AUWCL Global Students Talent Development Scholarships in the United States
American University Washington College of Law is offering the AUWCL Global Students Talent Development Scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The scholarship covers a 50% tuition fee and will be provided to applicants who wish to undertake an LLM program at WCL. National and international applicants can apply for this scholarship.
The last date to submit applications to participate in the following grant is 1 October 2022.
- University or organization: American University Washington College of Law
- Department: NA
- Course level: Master
- Prize: 50% registration fee
- Number of awards: NA
- Access mode: online
- Nationality: national and international
Eligible Countries: All nationalities.
Course or Eligible Subjects: Students may apply for LLM in International Law Firms, International Business and Commercial Law, International Arbitration and Commercial Law, Gender, International and Comparative Law.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the following / certain criteria:
- Applicants must be enrolled and accepted into one of the eligible programs.
- Applicants must have relevant previous experience and have the potential to be leaders in their respective fields.
How to apply
How to apply: Applicants are required to submit an online application form using the university’s application portal. Candidates who have submitted all the legitimate and necessary documents required by the University will be taken into consideration at the time of acceptance.
Supporting documents: applicants must submit the following documents:
High school transcripts
500 word essay
Previous work experience
Statement of purpose
Curriculum or CV
Admission Requirements: Applicants must have a relevant certificate from previous years of education to secure admission to an LLM program at WCL.
Language requirements: candidates must achieve the minimum marks required in the following English language proficiency tests:
TOEFL IBT – 84/PBT TOEFL – 563, IELTS – 6.5, or Academic PTE – 56
American University Washington College of Law will provide winners with a 50% tuition fee for the LLM program of their choice at WCL for the entire duration.
Merit-Based Scholarships for International Students at Drexel University, USA
Drexel University is now administering financial assistance in the form of merit-based scholarships to high-potential students. This scholarship will be awarded on a merit basis.
Both domestic and international students, who apply for the MBA and MS degree programs at the university, can take advantage of this opportunity. The scheme is available within the university’s LeBow College for the academic year 2022-2023.
Applications for this grant will only be accepted until June 13, 2022.
- University or organization: Drexel University
- Department: N / A
- Course level: Masters
- Awards: Educational Fund
- Number of awards: N / A
- Application mode: online
- Nationality: both national and international
Eligible countries: national and international students
Eligible course or subjects: MBA and MS programs
Eligibility Criteria: To be a part of this opportunity, you need to fulfill all the requirements given below:
- Must be the international and domestic applicant
- Must be applying for MBA and MS programs at the university.
How to apply
How to apply: It is not necessary to apply separately as all applicants will be selected based on the application for admission.
Supporting documents: applicants provide documents upon admission: academic qualifications, copies of academic transcripts and the award, certificates of proficiency in English, a declaration and a copy of their passport.
Admission Requirements: Admission to a master’s program at the university requires a four-year degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States or an equivalent international institution.
Language Requirements: For the master’s degree, the minimum English qualification is a TOEFL of 92 or above is the average; IELTS of 6.5 or higher.
Drexel University will provide the educational fund to serve students to complete their master’s (MBA and MS degree) in the United States.