Scholarships in Asia and the Pacific

The Asian Development Bank/Japan Scholarship Program offers about 300 postgraduate scholarships a year for studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions.

What is offered

The scholarship provides full tuition fees, a monthly allowance for expenses, housing, books and instructional materials, medical insurance and travel. For scholars engaged in research, a special grant may be available for thesis preparation. In special circumstances, computer literacy, preparatory language and other similar courses may be covered under the scholarship.

Who is eligible

The program is open to those who have gained admission to an approved MA/PhD course at a participating academic institution. Candidates should be 35 years old or younger; in good health; with a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent; and have a superior academic record. Upon completion of their study programs, scholars are expected to return to their home country to contribute to its economic and social development.

Scholarships are available to citizens of the following countries/areas: Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Fiji, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyz Republic, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Viet Nam.

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​​​​EducationUSA Global Scholar Awards​​​​​


University of Findlay Announces

The EducationUSA Global Scholar Awards

(four-year renewable full-tuition scholarships)

Full-tuition scholarships for those undergraduate applicants working directly with EducationUSA Advising Centers

Criteria:

  1. Minimum 3.75 GPA equivalent
  2. Minimum 79 TOEFL/6.5 IELTS
  3. Demonstrated leadership through service and/or extracurricular activitie
  4. Enrolling as a first-time university student in Fall 2017
  5. Recommendation letter from an EducationUSA adviser
  6. Essay on the topic: "How I can be an ambassador for my country in the United States?"

    Deadline for applicants: February 15, 2017

Conditions of award:

  1. Recipients must reside in University residence halls for the first year with a meal plan, then in either residence halls or other university housing for the second year;
  2. Recipients will be asked to volunteer in the International Admissions & Services office for virtual chats with prospective international students;
  3. Recipients will present to the university community on student panels regarding their countries' culture, traditions, government, etc.;
  4. Recipients will meet with their residence advisers (RA) to determine a suitable topic to present to their floor mates as part of RA programming for their residents; and
  5. Recipients must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA at UF to have the award renewed.

All queries from advisers regarding these awards should be directed to Marty Bennett, Director of International Admissions & Services, either by phone: +1 419-434-4558 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

The Millennium Scholar's Award

Pays full tuition, room and board. Requirements are 32 ACT and/or 1420 Old SAT 1 (CR & M only) or 1470 New SAT and 3.7 GPA (4.0 scale) or a National Merit Finalist.

Application deadline is March 1st.

The Chancellor's Award

Pays full tuition. Requirements are 28 ACT and/or 1260 Old SAT 1 (CR & M only) or 1320 New SAT and 3.5 GPA (4.0 scale).

Application deadline is March 1st.

Application for Millennium and Chancellor's
Deadline March 1st

 

 

 

AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship

The AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship promotes educational access and opportunity while enhancing international diversity. Bringing together the best of AU — academic excellence, leadership development, and global engagement — the AU Emerging Global Leader achieves, inspires, and serves with vision. The AU EGL is dedicated to positive civic and social change, and will return home to improve under-resourced, underserved communities in his/her home country.

The AU EGL scholarship covers all billable AU expenses (full tuition, room and board) for one international student who will need a visa (preferably an F-1 or J-1 student visa) to study in the United States. The scholarship does not cover non-billable expenses such as mandatory health insurance, books, airline tickets and miscellaneous expenses (approximately U.S.$4,000 per year).

The AU EGL scholarship is renewable for a total of four years of undergraduate study, based on continued satisfactory academic performance.

Important: Only one AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship is available for Fall 2017. If you are not selected as the 2017 AU EGL recipient and wish to continue the application process, you may be eligible for partial merit scholarships. However, you will need to submit proof of additional funds beyond the initial U.S.$4,000 you provided. Estimated costs for the 2017-2018 academic year are U.S.$62,819.

You are NOT eligible to apply if

  1. You are a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or dual citizen of the U.S. and another country.
  2. You are enrolled in or have already begun any post-secondary studies at another university in your home country or the United States.

AU EGLS candidates must apply Regular Decision for fall (August) 2017.

Preference will be given to:

  1. International students who have overcome various obstacles and challenges as well as those from diverse and underrepresented global and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  2. A minimum 3.8 GPA equivalent (or in the top 10% of graduating class) for 9th-12th grades.
  3. A demonstrated commitment to leadership, volunteerism, community service and to advancing the needs of people in their home country.
  4. Students with a 95 TOEFL iBT, 7.0 IELTS or 600 paper-based TOEFL (or above).


    For more detail about AU Emerging Global Leader Scholarship

Civil Society Leadership Awards

The Civil Society Leadership Awards (CSLA) provide fully funded master’s degree study to individuals who clearly demonstrate academic and professional excellence and a deep commitment to leading positive social change in their communities.

CSLA directly assists future leaders in countries where civil society is challenged by a deficit of democratic practice in local governance and social development.

Awards are available for master’s degree study in the following fields at host universities across the world:

  1. Communications and media
  2. Culture, history, and society
  3. Development studies
  4. Economics
  5. Education management and leadership
  6. Environment and natural resource management
  7. Human rights and/or gender studies
  8. Law (including human rights law)
  9. Politics and international studies
  10. Public health policy and health management
  11. Public policy and administration
  12. Social work and social policy

Please see the complete guidelines for a full list of partnering host universities eligible for CSLA awards.

Eligibility Criteria

CSLA does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. 

The awards are available to citizens of the following countries: 

  1. Azerbaijan
  2. Belarus
  3. Cambodia
  4. Democratic Republic of Congo
  5. Egypt
  6. Equatorial Guinea
  7. Eritrea
  8. Ethiopia
  9. Laos
  10. Libya
  11. Myanmar/Burma
  12. Republic of Congo
  13. South Sudan
  14. Sudan
  15. Syria
  16. Turkmenistan
  17. Uzbekistan

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

Ineligibility Criteria

  1. be a citizen of an eligible country
  2. demonstrate maturity, flexibility, and civil society leadership potential
  3. have excellent academic records and an earned bachelor’s degree before applying
  4. have proficiency in the language of instruction (English, German, or French) at a level required for admission by partner universities, as evidenced by standardized language test scores
  5. be able to participate in an intensive academic writing program in July or August 2017 and start their degree program in August or September 2017
  6. be able to receive and maintain a visa or study permit as required by the host country
  7. demonstrate a clear commitment to return to their home country or region to continue supporting open society development

CSLA does not support:

  1. fields of study not listed above
  2. applicants from any country not listed above
  3. study in foreign language teaching, business administration or management, physical sciences, engineering, or medical sciences
  4. dependent family members
  5. those receiving individual grants from CSLA-affiliated entities during the fellowship period
  6. applicants who are employees of CSLA-affiliated entities directly involved in the administration of scholarship programs

Purpose and Priorities

Competition for the Civil Society Leadership Awards is open and merit-based. Selection is based on an applicant’s fit with the program’s objectives as well the graduate admissions criteria of the participating universities. Academic excellence, professional aptitude, leadership potential in the field of specialization, proven commitment to open society values, and appropriate language proficiency are all important factors in evaluation.

All eligible applicants will be reviewed by an international selection committee. The proposed field of study should be logical for the goals expressed in the essays, and the application itself should be organized and complete. Compelling candidates will be interviewed by a selection committee comprised of university representatives, CSLA staff, and partner organization representatives, such as the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Guidelines

Interested applicants must complete and submit an online or paper CSLA application in English to be considered for CSLA support. Please note that some universities require a separate application for graduate study at that institution. In these cases, Open Society will notify candidates and assist with the university application process.

Online Application

All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for the CSLA scholarship online. Please register and then follow the instructions.

Paper Application

The application and reference forms can be found in the Download Files section of this page. Please download the application form before completing or printing.

Electronic applications and all supporting materials should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by September 15, 2016. More instructions on how to submit the application and references are included in the complete guidelines and frequently asked questions. Please submit any queries using the inquiry form.

Fulbright U.S.-ASEAN Visiting Scholar Initiative – FY 2017

Deadline: October 31, 2016
The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce the FY 2017 competition for the Fulbright U.S.-ASEAN Visiting Scholar Initiative.

Program Description

The Fulbright U.S.–ASEAN Visiting Scholar Initiative is open to university faculty, foreign ministry and government officials, and professional staff of think tanks and other NGOs in ASEAN Member States (AMS) to travel to the United States for scholarly and professional research for 3-4 months on issues that are relevant and useful to AMS, and central to the U.S – ASEAN relationship.

In FY 2017, Scholars may apply to lecture and conduct research in fields that will support ASEAN initiatives including but not limited to: Education, Environmental Sciences, Financial Market Integration, Food Technology, Information Sciences, Journalism, Law, Political Science, Public Administration, Public/Global Health, Social Work, Sociology, Statistics, Trade and Investment, Trade Facilitation, and TEFL & Applied Linguistics.

Eligibility

Fulbright U.S – ASEAN Visiting Scholar Initiative applicants should be university faculty, foreign ministry and government officials, or professionals in think tanks and other NGOs whose work focuses on U.S.–ASEAN issues.  Applicants will be expected to have a significant record of scholarly or professional accomplishment; they must be citizens of one of the ten ASEAN countries; and they must be proficient in English.  Preference will be given to qualified applicants who have not had recent and substantial experience in the United States.  Applicants must be residing in an ASEAN member country throughout the nomination and selection process, and must return to an ASEAN member country upon completion of their U.S. stay.

Applicants are not eligible if they:

1. are currently teaching, studying, or conducting research in the United States, or who have received a Fulbright grant within the past five years.
2. have received a J-1 visa in the category of Professor/Research Scholar within the past two years (which would prevent them from being issued another J-1 visa in the category of Professor or Research Scholar.)

Fulbright U.S – ASEAN Visiting Scholar proposals should be carefully developed projects that will deepen the applicant’s understanding of one or more aspects of the U.S.–ASEAN relationship.  While it is expected that the majority of time will be spent in research, grantees are also encouraged to expand and develop their network of professional contacts so that professional relationships established during the grantee’s time in the U.S. can be sustained after the formal grant period has ended.  In addition, grantees will be expected to seek opportunities to provide an ASEAN perspective during their time in the United States through guest lectures, seminars, or participation in academic or professional conferences.  All applicants are urged to explore possible affiliations with U.S. institutions, including universities, think tanks, and research institutes, in advance of submitting their formal applications.  Letters of invitation will enable program organizers to make the most suitable affiliations.
Application Procedures

Each Fulbright U.S.-ASEAN Visiting Scholar candidate will be required to submit an on-line application via the on-line management system administered by CIES.

The following materials comprise a complete application:

  1. Application
  2. Project statement (three to five pages)
  3. Bibliography (up to three pages; this is required for research or combined   teaching/research awards)
  4. Curriculum vita (up to six pages)
  5. Letter of invitation (preferred, but not required)
  6. Letters of recommendation (three are required)

Note: Under question #4, “Category of Grant,” please be sure that you have indicated whether you are applying for a ‘Research’ or ‘Lecturing/Research’ award.

Award Terms: Fulbright U.S. – ASEAN Visiting Scholar awards will provide:

  1. A monthly stipend for grantees, between US $2,710 and $3,145/month, depending on city.
  2. One direct-flight, round-trip economy-class air ticket.
  3. A one-time $1,250 Professional and Settling-in allowance.
  4. Qualifying university lab and research fees up to $3,000, as necessary.
  5. No dependent support will be available.

Contact Information:
Ou Socheat
Public Affairs Specialist
U.S. Embassy
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel: 023 728 248

New Scholarships on November 10th, 2014

I. Financial Aid

UG: Lebanon Valley College (PA) Offers International Students Reduced Tuition
UG: The University of St. Thomas (MN) Offering Financial Aid to International Students
UG: Washington University in St. Louis (MO) Offers Scholarships for International Summer Study
Grad: Tulane University Law School (LA) EducationUSA Scholarship

II. Campus News

Register for International Students Day!
Northwest Missouri State University (MO) International Student Competes in Programming Contest
International Student Goes From Being Homeless to Harvard University (MA)


I. Financial Aid

LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE (PA) OFFERS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS REDUCED TUITION

Currently, Lebanon Valley College (LVC) in Annville, Pennsylvania is offering one-third off of tuition for international student applicants. This scholarship translates to approximately $12,000 a year for each year of student enrollment. Apply today and learn how LVC values its international students.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1pxZTK8

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS (MN) OFFERING FINANCIAL AID TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

The University of St. Thomas offers competitive financial awards to international undergraduate students based on academic merit. These scholarships can cover up to 40 percent of the cost of undergraduate tuition and automatically renew each academic year if the student maintains quality academic performance. Applicants are encouraged to apply before the January 15th deadline for fall 2015.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/GJvC7k

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS (MO) OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL SUMMER STUDY

A limited number of scholarships are available for students interested in International Summer Study at Washington University in St. Louis. International students now qualify for competitive $2,500 scholarships.

The International Summer Study program runs from July 10 to August 14. Students enroll in two three-unit courses, which are chosen from a wide-range of options. Students also participate in a number of social and cultural events designed to introduce them to American culture. Additionally, students have the option to meet deans and admissions officers should they wish to learn about graduate and professional study in the United States.

Interested students must go to the website to submit an application for the program as well as the scholarship. The deadline for submitting an application is April 1, 2015.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1xag0i3

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TULANE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL (LA) EDUCATIONUSA SCHOLARSHIP

Tulane Law School, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, is uniquely positioned to prepare students with an exposure to the U.S. common law tradition and the civil law tradition. Tulane seeks to recruit qualified law students with diverse backgrounds from around the world. LLM application deadline: May 1, 2015.

This opportunity provides students with a minimum $20,000 tuition waiver with potential for the waiver to approach full tuition. The program has the following guidelines:

1. Tulane Law School offers tuition waivers to students who are being advised at an EducationUSA center and seek to pursue a Master of Laws (LLM) degree at Tulane University Law School. The tuition waiver is awarded to students who are admitted to Tulane Law and are nominated by an EducationUSA adviser or colleague.

2. Tulane Law will make award decisions based upon the nominations presented by EducationUSA advisers.

This tuition waiver will be dispersed as follows: Half of the amount to be credited to the fall 2015 semester and half of the amount to be credited to the spring 2016 semester. This represents the full extent of scholarship funding students should expect to be offered from Tulane Law. Applicants should complete the LLM application requirements.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1j3RLvd

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II. Campus News

REGISTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS DAY!

Don’t miss your opportunity to chat with U.S. colleges and universities and get valuable information from EducationUSA advisers during International Students Day on November 19, 2014, which is a part of this year's International Education Week. Sign up for the free college fair today!
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1z3hID0

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NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY (MO) INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COMPETES IN PROGRAMMING CONTEST

Northwest Missouri State University is proud to announce that Diego Gutierrez, an international student and computer science major from Mexico, competed in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, a highly selective computer science competition sponsored by IBM. Diego competed at the Mid-Central USA Regional competition on November 1 in Kansas City, Missouri.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1s17fDs

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT GOES FROM BEING HOMELESS TO HARVARD UNIVERSITY (MA)

Read this inspiring story of Justus Uwayesu, an international student who went from living on the streets of Rwanda to Harvard University on a full scholarship.
For more information, please visit: http://nyti.ms/1z72aOt

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Contact an EducationUSA adviser near you for guidance on finding and applying to an accredited U.S. college or university.
EducationUSA.state.gov (Note: students must apply for financial aid directly with the institution listed)
An archive of these and other past financial aid and news announcements is available at EducationUSA.info/financial-aid
EducationUSA would like to thank all the institutions, foundations, and other organizations which so generously provide the financial aid and news information contained herein.

New Scholarships on November 03rd, 2014

EdUSA Weekly Update Issue #399   November 3rd, 2014

I. Financial Aid

UG: University of Wisconsin - Green Bay (WI) Undergraduate Scholarships
UG: The New School (NY) Scholarship Competition
Grad: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (OH) Offers Several Scholarships

II. Campus News

Michigan State University's (MI) New Program Pairs Domestic and International Students
Southwestern Law School (CA) Professor Receives International Lawyer of the Year Award
Hiram College (OH) Receives U.S. State Department Grant for International Collaboration


I. Financial Aid

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - GREEN BAY (WI) UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

University of Wisconsin - Green Bay has scholarships available for all undergraduate international students. The awards range from $2,000 - $8,000. To be considered for the scholarships, new and transfer students must apply by the following deadlines:

Spring semester: November 1st
Fall semester: June 1st
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/ZJuz0D

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THE NEW SCHOOL (NY) SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION

Five full-tuition and five partial-tuition scholarships are available in The New School Competition. The competition is open globally for graduating high school students who want to begin undergraduate studies in fall 2015 at the renowned The New School in New York City. Non-graduating high school students are also welcome to join the competition and compete for Apple iPad Minis. Your future starts now! Enter the contest by the deadline, February 1, 2015.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1q4AowI

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THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MORITZ COLLEGE OF LAW (OH) OFFERS SEVERAL SCHOLARSHIPS

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law offers the Moritz LL.M. Scholarship to outstanding LL.M. applicants who will contribute to the intellectual diversity and strength of the LL.M. program.

Moritz College of Law also offers the Jones Day Scholarship for applicants from the People’s Republic of China. The scholarship offers a 50% tuition waiver and seeks to support students who show promise through a record of community service, academic or professional achievement, leadership and/or overcoming hardship.

Additionally, regional scholarships are also awarded to students from the Americas, Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia. Each of these regional scholarships are for $15,000. Some of the scholarships offered by partners include COLFUTURO Grants (50% tuition waivers for winners from Colombia) and Fulbright Grants (partial tuition waivers). Muskie Grants are also partial tuition waivers for students from select countries.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/10mSPGU

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II. Campus News

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY'S (MI) NEW PROGRAM PAIRS DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Michigan State University and the city of East Lansing, MI have partnered to start MSU East Lansing Together: Promoting Outreach through Translations (known as MELTing POT). The new program will pair American students with international students to translate city documents into different languages, such as Chinese, Arabic and Spanish.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1p7PmHA

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SOUTHWESTERN LAW SCHOOL (CA) PROFESSOR RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL LAWYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

The International Law Section of the State Bar of California selected Professor Robert Lutz as the recipient of the 2014 Warren M. Christopher International Lawyer of the Year Award for his extraordinary service to the profession in the field of international law. Read more about the award and Professor Lutz's extensive contributions to international law at http://www.swlaw.edu/news/overview/lutz_christopheraward814.
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HIRAM COLLEGE (OH) RECEIVES U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT GRANT FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

Hiram College is the recipient of a U.S. State Department grant for $500,000 to fund international collaboration. The program, “Connecting Pakistani and American High Schools through International Watershed Partnerships,” calls for the formation of non-traditional partnerships among American and Pakistani high schools, universities, local community partners and government agencies – partnerships that are necessary to solve the unprecedented global water crises of the 21st Century.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1odqttz

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Contact an EducationUSA adviser near you for guidance on finding and applying to an accredited U.S. college or university.
EducationUSA.state.gov (Note: students must apply for financial aid directly with the institution listed)
An archive of these and other past financial aid and news announcements is available at EducationUSA.info/financial-aid
EducationUSA would like to thank all the institutions, foundations, and other organizations which so generously provide the financial aid and news information contained herein.

New Scholarships on October 21st, 2014

EdUSA Weekly Update Issue #398   October 21st, 2014

I. Financial Aid

UG: Marywood University (PA) Undergraduate Scholarships
UG/Grad/Postgrad: Organization of American States Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund
UG/Grad/Postgrad: Texas Christian University (TX) Scholarships

II. Campus News

California International Business University (CA) Partners With Tijuana Business Community
The University of Michigan-Flint's (MI) Mechanical Engineering Program Now ABET Accredited
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) Announces New Major


I. Financial Aid

MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY (PA) UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

Marywood University offers a variety of scholarships and grants designed to help students meet the cost of tuition. All bachelor's applicants are automatically considered for scholarships, which range from $6,000 to $20,000.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1vAnr37

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES LEO S. ROWE PAN AMERICAN FUND

The Rowe Fund, an educational loan program of the Organization of American States (OAS), helps students from Latin America and Caribbean finance their studies or research in accredited U.S. universities through interest-free loans of up to $15,000 dollars. There are no application or processing fees and no deadline to apply.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1021FJY

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TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY (TX) SCHOLARSHIPS

Texas Christian University's MBA Program is announcing November 1, 2014 as the first deadline for priority scholarship and admission consideration. All applications meeting this first deadline will be considered for scholarships, which range from $28,987 to full scholarship with stipend at $56,400 per year.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/QXJjlo

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II. Campus News

CALIFORNIA INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS UNIVERSITY (CA) PARTNERS WITH TIJUANA BUSINESS COMMUNITY

California International Business University is proud to announce an addition to their curriculum of a cross-border partnership with the Mexican business community in Tijuana! Students now have an opportunity to view "Innavadora" in the works, with a hi-tech incubator, bi-national co-working space, the cultural center, the city's famous Mercado and Plantronics Maquiladora. Come be a part of this global experience!
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1yw7DBc

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT'S (MI) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM NOW ABET ACCREDITED

The Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (Applied Science Accreditation Commission) has finished an 18-month evaluation of the University of Michigan-Flint Mechanical Engineering Program and has granted accreditation.

The Mechanical Engineering program was launched in 2008 and graduates of the program are employed by major organizations like John Deere Worldwide and the U.S. Department of Defense Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center. Additionally, the University of Michigan-Flint has dedicated counselors available to help you with any questions you may have, as well as International Student Ambassadors.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1q4BAik

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RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (NY) ANNOUNCES NEW MAJOR

Up until this year, Rensselaer has only had one major for undergraduate students in the School of Architecture – a Bachelor of Architecture. The School of Architecture is excited to announce their newest option for undergraduate students, a four year Bachelor of Science in Building Science. This major focuses on the phenomena that inform the design of next-generation buildings. Faculty use a holistic approach in their teaching style and curriculum to develop student’s understanding of buildings as a set of interconnected systems that can be built, modified and adapted to meet requirements for functionality, energy optimization and human contact.

Students in this major receive preparation for direct entry into one of the building industry’s main sectors ranging from real estate development to construction management. It also serves as a foundation for advanced degrees in architecture, engineering or business. Students who excel in this major also have the option of coupling this degree with another in the duel degree programs or co-terminal program (five-year Bachelor and Masters of Science).
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1z4gZp1

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Contact an EducationUSA adviser near you for guidance on finding and applying to an accredited U.S. college or university.
EducationUSA.state.gov (Note: students must apply for financial aid directly with the institution listed)
An archive of these and other past financial aid and news announcements is available at EducationUSA.info/financial-aid
EducationUSA would like to thank all the institutions, foundations, and other organizations which so generously provide the financial aid and news information contained herein.

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