Western Illinois University is a public, coeducational institution of higher learning located in Macomb, Illinois, United States.
Western Illinois University is committed to the foundations of advanced educational technology. It is recognized as a public and private university and institute ranked 413. The university has student-oriented undergraduate and graduate programs characterized by pioneering teaching, research and service rooted in an interdisciplinary, local and global vision.
The university includes the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Technology, Education and Human Services, and Fine Arts and Communications. The program also has a School of Extended Studies and a School of Graduate Studies. It offers approximately 50 bachelor’s degree programs and more than 30 master’s degree programs, as well as many pre-professional programs.
The university has a quad-city campus in Moline. The Department of Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice is the largest law enforcement program in Illinois. Research facilities include the Frank J. Horn Field, the Illinois Institute of Rural Affairs, and Alice L. Kibbe Life Sciences on the Mississippi River. Students can also take classes and conduct research at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
- Host university: Western Illinois University;
- Host country: United States of America;
- Level of study: Master’s and Bachelor’s levels;
- Scholarship Type: Partial financing;
- Scholarship Worth: 3000 Dollars;
- Eligible countries: international students;
- Available topics: All topics;
- Registration deadline: April 1, 2024.
International Scholarships are available to international students (Masters and Bachelors levels) in all fields to pursue their studies at Western Illinois University, USA.
A $3,000 award will be offered by Western Illinois University to qualified applicants.
To be eligible candidates, they must successfully complete all of the listed requirements:
- Candidates must have a high school diploma and have demonstrated strong academic achievement;
- Future scholars are required to be accepted into a full-time degree program and be enrolled in 30 HS per year.
Applicants are required to be accepted for undergraduate courses at the university. Once this is completed, candidates become eligible for the scholarship.
Candidates must submit a copy of their passport, high school transcripts, external examinations, and post-secondary transcripts, if completed.
The prospective candidate is required to maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or 3.0 GPA achieved through the Summer Sampler Program at Western Illinois University.
All international applicants are expected to have sufficient English language skills.
For more details, please visit the official website: http://www.wiu.edu/global_studies/scholarships.php