Friday, October 19, 2007

College Grants for International Students -Minot State University

Sponsor: Minot State University

Type of Award: Scholarship

Application Deadline: Open

Amount of Award: $2,,625.00 to $4,209.00

Contest or Competition: No

Application Requirements / Description:

The Global Award is awarded to new undergraduate students from countries other than Canada. The award is $2,625, US per academic year. To be eligible, new freshman and transfer students must meet university admission requirements. The award is renewable if students maintain a 2.0 institutional GPA, complete 20 credits per academic year, and maintain continuous enrollment.

The Presidential Award is awarded to International Graduate students: It is equivalent to $4,209 per academic year for International students. To be eligible students must meet the graduate school admission requirements. The award is renewable to students who maintain continuous enrollment.

To receive an application for this scholarship Contact:

International Office
Minot State University
500 University Ave.
West Minot, ND 58707


If you are an international student and are currently living in the United States or can prove you have the money to move to and live in the United States, you may qualify for scholarships in our database.

The cold hard facts for International students that do not live in the United States, with the exception of Canada:

The scholarships in our database for international students are only awarded if you can prove that you have enough money to move to the United States and live in the United States. If you do not have the funds to move to and live in the United States please do NOT apply to our service. You will NOT qualify for private scholarships. We understand the struggle some people in other countries are having, and we are sorry we can not help. We are not aware of any universities that offer full private scholarships for international students. We also do not offer sponsorship to international students. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your struggle to come to the United States, but unfortunately we are not in a position where we can help.

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