Florida Atlantic University introduces scholarships for undergraduate Indian students in collaboration with Study Group

Hyderabad: Florida Atlantic University scholarships for international undergraduate students are available for all students from India (F-1 and J-1 degree-seeking applicants), up to four years or eight semesters, including those recruited by leading international education provider Study Group.

 

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) is offering scholarships for incoming Spring and Fall terms to support international students to study at FAU. Students from India who enrolled through leading international education provider Study Group are also eligible to apply. The scholarships provide a significant reduction in course fees for students who wish to pursue their higher education studies at FAU in the US as the scholarship program covers four or eight semesters for a transfer student or student on a scholar visa.

How students can be considered for the President’s International Student Scholarship at FAU

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must apply and be accepted as degree-seeking students and obtain a high school diploma or its equivalent before the first day of class. The total amount of a scholarship is up to $6,000 per year (First-year applicants: maximum $24,000 total and for transfer applicants: $12,000 maximum).

Minimum requirements for scholarship consideration include:

Students must have a completed application on file by May 1
Minimum GPA equivalent: minimum 3.5 on the 4.0 U.S. grading scale
Submission of SAT or ACT score (no minimum score required, but test scores may be used in selecting application recipients)
Scholarship selections are communicated in about four weeks after all application materials have been received, and the application is considered complete by the university. An applicant may be offered admission to a term other than the one indicated on the application due to the competitiveness of the applicant pool.

For undergraduate admissions, other international scholarships available for Indian students are:

The Depan International Scholarship for $8000: A freshman student on a student or scholar visa will get $2,000 per year for eight semesters. Outstanding academic success, 3.0 minimum GPA, and English proficiency required for admission to FAU. Also, evidence of community service or high school activity will be among the eligibility criteria.

The Depan International Scholarship for $4000: A transfer student on a student or scholar visa will get $2,000 per semester for four semesters. Eligibility criteria include 3.0 GPA, English proficiency & evidence of community service or activity.

The Broward College International Scholarship Program: Scholarships are available at Broward College based on merit, financial need, degree preference, and more. Students completing AA degrees at one of BC’s international campuses are eligible for a scholarship equivalent to six out-of-state tuition waivers per semester.

Speaking about the benefits of scholarships for students from India, Mr. Karan Lalit, Regional Director India of Study Group, said, “As a leading provider of international education, we have successfully partnered with universities in the UK and Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand, all of which are instrumental in delivering quality education to students from India. FAU scholarships are an excellent new initiative and show a deep commitment to supporting students from India for their undergraduate studies to further excel in their careers. These generous scholarships will enable students to aim for higher education with global exposure and trusted financial support. Our partner, FAU, has a long history of welcoming and supporting international students. These scholarships can be extremely beneficial for undergraduate students.”

FAU is a well known student-centred public research university committed to higher education and research. With 170+ degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, Study Group’s partnership with FAU aims to strengthen Indian students’ educational and career aspirations.

 

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