Kansas State University USA Scholarships
The international merit awards are offered by Kansas State University for high performing international students. Students from all around the world are encouraged who needs to pursue the undergraduate degree program in the United States.
This scholarship program is announced for both freshman and transfers undergraduate international students with high performing previous record.
Kansas State University was founded on February 16, 1863, in the United States. It is also known as K-State which offers 50 doctoral and nearly 65 master’s degree programs with 65 academic departments in nine colleges. K-State offers access to information, research insights and opportunities that enrich the lives of your community members. It also provides a fair and competitive compensation program for students.
Application closing date: deadline for the application submission October 1, 2019, for spring 2020 Semester.
Coursework: Undergraduate degree Program.
Study area: The program is available for undergraduate study in any subject offered by K-State.
Funding organization: Kansas State University.
Scholarship Award: Successful candidates will get award worth up to $7,500 per student.
Eligible nationalities: International students can apply for this scholarship award.
Eligibility criteria for Kansas State University:
Following criteria must b fulfilled.
- Applicants need to get enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at the university.
- Candidates must have a high school degree with 24 credit hours completed at a collegiate level.
- Students must have a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on college or university.
How to apply for International Merit Awards K-State:
- To apply for this grant, applicants need to get enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at K-State by using an online application system. After enrollment candidate will be automatically considered for this grant.
- Some supporting documents are required to submit by candidates: a personal statement, transcripts, a copy of passport, affidavit of financial support and bank statement. The personal statement must send via email to [email protected] include your full name as written on your passport and your Wildcat ID (WID) as listed on your admission letter.
Important note: The personal statement should be no more than 500 words and answer the question: “What will you contribute to the K-State Family as a student?” While the statement should be in English, your proficiency level will not be a factor in your consideration.
- Some admission requirements are candidates must have completed a high school degree, 24 credit hours completed at a collegiate level, and 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on college or university transcripts.
- Applicants must fulfill the English language proficiency requirement.
Benefit through this scholarship award: Selected candidates will get award worth up to $4,000 to $7,500 per student. Thirty (30) incoming students will receive the award per academic year.