- Host university: Auburn University in Montgomery;
- Host country: United States of America;
- Scholarship Type: Partial financing;
- Level of study: Postgraduate level.
- Scholarship Worth: $10,000;
- Available topics: All topics;
- Eligible countries: international students;
- Registration deadline: July 15, 2024.
Auburn University in Montgomery offers more than 90 courses including bachelor’s, master’s, specialist, and doctoral programs. Auburn University at Montgomery was recognized by US News & World Report and the Princeton Review for outstanding achievement in academic programs in 2018. Furthermore, US News listed Auburn University as 22nd among the largest regional universities in the South for high quality of teaching in the university. University level and the 38th largest public university in the South.
Auburn University in Montgomery has a wide range of educational programs and welcomes more than 10,000 students each year. The learning programs consist of diploma programs, corporate education, community education, computer training, languages including English as a first or second language, online training, and youth programs.
About the scholarship:
The International Graduate Scholarship is now available to international graduate students in all fields taught at Auburn University in Montgomery, USA.
The university supports international students in achieving more goals for the future. They can learn and gain valuable practical skills and knowledge from experienced, award-winning professors who often add industry experience to their academic expertise.
Auburn University at Montgomery contributes a scholarship value of up to $10,000 to the winning applicants.
In order to be successful in obtaining the scholarship, applicants must obtain a bachelor’s diploma from a reputed university.
In order to benefit from this program, candidates must complete an application for admission to the graduate program at the university. They must then submit an online application form to be considered for a scholarship.
To be accepted, candidates must complete all university admission requirements (see official website below).
Supporting documents required:
- A certified high school academic transcript must be sent by mail or email from the high school to AUM and a certified transcript in English if it is a student record;
- Bank records and/or a letter from the sponsor in English, and bank statements must include at least $28,625 in available funds and proof of English language proficiency, unless the student is dismissed;
Students should be able to access:
- TOEFL IBT: minimum 61 points;
- IELTS: minimum 5.5 points;
- PTE test: minimum 44 points;
- TOEFL PBT: minimum 500 points.
- For more information about the English proficiency test requirements, please see the English proficiency test requirements on the official website.
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