University of Cincinnati International Global Scholarship
Tuition cost is raising at alarmingly high a rate which is one of the major problems of students’ education. Because of this reason, the University of Cincinnati is presenting the University of Cincinnati International Global Scholarship which helps candidates in covering their tuition cost.
The University of Cincinnati was founded in 1819 as Cincinnati College. It is a public research university which is also recognized as the oldest institution of higher education in Cincinnati.
Why at the University of Cincinnati? The university offers applicants an education which changes their personality and makes them more confident in their chosen field. It also provides good academic facilities with the best study environment.
The educational award is renewable for up to duration of an undergraduate course with the average amount of $9,000 per year.
- Course Level: Undergraduate course
- Application Deadline: December 1 (annual)
- University or Organization: University of Cincinnati
- Department: NA
- Award: $9,000
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Not known
- Nationality: International
- The program can be taken in the US
- Language: English
University of Cincinnati International Global Scholarship Eligibility
- Eligible Countries:Interested candidates from all over the world are welcomed to join
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The opportunity is for undertaking an undergraduate degree program in any field offered by the university
- Admissible Criteria: An overseas applicant will be considered for the grant on the bases of following requirements-
- Completing high school at a US or foreign high school.
- Entering UC directly from a foreign university.
- Entering UC through Conditional Admission.
- Who have completed (or are completing) an associate’s degree from an accredited U.S. college
- How to Apply for the University of Cincinnati International Global Scholarship: The University is not asking for any separate application for the grant.
- All interested participants who receive a place in a bachelor degree program at the university will be automatically considered for the grant according to their academic merit.
- Minimum Requirements: The requirements are as follows-
- SAT-R- Critical Reading + Math: 1130
- ACT- Composite: 27
- GPA- 25/4.0 as determined by a course-by-course credential evaluation (for transfer candidates).
- TOEFL/IELTS/ELS and UC Math Placement Test- 79 composites (min. 15 on each subsection) /6.5 overall (min. 5.5 on each subsection) or ELS 112 with passing Math Placement Test