Center College is a committed university that continues its focus on developing and enhancing the achievement of its students. It provides life-changing professional development to its students through apprenticeships that enhance their skills and interpersonal relationships while providing them with important professional learning experiences.
For the past 50 years, Center College has been home to both active Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa chapters, and has been responsible for producing more than 70% of Kentucky’s Rhodes Scholars over the past 50 years. The college regularly graduates Fulbright, Goldwater, Rotary, and other major scholarship winners.
Center College offers a large number of programs in the arts, requiring a broad academic program and core field of study.
About the scholarship:
- Host university: Center College;
- Host country: United States of America;
- Level of study: Graduate, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Scholarship Type: Partial financing
- Scholarship Worth: $3,000 – $5,000;
- Eligible countries: National and international students;
- Available topics: All topics;
- Registration deadline: February 1street2024.
The International Language Scholarship Awards are open to national, international, graduate, undergraduate and postgraduate students in all fields at Center College, USA.
Scholarship Benefits: Center College will provide a scholarship of $3,000 – $5,000 annually to all successful students.
- At the centre, candidates are required to complete two courses in the language of their choice and achieve a grade point average of at least 3.0 in each course;
- The program requires applicants to successfully complete two courses in a second international language or one course in a second international language plus Linguistics 210, and obtain a grade point average of at least 3.0 in each of these courses;
- Candidates must be studying abroad.
All successful candidates must submit an application to Center College through the Common Application which will be sent at the end of the application page.
- Applicants for a scholarship in French, German and Spanish are required to submit an abstract in the primary language. Japanese, Latin, or Mandarin scholarship candidates are permitted to write their essays in English and must state, in particular, “When you became interested in this language, which of the following did you learn?” What do you like most about the language abilities you have acquired? How do you think your study of language and culture will enhance your future? (500 words maximum);
- recommendation Letter
- Financial certificate;
- assessment teacher;
- High school report.
- academic records;
- High school records.
Any interested student can suggest an ACT or SAT test, and test results can be reported by the appropriate department.
The center requires candidates to demonstrate proficiency in French, German, Latin, Mandarin, or Spanish, or to be willing to study Arabic. Each international Center participant who does not speak English as a first language will be required to submit official scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test (DET). The minimum position requirement for TOEFL is 90, IELTS 7.0, and DET is 115.
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