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[[Image:Scholarship.jpg|thumb|right|290px|Scholarships]]
 
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With ''[[The Sims 2: University]]'', players are enabled to send [[Teen]] [[Sim]]s to [[College]], where they continue their lives as [[Young Adult]]s. In order to have a Sim from a family to go to college, they must be in the teenager life stage. Once there, they may go to college any time they wish by using a telephone. Before that, the Sim should apply for scholarships, also via a phone. Scholarships are handed out based on different criteria, such as good grades or a high Body skill. Working on any job skill will help in college and the workforce anyway, so don't let your teens get complacent. If your Sim is particularly talented in one or more skills or has some extraordinary attribute he or she can get a scholarship, which means an exact amount of [[Simoleon]]s. All teenagers start with 500 simoleons when going to college and scholarships increase that amount. However, graduated Sims cannot retain the Simoleons they have earned during their college years, except by converting it to items in their inventory.
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With ''[[The Sims 2: University]]'', players can send [[Teen]] [[Sim]]s to [[College]], where they continue their lives as [[Young Adult]]s. Playable teens may go to college at any time by using a telephone or computer, or the player may send them by using the "Send Sims to College" button on the neighborhood screen. Before that, the Sim should apply for scholarships, which is also done via a phone or computer. Scholarships are handed out based on different criteria, such as good grades or a high Body skill. Working on any skill will help in college and the workforce anyway, and getting a particular scholarship, or any scholarship, is often a [[want]]. All teenagers start with 500 simoleons when going to college and scholarships increase that amount. However, graduated Sims cannot retain the Simoleons they have earned during their college years, except by converting it to items in their inventory.
   
 
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|'''Undead Educational Scholarship'''
 
|'''Undead Educational Scholarship'''
|Teen sims gain a scholarship for being a [[Zombie]] (or [[Vampire]] as it will think you are a [[Zombie]])
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|Teen Sims gain a scholarship for being a [[Zombie]] (or [[Vampire]] as it will think you are a [[Zombie]])
 
|§1500
 
|§1500
 
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|'''Orphaned Sims Assistance Fund'''
 
|'''Orphaned Sims Assistance Fund'''
|This scholarship requires no living parents
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|This scholarship is for teens with no living parents
 
|§1500
 
|§1500
 
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|'''Extraterrestrial Reparation Grant'''
 
|'''Extraterrestrial Reparation Grant'''
|Abducted by [[Aliens]]
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|The teen has been abducted by [[Aliens]]
 
|§1500
 
|§1500
 
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== Hard scholarships ==
 
== Hard scholarships ==
   
There are some scholarships which are hard to get like the Billiard Prize and the Footwork Award.
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There are some scholarships which are hard to get, such as like the Billiard Prize and the Footwork Award.
   
But you can get the Footwork Award by standing in front of the stereo and dancing until you get the "Bust A Move" option. If you choose this option you will get the award.
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A Sim can get the Footwork Award by standing in front of the stereo and dancing until the "Bust A Move" option becomes available. If you choose this option you will get the award.
   
However, the Billiard Prize is not that easy. You will have to continue playing pool many times before you get the award.
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However, the Billiard Prize is not that easy. A Sim will have to play pool many times before qualifying for the award.
 
[[Category: University]]
 
[[Category: University]]

Revision as of 03:37, December 28, 2009

Scholarship

Scholarships

With The Sims 2: University, players can send Teen Sims to College, where they continue their lives as Young Adults. Playable teens may go to college at any time by using a telephone or computer, or the player may send them by using the "Send Sims to College" button on the neighborhood screen. Before that, the Sim should apply for scholarships, which is also done via a phone or computer. Scholarships are handed out based on different criteria, such as good grades or a high Body skill. Working on any skill will help in college and the workforce anyway, and getting a particular scholarship, or any scholarship, is often a want. All teenagers start with 500 simoleons when going to college and scholarships increase that amount. However, graduated Sims cannot retain the Simoleons they have earned during their college years, except by converting it to items in their inventory.

Scholarships

Name Requirements Award
Hogan Award for Athletics 8 or more Body points §750
Bain-Gordon Communication Fellowship 8 or more Charisma points §750
Kim Metro Prize for Hygienics 8 or more Cleaning points §750
London Culinary Arts Scholarship 8 or more Cooking points §750
Will Wright Genius Grant 8 or more Logic points §750
Bui Engineering Award 8 or more Mechanical points §750
Quigley Visual Arts Grant 8 or more Creativity points §750
Young Entrepreneurs Award Teen job level 3 §750
SimCity Scholar's Grant A- or better at School §1000
Phelps-Wilsonoff Billiards Prize High pool skill §1000
Tsang Footwork Award High dancing skill §1000
Undead Educational Scholarship Teen Sims gain a scholarship for being a Zombie (or Vampire as it will think you are a Zombie) §1500
Orphaned Sims Assistance Fund This scholarship is for teens with no living parents §1500
Extraterrestrial Reparation Grant The teen has been abducted by Aliens §1500

Hard scholarships

There are some scholarships which are hard to get, such as like the Billiard Prize and the Footwork Award.

A Sim can get the Footwork Award by standing in front of the stereo and dancing until the "Bust A Move" option becomes available. If you choose this option you will get the award.

However, the Billiard Prize is not that easy. A Sim will have to play pool many times before qualifying for the award.

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