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International Students Trustee Scholarship | Dominican University, USA

Dominican University of California is a private, not-for-profit, coeducational university located in San Rafael, California.

It was founded in 1890 as Dominican College by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. It is one of the oldest universities in California.

Students from all over the world who wish to study in USA through the 2017/18 Trustee Scholarship at Dominican University can apply before deadline. Only applications received from now till November 1, 2017 will be considered and processed for admission and acceptance.

Scholarship Award:

Scholarship Amount GPA Required to maintain scholarship
Trustee Scholarship $12,000 per year Minimum 3.50
Presidential Scholarship $10,000 per year 3.00 – 3.49
Deans Scholarship $8,000 per year 2.50 – 2.99

Further Instructions

  • The scholarship is open to international students
  • Official Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) scores is required.
  • English Language Requirement: All international applicants for whom English is not the native tongue must provide proof of competence in the English language.

Interested candidates are to visit the Dominican University undergraduate admission Application Page to apply. Admitted full-time undergraduate students are automatically considered for the following renewable scholarships. A separate application is not required.

Application Deadline: Ongoing

Scholarship for International Students (LL.M) 2018 | University of Miami, USA

About: The University of Miami is a private, nonsectarian research university in Coral Gables, Florida, United States.

Scholarship Description: The University of Miami is offering Scholarships for International Students to pursue LL.M. programme. Students who apply and are admitted to the LL.M. Program are automatically considered for these prestigious scholarships based on admission credentials, academic achievements and promise.

Degree Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing LL.M. programme.

Country of Study: USA

Available Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of law.

Scholarship Benefits:

Dean’s Merit Scholarships: University of Miami School of Law awards partial scholarships each year.

International Arbitration Institute Scholarship: The University of Miami School of Law’s International Arbitration Institute (IAI) awards one or more partial-tuition scholarships to outstanding candidates to attend the International Arbitration LL.M. Program.

White & Case/Carolyn B. Lamm Scholarship: The University of Miami School of Law and White & Case LLP award one full-tuition scholarship to an outstanding applicant to attend the White & Case International Arbitration LL.M. Program.

Eligibility:

Dean’s Merit Scholarships: The University of Miami School of Law awards partial scholarships each year to entering LL.M. students with excellent academic records and other outstanding qualifications for the post-graduate study of law. Dean’s Scholarships are available to LL.M. students and are awarded separately at the time of admission to an LL.M. program. No separate application is required for the Dean’s Scholarships; all admitted students are automatically considered for them.

International Arbitration Institute Scholarship: Students who apply and are admitted to the International Arbitration LL.M. Program are automatically considered for these prestigious scholarships based on admission credentials, academic achievements and promise.

White & Case/Carolyn B. Lamm Scholarship: No separate application is required for the White & Case/Carolyn B. Lamm Scholarship. Students who submit an online application and are admitted to the International Arbitration LL.M. Program are automatically considered for these prestigious scholarships based on admission credentials, academic achievements and promise.

Eligible Nationalities: International students are eligible to apply.

Application Procedure: No separate application is required; all admitted students are automatically considered for them.

Scholarship Link

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018.

Financial Aid International Scholarship | New York University NYU, USA

Management of the New York University, United States of America understands that Financial aid plays a critical role in many students’ decisions on which college or university they will choose and can consist of scholarships, loans, grants, and work study. The resources below will guide new students to apply for scholarships.

NYU strives to recognize both the academic strength and the financial need of each applicant when reviewing for scholarships. All undergraduate applicants to NYU are automatically considered for merit based aid with the on-time submission of the admissions application; however, it is important to note that only 1-2% of undergraduate scholarships are based solely on merit. A majority of the undergraduate scholarships at NYU are based on a combination of need and merit and require filing all financial aid applications by the university deadlines.

In order to award scholarships as equitably as possible, it is extremely important that you file your financial aid applications on time. Filing late will prevent you from being considered for a majority of scholarships at NYU and since the amount of scholarship a student receives in their first year is typically the amount they will continue to receive each year if they remain otherwise eligible, filing late can affect eligibility in future years.

If you find you are in need of additional financial aid, there are a few options to consider based on your circumstances.

  • If your financial situation (or your spouse’s or parents) has drastically changed since you filed the FAFSA, please review the Professional Judgment form located on our Applications and Forms menu. If you meet one of the criteria listed, you might be eligible to have your federal financial aid eligibility reviewed.
  • If you are a returning undergraduate student, consider appealing for additional scholarship through the online Appeal for Returning Undergraduate Students via Applications and Forms. This option is typically available in mid-November to be reviewed for the spring term and in mid-May to be considered for the following fall term.
  • Financial Aid for Graduate students is usually administered by the student’s respective graduate school. Students seeking additional funding through their school can contact their specific graduate school contacts to determine eligibility criteria.  Go to References and Resources and see the School Financial Aid Contacts in the right column.
  • Consider seeking outside scholarships. Typically if a student is awarded aid from an organization outside of NYU, the student’s NYU aid is not directly affected. For more details on how to apply please see Scholarships and Grants from Other Organizations.

To Apply: Check all openings at NYU Scholarship Website

Application Deadline: Ongoing

All African Presidential Scholars’ Program 2018/2019 | UMAPS

About the Award: The U-M African Presidential Scholars Program (UMAPS) brings early career faculty members from Ethiopia, Ghana, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Nigeria and other African countries to the University of Michigan for residencies lasting up to six months.

Faculty members of colleges and universities in all other African countries cannot apply directly to the UMAPS program without first being nominated and invited to apply by a U-M faculty member with whom s/he already has a pre-existing relationship. Only the stated countries can apply directly.

Scholars are paired with a faculty mentor during their stay and have full access to U-M’s resources to further their work on a research project, an academic degree, a new course, a grant proposal, or other relevant activity. The program supports the development of the next generation of African scholars and seeks to help their home institutions build capacity. Individuals may apply for a two-month, four-month, or six-month residency.

Offered annually? Yes

To be Taken at (Country): Ann Habor, Michigan, USA

Eligible Countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Nigeria and other African countries

Eligibility: The Candidate must be a faculty member from universities in Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, Liberia and South Africa. Since a primary goal of the program is to assist in capacity building in African academe, strong preference will be given to early career members of the faculty. Mid-career faculty will also be considered.

  • Be an educator in the higher education system for less than ten years, presently teaching in a college or university in Africa
  • Be able to demonstrate support from home institution with letter of recommendation from head of department, dean, or vice chancellor
  • Be able to remain in residence from four to six months

Selection Criteria: A multidisciplinary faculty committee at the University of Michigan will review and select candidates. Selection will be based on the following:

  • academic quality of the candidate and of the proposed program of scholarship;
  • the academic fit of the candidate with others selected in the cycle-and with the areas of interest described above;
  • and the support of the candidate’s home institution.
  • Strong emphasis will be given to candidates from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Promotion of gender equity in the current class of scholars and in the African academy will also be given strong consideration.

Candidates who already have significant international experience will not be favored for this program.

Number of Scholarships: Not specified

Value of Scholarship: Those admitted to the UMAPS Program will receive:

  • Four to six months residency at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, paired with a faculty mentor with full access to the university’s resources
  • Round-trip airfare from their home country to Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Free housing, and a modest stipend to cover living, health care, and research costs while at U-M. The UMAPS program is unable to accommodate spouses and/or dependents 
  • Office/Laboratory space
  • Opportunity to present research to the U-M community

Duration of Scholarship: Eligible scholars may apply to visit U-M for a semester (four months) or for a half year (six months) beginning in Late August 2018 -Early February 2019

How to Apply

All candidates must:

  • Complete the online application form
  • Submit a curriculum vitae
  • Submit a scholarly program/research proposal (not to exceed five pages) (See link in scholarship Webpage)
    Applications from a wide range of disciplines and schools are welcome; applications that align with the center’s initiatives—African Heritage, African Social Research, and STEM-Africa—are encouraged
  • Provide a complete name and contact information of the department head, dean, or vice chancellor at the applicant’s home institution who will be writing their letter of support (See link in scholarship Webpage)

Visit scholarship webpage for details

Important to Note: Only applications submitted through the online system will be considered. ASC does not accept electronic (PDF) or hard copy submissions of the application

Application Deadline: 15th October, 2017.

Scholarships for International Students, 2017 | Lesley University, USA

The Lesley University is offering Lesley Merit Scholarships for first-year international students. Scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate programme.

Lesley University, USA

The Lesley University is a private, coeducational university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It offers education, expressive therapies, creative writing, counselling, and fine arts programs.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing the undergraduate programme.

Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.

Scholarship Award:

Presidential Scholarship: $10,500/year
Dean’s Scholarship: $9,500/year
Lesley Scholarship: $8,500/year

Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Eligibility:

Presidential Scholarship
Minimum Criteria
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Programs: GPA 3.5
College of Art & Design Programs: GPA 3.5 and Strong portfolio
For both schools, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to renew the scholarship.

Dean’s Scholarship
Minimum Criteria
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Programs: GPA 3.0
College of Art & Design Programs: GPA 3.0 and Strong portfolio
For both schools, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to renew the scholarship.

Lesley Scholarship
Minimum Criteria
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Programs: GPA 2.7
College of Art & Design Programs: GPA 2.7 and Strong portfolio

Nationality: International students can apply for these scholarships.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have previous degree.

Test Requirement: International students, and students applying for a program within our College of Art and Design, do not need to submit SAT or ACT test results. For these students, these tests are optional.

English Language Requirement: All international applicants for whom English is not the native tongue must provide proof of competence in the English language.

How to Apply

Create a profile, write your college essay, and list your education and activities in the Common Application’s online form. Use the Common Application to send us your letters of recommendation and transcripts.

Application Form

Official Scholarship Website

Application Deadline: Ongoing Application for Spring 2018 and Fall 2018 applicants

Do you need a Student Travel Visa? How To Get a USA F-1 Student Travel Visa | 5 Simple Steps

Edungn.com regularly publish admission/scholarship offers to study in various developed countries including the United States of America (USA). It is however a must that any International candidate offered admission into a USA University of College will have to process a student type of visa known as F-1 Visa. The information below will guide you.

There are five successive steps involved in getting a study visa to enter any state of the USA, whether or not your program is self-funded or on scholarships. You will need to follow this process flow, which starts from getting admission into a public higher institution – University, College and/or other institutions.

  1. Get Admission into a USA School: Before you can apply for your F-1 student visa for the USA, you must apply to and be accepted by a school approved by the SEVP.
  2. Pay your SEVIS Fee and Receive your I-20: Once you’re accepted, you will be required to pay the SEVIS I-901 Fee in order to be enrolled in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). Then, your school will provide you with a Form I-20. This form will be presented to the consular officer when you attend your F-1 visa interview. If your spouse and/or children plan to reside in the USA with you while you study, they will be required to have individual Form I-20s, but they will not need to be enrolled in the SEVIS.
  3. Complete the Visa Application: Applying for the F-1 student visa may vary depending on the U.S. embassy or consulate you are dealing with. You will be required to pay a non-refundable visa application fee. There is an online visa application available, which allows you to complete and print the Form DS-160 to take to your F-1 visa interview.
  4. Schedule and Prepare for your Interview: You can schedule your F-1 visa interview with the U.S. embassy or consulate. Wait times for interview appointments vary by location, season, and visa category, so you should apply for your visa early. An F-1 student visa for the USA can be issued up to 120 days in advance of your course of study start date. You will only be able to enter the US with an F-1 visa 30 days before your start date.The following documents are required for your F-1 visa interview:
    • A Valid Passport
    • The Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-160
    • The Application Fee Payment Receipt
    • A Passport Photo
    • A Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status (Form 1-20)
    Additional documents may be requested to prove your eligibility for the F-1 student visa, including Academic Transcripts, Diplomas, Degrees, or Certificates. Test scores such as the TOEFL, SAT, GRE, or GMAT may also be requested, as well as proof of your intent to depart the U.S. after your program is complete and proof of your financial stability.
  5. Attend your F-1 Visa Interview: Your F-1 visa interview will determine whether you are qualified to receive an F-1 student visa for the USA. Assuming that you have prepared the appropriate documents and meet all of the F-1 visa requirements, your visa will be approved at the discretion of the consular officer.You may be required to pay a visa issuance fee. Digital fingerprint scans will be taken for records. Your passport will be taken so that you can get your visa and you will be informed when you can get it back, either by pick-up or in the mail.

President Donald J.Trump Approves US Embassy Scholarship For International Students – 3rd Class and Above

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, yesterday approved the US Embassy Scholarship for International students, knowing the fact that there are many determined and talented, low-income students around the world, who only require financial resources and access to information to better their educational future. For some years now, the United States Embassy, US seeks to identify academically qualified and highly motivated, low-income students around the world to join the Education in USA.

The United States Embassy is encouraging young leaders to apply for the 2018 US Embassy Scholarship, which opened from October 3 to November 10, 2017.

A statement issued by the Public Affairs Unit of the U.S Embassy on Thursday, said the application for the Scholarship would close at exactly on Friday, November 10, 2017.

The mission is to assist talented and determined, low-income students who are good candidates for financial assistance from U.S. colleges and universities but lack the financial resources to cover the up-front cost of obtaining admission.

The US Embassy will work closely through their representatives with students regularly scheduled meetings and seminars to assist them throughout the application process to secure admission and scholarships to attend colleges and universities in the United States. The cost for application process is sponsored, including registration fees for required standardized examinations and provides free membership to the U.S. Education.

Benefits

  • The University Composition Fee at the appropriate rate*
  • A maintenance allowance for a single student ($14,900 for 12 months at the 2017-18 rate; pro rata for courses shorter than 12 months)
  • One economy single airfare at both the beginning and end of the course
  • Inbound visa costs & the cost of the Immigration Health Surcharge

About the scholarship

  • Academic development funding – from $500 to $2,000, dependent on the length of your course, to attend conferences and courses.
  • Family allowance – up to $10,120 for a first child and up to $4,320 for a second child (2016-17 rate). No funding is provided for a partner.
  • Fieldwork – you may apply to keep up to your normal maintenance allowance while on fieldwork as part of your Ph.D. (the Trust does not fund other field work costs as these should be funded by the University Composition Fee).
  • Hardship funding – for unforeseen difficulties
  • Maternity/Paternity funding – should you require it, you may apply to intermit your studies for up to 6 months and continue to receive your maintenance allowance during this time
  • Some fourth year funding for Ph.D. Scholars may be provided

Eligibility

  • A citizen of any country outside the United States
  • Applying to pursue one of the following full-time residential courses of study:
  • Ph.D. (three-year research-only degree)
  • MSc or MLitt (two-year research-only degree)
  • One year postgraduate course (e.g. MPhil, LLM, MASt, Diploma, MBA etc.)

Eligible Regions: Open for all (except citizens of United States)

Undergraduate Applicants:

  • Attach a copy of your WAEC “O” Level results (from WAEC website), if applicable or available.
  • Request a complete a letter of recommendation form from your School authority, attesting to your character, talent and skills. Please do not include a basic testimonial that does not talk about you as an individual, if available.
  • Send a scanned copy of your transcript from JS1 to SS3 including your mock and first term results, if possible or available.

Graduate Applicants:

  • Attach a copy of your Final year results and degree results (if available)
  • Provide the details of a lecturer, professor, or Head of Department (HOD) that we can contact to find out more about you.
  • Send a scanned copy of your transcripts that shows your GPA
Application Deadline: November 10th, 2017.

How to Apply

Apply online through the application website

Note: Please send all documents to the mail provided with proper titles e.g. “Adele King Transcript”

World Bank Group Africa Fellowship Program, 2018 | African Graduates

The Africa Region of the World Bank Group (WBG) is announcing the third Africa Fellowship Program for Ph.D. students and recent graduates who are Sub-Saharan nationals. The program intends to attract young African talent to the World Bank Group workplace.

About: Fellows will spend a minimum of six months at the World Bank offices in Washington, D.C. or in field offices, getting hands-on experience in development work. This includes knowledge generation and dissemination, design of global and country policies, and the building of institutions to achieve inclusive growth in developing countries. While benefiting from research and innovation in multiple sectors, fellows will also work on research, economic policy, technical assistance, and lending operations that contribute to the World Bank goal of eliminating poverty and increasing shared prosperity.

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: Sub-Saharan African countries

To be taken at (country): World Bank offices in Washington, D.C. or in a Sub-Saharan country

Eligible Fields: Sub-Saharan nationals who are recent Ph.D. graduates, or current doctoral students within a year of completing or graduating from a Ph.D. program in the following fields: economics, applied statistics and econometrics, impact evaluation, education, health, energy, agriculture, infrastructure, demography, forced displacement, and all relevant development fields.

Fellows will be expected to complete a research project or prepare a research paper to present to staff. High-standard papers may be published internally.

Type: PhD, Fellowship

Eligibility: Candidate must:

  • Be a recent graduate or be enrolled in an academic institution and returning to university after the fellowship
  • Be 32 years of age or below
  • Have an excellent command of English, both written and verbal
  • Possess strong quantitative and analytical skills

Selection Criteria: The following additional attributes are highly desirable:

  • a command of an additional World Bank official language
  • national from fragile and conflict-affected countries
  • candidates from refugee and internally displaced communities and/or with proven experience on forced displacement

After submitting an application online, the most promising candidates will be identified, and their application packages forwarded to World Bank Africa Region managers and participating departments for consideration. Departments and managers will then indicate their preferences, as well as the project to be undertaken.

Selected candidates will then be notified and, upon acceptance, will be hired as short-term consultants for a minimum of six months.

Value of Fellowship: Fellows will receive consultant fees, round-trip economy class air travel to Washington, D.C. or a WBG country office from their university, and worker’s compensation insurance.

Duration of Fellowship: Fellows will spend a minimum of six months.

How to Apply: Apply for the Africa Fellowship Program now

Visit Fellowship Webpage for details

Award Provider: World Bank Group

Application Deadline: 15th November, 2017.

Scholarship in USA: Pace University Merit-Based Scholarship for International Students, 2017/2018

Scholarship Description: Pace University is offering merit-based scholarships to international students. Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate programme

Country of Study: United States of America

Degree Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate programme.

Available  Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.

Application Deadline: 1st November, 2017.

Eligibility Criteria: Pace University offers a substantial amount of merit and needs based scholarships and grants. University-sponsored scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit, service to the community and financial need. To be eligible, students must be admitted as matriculated students in a degree program.

Eligible Nationality: International students can apply for these scholarships.

Application Procedure: Students do not need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for merit scholarships. There are, however, additional forms and information required for international students in order to be considered for study at Pace University. All of your application’s supporting documents must be sent directly to Pace University.

Required Documents:
  • Application & Fee
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • A written essay/personal statement
  • Course descriptions or syllabus (in English) from each post-secondary school attended (transfer applicants only).
  • Official test scores and other educational materials must be sent directly from the testing authority or institution.
  • Official transcripts, diplomas, and leaving examination scores from secondary and post-secondary schools (in English).

Download Application Form

Scholarship Portal

Application Deadline: 1st November, 2017.

University of Tulsa USA Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students, 2018

The University of Tulsa is offering International Leadership Scholarship to well-qualified international applicants. The initial award is for one year and is renewable as long as the student maintains full-time enrollment and a 2.5 cumulative GPA at The University of Tulsa.

The University of Tulsa is a private, independent, doctoral-degree-granting institution whose mission reflects these core values: excellence in scholarship, dedication to free inquiry, integrity of character, and commitment to humanity.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate programme.

Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.

Scholarship Award: Award values vary from $4,000 to $14,000 USD.

Scholarship can be taken in the USA

Eligibility: The initial award is for one year and is renewable as long as the student maintains full-time enrollment and a 2.5 cumulative GPA at The University of Tulsa. Eligible students may renew up to three times for a total of four years of study. Early applicants are considered favourably.

Nationality: International students can apply for these scholarships.

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirement: Applicants must have high school degree.

Test Requirement: Each school has different requirements for standardized testing. Most schools require the SAT or ACT, and many also require SAT subject tests.

English Language Requirement: The University of Tulsa accepts a variety of options for demonstrating English proficiency. Non-native English speakers must meet one of the standards listed below or provide evidence of language competency.

  • IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge English preferred scores (scores must be less than two years old)
  • TOEFL iBT 70 or higher with certain minimum sub-scores ranging from 15-18 (original scores must be sent directly from the testing organization; our institution code is 6883 to request TOEFL scores from ETS)
  • IELTS 6.0 overall or higher with subscores of 6.0 in Reading, Listening and Speaking, and 5.5 in Writing
  • A Cambridge English score of 176 with no individual score below 169
  • Paper-based TOEFL 525 or above with a minimum of 50 on all sub-scores (only a TU institutional TOEFL score will be accepted)

How to Apply

No additional scholarship application is needed and all qualified applicants are automatically considered.

Application Process
Option 1: Complete The University of Tulsa Online Application
Option 2: Complete and submit The Common Application at commonapp.org (opens August 1)
Option 3: Download The University of Tulsa Application pdf

Application Requirements

  • Application for admission
  • Official high school transcript – If you have a GED, you must submit an official record of your scores (not the diploma) and a final high school transcript from the last date attended.
  • SAT or ACT results (the writing component is not required); Superstore will be used for admission and scholarship decisions. TU will accept scores from both the current SAT and the redesigned SAT.
  • School Report Form (Common App or TU School Report Form)
  • Materials can be mailed to The University of Tulsa Office of Admission, 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
  • A personal interview with an admission counsellor and a high school counsellor recommendation are strongly suggested.
  • Home school students should refer to the Home School Checklist for additional requirements.
  • Students that are Permanent Residents with Greencards must have their status documented. Please complete the PRA Verification Form and follow the directions provided.
  • Students who are 25 years of age or older are not required to submit an ACT or SAT score. However, the admission committee reserves the right to request additional testing if deemed necessary to the review process.

Visit the Official Scholarship Website for more details

Application Deadline: 11th November, 2017.

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