Scholarship opportunities in the EduCo-partner universities in the United States are still available for 2019. The scholarships may be awarded to students for academic achievement or as an institutional grant. It may also be in the form of an on-campus work offer such as an assistantship. Here’s a rundown of the scholarships extended by the following institutions:
Seattle Pacific University
EduCo’s latest partner university in the United States, Seattle Pacific University, is offering a maximum of $22,500 for new students in its undergraduate programs.
All students are eligible for one-time scholarships of $1,000 across year 1. They are also entitled to apply for undergraduate merit-based scholarships between $5,000- $18,000 per year should they qualify and meet eligibility requirements. For postgraduate students, the university offers scholarships of up to 25% of tuition fees in at least 30 graduate programs.
New Jersey Institute of Technology
NJIT offers one-time scholarships of up to $2,000 for postgraduate students. This scholarship will be applied across year 1. For undergraduate students without SATs and a 3.3+ GPA, they may apply for a $7,000 one-time scholarship and a one-time scholarship of $3,000 applied across year 1. For those with SATs, they may be eligible for a merit-based scholarship from $10,000 – $25,000 and a one-time scholarship of $3,000 applied across year 1.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
University of Nebraska–Lincoln offers up to $15,000 scholarship per year who students who meet eligibility requirements. For details, students and education agents may contact their EduCo representative.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
The UMBC Graduate School offers assistantships for deserving students. They may enquire with the Graduate School office for availability of positions and eligibility requirements.
For full details on the scholarships offered by U.S. partner institutions, students and education agents may also check out the EduCo Partner Portal.