- Target: Any nationality
- Benefits: $1,000
- Level and Discipline: Undergraduate and master degree in any discipline
- Host Institution: Any accredited college or university – USA
- Deadline: Expired 1212 days ago
The Skoolville’s Scholarship is open to any students pursuing master or bachelor degree at any accredited college or university in the United States. Those attending online universities are also eligible to apply. To apply, all applicants are required to write an essay about Trends in International student migration.
Skoolville is an online study abroad consultancy providing free counseling services to international students interested in applying to USA, Canada, and Australia universities. Skoolville.com provides full support and assistance to international students including profile evaluation, selecting universities, Preparing SOP and LORs, submitting applications, visa preparation, and pre-departure formalities. All services offered by us are 100% free. Skoolville.com is directly partnered with several universities across USA, Canada, and Australia and is rated 5 stars in Google by our students. Due to our continuing commitment to assisting students, we are supplementing our efforts with a scholarship award for international undergraduate and graduate students that are studying at an accredited US college or university.
The winning students will receive benefit of $1,000.
Level & Area of Studies
Undergraduate and graduate degree in any field.
Place of study
Any accredited college or university in the United States.
Eligibility and Requirements
- All applicants must be enrolled, or due to be enrolled, as a full-time student at an accredited US college or university for the semester that they are applying to receive the scholarship.
- The applicant must be an international undergraduate or graduate student at a college or university in US.
- Applicants are required to have a 3.4 GPA.
- Students attending online universities are welcome to apply.
Please write an 800-1000 word essay on the topic – Trends in International student migration.
1 December 2019.