До 16 травня 2014 року триває прийом заявок на черговий щорічний конкурс за Програмою імені Фулбрайта для студентів старших курсів та випускників вищих навчальних закладів
The CIEP Tuition Scholarship was created in 2012 in order to provide tuition assistance to students demonstrating academic merit and financial need. The scholarship typically provides up to 100% tuition costs for up to four consecutive CIEP sessions.
International students with a 3.0 GPA or higher will receive the Experience Colorado Scholarship, valued at $5,000 per year and renewable for all four years at Adams State University. International students may also apply for private scholarships offered through the Adams State University Foundation and/or other private agencies. International students will receive $5,000 (Experience Colorado yearly scholarship) and IN ADDITION will also receive $3,400 yearly institutional special scholarship (Total: $8,400). For both awards, the students will have to maintain a 2.0 accumulative GPA in order to keep on receiving the scholarships each year.
Monmouth College, a selective, nationally-ranked liberal arts and sciences college of 1260 students and 102 faculty, awards merit-based scholarships for international students.
Catherine T. McNamee International Student Scholarship, up to $20,000 per year, renewable annually.
EducationUSA Scholarship, $1,500 per year with recommendation letter from EducationUSA advisor.
The University of Rhode Island (URI) is still accepting undergraduate applications for the fall term beginning in September.
Drexel University's LeBow College of Business, School of Economics is offering merit-based scholarships to international students for its new Masters of Science in Economics program, Fall intake 2014.
By TAMAR LEWIN
SAY farewell to vocabulary flashcards with arcane words like "compendious," "membranous," "mendacious," "pugnacious," "depreciatory," "redolent," "treacly" and "jettison." In the new SAT, to be unveiled in 2015, David Coleman, president of the College Board, wants to get rid of obscure words that are . . . just SAT words, and replace them with more common words like "synthesis," "distill" and "transform," used in context as they will be in college and in life.
Sometime in 2004 Richard C. Vos, the admission dean at Claremont McKenna College
, a highly regarded liberal arts school outside Los Angeles, developed a novel way to meet the school president's demands to improve the quality of incoming classes. He would simply lie.