I'm applying for a PhD scholarship and am not sure if I should list myself as being single or in a relationship. I would love to be able to bring my bf with me when I go overseas but I don't want to damage my chances of getting the scholarship. Has anyone heard of single candidates being more attractive to scholarship committees than those in a relationship? Or does it really make no difference? This is for a Commonwealth scholarship if that makes any difference.
I haven't seen "in a relationship" being listed as one of the options for status - it's usually only single, married, divorced
If you are not married yet you haven't become a double so you are single :-)
Oh yes - status does not affect your chances for scholarship application
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