Monmouth College International Merit Scholarships - Monmouth College

Monmouth College International Merit Scholarships


Sponsored By: Monmouth College



Sponsor Type: College/University

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PROGRAM INFORMATION
Program Description: Monmouth College offers the International Merit Scholarship to qualified undergraduate international students. Awards are based upon the academic strength, leadership capacity, and future potential of each applicant. Financial assistance is awarded only after a student has been officially accepted into Monmouth.
Website:www.monmouthcollege.edu/international
Host Institution Name: Monmouth College
Host City: Monmouth
Host State: Illinois
Areas of Study:
*All
Levels of Study:
Undergraduate
Open to Students from Any Region
 
Award Information
Award Types:
Scholarship
Avg. Award Amount: $25,000
Number of Awards: 50
Award Coverage: Partial tuition waiver.
Award Duration: 4 years
Award Deadline: Rolling
Award Notification Month: Rolling
 
Eligibility Requirements
Requirements 1: Must complete the application process and be accepted into Monmouth College; all admitted students are reviewed for scholarship awards.
Requirements 2: Must submit official transcripts/grade reports and national examination results.
Requirements 3: Must provide proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL, MELAB or IELTS scores or ELS 112 certificate; this requirement is waived with IB, A-level, or English-medium high school diploma or exam results.
Requirements 4: Students with external scholarships or private or governmental sponsorship should provide documentation of the award or the Sponsor's Affidavit of Support and copy of bank statement.
Requirements 5: Do not forget the application essay (the personal statement)!
 
Application Information
Contact: Monmouth College
Chris Wilson
Admission Counselor
700 East Broadway
Monmouth, IL
61462
Phone #: +1 (309) 457-2132
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Instructions: Visit monmouthcollege.edu//international for guidelines to the application process at Monmouth College.