Scholarships and Fellowships
- UG: Partial Tuition Scholarships Available at Berkeley College
- UG & Grad: Scholarships and Assistantships for International Students at Georgia College
- Postdoc: Edmond J. Safra Lab Fellowship to Study Causes & Consequences of Institutional Corruption
News you can use
- TS College Tours Offers Exclusive Service to International Students
- Chapman University Offers High School Student Workshop in Experimental Economics
- Upcoming ACT Registration Deadline: March 4, 2011
- Babson College Offers High School Summer Programs in Entrepreneurial and Social Ventures
PARTIAL TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE AT BERKELEY COLLEGE
Berkeley College is offering partial tuition scholarships between 10-25% to undergraduate international students. Upon application to Berkeley College, International Student Scholarship Applications are also reviewed for study at the school to pursue a full-time degree program. Selection is based on merit and financial need.
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and TOEFL score of 173 CBT. Students will continue to receive the scholarship throughout their study as long as they maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Further information can be found online at: www.berkeleycollege.edu
SCHOLARSHIPS AND ASSISTANTSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT GEORGIA COLLEGE
Georgia College is proud to announce approximately 15 International Student Scholarships for the Fall 2011 semester. Each of these awards is approximate $17,500 - $18,000 yearly at the undergraduate level. Georgia College also offers International Graduate Assistantships which can significantly reduce the cost of tuition while studying in the United States. The international admission and scholarship application deadline for the Fall 2011 semester is April 1st, 2011.
Further information can be found online at: http://www.gcsu.edu/academics/majorsandminors.htm
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TS COLLEGE TOURS OFFERS EXCLUSIVE SERVICE TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
TS College Tours offers a unique service in that it is exclusively for international students and are led by highly experienced counselors. They offer evening seminars on various admissions topics during the tours for no additional charge, a chance to have conversations with current international students at many colleges, and a chance for students to experience a wide range of college options.
They are currently offering tours of Canada, the Northeast, and California. Please do note that if you are interested, the Northeast Tour is filling up fast!
Learn More: www.tscollegetours.com
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY OFFERS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WORKSHOP IN EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS
The Vernon L. Smith High School Workshop in Experimental Economics July 25-20, 2011 and August 1-5, 2011 The workshops are designed to introduce high school students to the study of economics using laboratory methods.
Experimental economics is a particular focus in the Chapman University Economic Science Institute (ESI) and the research encompasses the fields of accounting, economics, finance, information systems, engineering, psychology, neuroscience, computer science and philosophy.
For more information on application procedures, deadlines and program details visit: http://www.chapman.edu/esi/workshops