Financial aid for international students at US colleges and universities
LA ROCHE COLLEGE MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS
A private, Catholic, co-educational college in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, La Roche is listed as a top 25 U.S. baccalaureate college hosting international students in the latest Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education.
The College integrates liberal arts and professional education in creative ways, empowering all members of our international community to become lifelong learners, achieve success in their chosen careers and promote justice and peace in a constantly changing global society.
International students accepted into an academic program are eligible to receive a merit-based scholarship ranging from $5,500 to $11,000 per year. The scholarship amount is based on the student’s academic achievement, and it can be renewed for up to five years. Students only need to submit an admission application—no separate scholarship application is necessary.
For more information, please visit: www.laroche.edu/international.
WARTBURG COLLEGE LORET RUPPE SCHOLARSHIPS
Wartburg College helps students discover and claim their callings—connecting their learning with faith and values, their understanding of themselves and their gifts, their perspective on life and the future, and the opportunities for participating in church, community, and the larger society in purposeful and meaningful ways.
Upon meeting admission requirements, international students may be awarded scholarships ranging from $1,000 up to $24,000.
To qualify, students must have a TOEFL score of at least 480, except as authorized by the Associate Director for International Admissions. Awards are based upon scholastic achievement, participation in co-curricular activities such as music, sports, or drama, community service, and financial need.
Scholarships are renewable each academic year if students maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Students are expected to complete their degree within four nine-month academic terms. Transfer students will have credits from other institutions, thereby reducing the time it takes to complete their degree.
Scholarships will not be awarded beyond the time required for degree completion. Students are expected to reside on campus to maintain full eligibility for their scholarship.
For more information, please visit: www.wartburg.edu/intlprog.
GEORGIA COLLEGE ASSISTANTSHIPS
Georgia College is offering 15 International Graduate Assistantships in the amount of $13,000 USD for the Fall 2013 semester. The college is looking to make awards for its new 15-month intensive MBA. Similar awards are available for undergraduate programs.
These assistantships waive the out-of-state fees, and are awarded to new incoming students on the basis of demonstrated academic ability, evidence of extracurricular involvement and financial need.
International Graduate Assistants are required to work 10 hours per week while school is in session.
To be considered for the IGA, applicants must have on file a completed application for admission and completed IGA application by the stated deadline. Applications for the International Graduate Assistantship are included in the International Student Graduate Application for Admission form.
For more information, please visit: www.gcsu.edu/international/tuition.
UC IRVINE PAUL MERAGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FELLOWSHIPS
The Merage School prepares students to become the kind of leader tomorrow’s businesses demand. Our curriculum is rigorous for good reason.
The Merage School challenges you to analyze real-world business problems, act decisively in demanding situations and innovate, collaborate and grow – both in the classroom and throughout your career.
All international and U.S. applicants are automatically considered for merit-based fellowships and are informed of any award upon admission.
Criteria for fellowships include academic record (GPA), GMAT, work experience and leadership.
For more information, please visit: http://merage.uci.edu/FullTimeMBA.
SIT GRADUATE INSTITUTE MERIT-AND-NEED BASED SCHOLARSHIPS
SIT Graduate Institute prepares students to be interculturally effective leaders, professionals, and citizens. In so doing, SIT fosters a worldwide network of individuals and organizations committed to responsible global citizenship. SIT is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
SIT offers gift aid averaging between $2,500 and $11,500 for international students, based on need and merit. Several competitive SIT scholarships have also been established to recognize students who reflect the SIT mission through their professional and personal lives.
No additional application is required to be considered for SIT gift aid and competitive scholarships.
For more information, please visit: www.sit.edu/graduate/intl_finaid.
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