USA – Schollarship Information #303


Monmouth College is a private, selective, residential college, offering majors in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, as well as outstanding academic advising, small, seminar-style classes, varied internship and study abroad opportunities, and summer research experiences to thoughtful, intellectually engaged and ambitious students from across the United States and around the world.

Monmouth College has a longstanding tradition of welcoming students from every part of the world. We know that international diversity within our student body benefits all students, inside the classroom and beyond. International Merit Scholarships are awarded to admitted international applicants who demonstrate strong scholastic abilities and potential. Award amounts vary, with a maximum of $15,000, and may be renewed for three additional years of study. An applicant does not need to demonstrate financial need to be eligible. In addition, Monmouth College does not charge an application fee.
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Whitworth, founded in 1890, is a private, Christian-affiliated university that welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds and celebrates the richness that this diversity brings to the campus community. Whitworth is committed to supporting talented international students with both merit and institutional need-based aid opportunities.

The Mind and Heart ($20,000) Presidential ($17,500), Trustee ($15,000), and Whitworth ($12,500) Scholarships are available to qualifying first-year international students. Transfer scholarships ranging between $6,000 and $13,000 are also available. Whitworth offers aid up to 60 percent of the cost of tuition for qualifying international students.
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Montana State University is a mid-sized (14,660 students) university offering all the advantages of a much larger institution, with the friendly community of a smaller campus. MSU is especially known for quality programs in the fields of agriculture, architecture (NAAB), business (AACSB), computer science (CSAB), engineering (ABET), film production, nursing (CCNE), and the sciences.

Montana State University offers scholarships based on ACT or SAT scores to non-resident freshmen who apply for Fall Semester. The MSU Achievement Awards range between US$2,000 and US$12,500 per year and are renewable for four years with maintenance of a 3.0 / 4.0 grade point average. Applicants who send their official ACT or SAT scores will automatically qualify for a scholarship if their score meets the minimum score of 1560 (SAT) or 23 (ACT).

All international undergraduate applicants (freshman and transfer applicants) will automatically be considered for this new student scholarship valued up to US$3,500 and based on the previous academic record.
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The University of Michigan, founded in 1817, celebrates a long and distinguished history. It was in 1787 that the Northwest Territorial Ordinance provided public land for this and other Midwestern universities and established a tradition of respect for excellence in higher education.

The University of Michigan Law School is pleased to announce that Michigan Grotius Fellowships are available for LL.M. and SJD applicants with superior academic and professional achievement in any area of law. Grotius Fellows are free to pursue their chosen program of graduate legal study and are not subject to any additional academic requirements. In a typical year, between 30 and 40 percent of graduate students attending the University of Michigan Law School have been selected as Grotius Fellows.
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