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WIU is excited to offer the new International Merit Ambassador's Scholarship to eligible international students! Effective spring 2014, this scholarship recognizes international students enrolled full time at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Applies to newly admitted students who are non-sponsored.
Announcing a new graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of San Francisco: the MA in Museum Studies.
Pittsburg State University's College of Technology will host the International Mini-MST Certificate Program which is an introduction to Master of Science in Technology. The Mini-MST Program will be held this summer on July 14-25, 2014.
Monmouth College's Food Security program is the first multidisciplinary academic venture to emerge from the college's innovative Triads for Excellence initiative, under which teams of faculty members from different disciplines teach, conduct research and raise awareness about an important topical issue of international interest.
We are excited to introduce a master's degree in Geographic Information Sciences, a unique program degree taught by distinguished faculty from geography, biology, political science, economics and business.
This program integrates training in core economics, rigorous quantitative methods and policy analysis. It prepares students for a career in industry, the financial sector, government or international organizations. The program also provides the necessary knowledge and the analytical skills to the students wishing to pursue a Ph.D. degree in related areas.
Winners of the Johnson Scholarship receive awards of at least tuition, room and board to attend Washington and Lee University. Students with financial need higher than this amount will have any additional need met by the scholarship. Every year Johnson Scholarships are awarded to approximately ten percent of the incoming class.
Merit scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate excellence in their academics and extracurricular activities. All international students who complete the Application for Admission are automatically considered for merit scholarships. Freshmen scholarships range from $3,000 to $15,500 per year and are guaranteed for four years (as long as the student enters as a freshman and maintains good academic standing). Transfer scholarships range from $10,500 to $13,500 per year and are guaranteed for two years (as long as the student maintains good academic standing).
The International Student Merit Scholarship is available to all F1 and M1 students including degree seeking and language program students who meet the following requirements:
East Tennessee State University (ETSU) offers the International Students Academic Merit Scholarship for new international students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The scholarship covers 50% of tuition.
Applicants who are judged to be exceptionally well-qualified for graduate study based upon their comprehensive academic credentials, including professional promise and past academic excellence are considered for these merit-based fellowships. Each program's faculty review committee selects the recipients, and awards range from $5,000 per semester to full tuition. Please note that fellowships will not be awarded in excess of tuition costs.
EducationUSA, the U.S. Department of State supported advising network, will again be participating in College Writing 2.2x. This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) offered by Berkeley X (University of California - Berkeley) is the second part of the academic writing course.
Students looking for the right education opportunities in California can now utilize a new online website, http://www.studycalifornia.us/.
Study California is member based a 501 (c )(3) Public Benefit Corporation formed to serve appropriately accredited schools in California, with the goal of attracting talented international students to diverse educational programs offered by California's institutions of higher education and English language programs.
What is better than an undergraduate degree in Engineering from a U.S. university? Degrees from two respected U.S. universities. With the Whitworth Dual Degree program, students can begin an engineering education while leaving open their choices of a final engineering school and specialty. Upon successfully completing the Whitworth pre-engineering curriculum with a minimum 3.0 GPA, students are assured enrollment in one of the partner engineering schools: Columbia University, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Southern California, Washington State University, and Seattle Pacific University.
Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) has earned initial accreditation of its business and information technology degree programs by the longest-serving global accrediting body for business and accounting programs.
Construction is underway at the University of Kansas School of Business for a $65.7 million building project. The new building, a six-story, 166,000-square-foot structure, will be the largest academic facility ever erected at KU entirely through private support.
South Dakota State University welcomed 65 new international students to campus this spring. Starting January 6, students participated in a three-day Orientation event, featuring sessions to help prepare for life at SDSU and in the United States. Topics included language support, money and banking, immigration, and a round-table discussion on American culture.