USA Scholarship: Here is a scholarship opportunity for international students to study in the United States. Currently ongoing is the 2022 Eckerd College International Student Scholarships and Aid to Study in the USA.
Eckerd College has decided to award International Student Scholarships and Aid to international students who demonstrate academic and/or artistic merit for the academic year 2022-2023.
This scholarship is open to all international students who have been identified as first-year applicants, require a visa to study in the United States, and have not completed any college or university coursework. The scholarship recipients will receive a grant of up to $22,000.
About the Eckerd College USA
Eckerd College, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, is a private liberal arts college. The campus, which was founded in 1958, includes a waterfront and beach on Boca Ciega Bay.
Eckerd is a “beach school” because of its location, and it has its own student volunteer maritime search and rescue team. Eckerd is a member of the Annapolis and Oberlin groups of national liberal arts colleges and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The mission of Eckerd College is to provide excellent, innovative undergraduate liberal arts education and lifelong learning programs in the unique Florida environment, within the context of a covenant relationship with the Presbyterian Church (USA). The college inspires and empowers individuals to improve the world through mastery of self and a lifetime of learning.
Brief Scholarship Details
Sponsor(s): Eckerd College
Academic Level: Undergraduate or Graduate
Award Value: $22,000
Application Mode: Online
Number of Awards: Not Specified
Eligible Countries: International
Application Deadline: 15 November 2022
Eligibility requirements for the International Student Scholarships and Aid
Below are the eligibility requirements for the Eckerd College Scholarships:
- All international students are eligible to apply
- Applicants must be identified as international first-year applicants.
- The students must submit scores on the following English language proficiency tests:
- TOEFL iBT score of at least 79, computer-based 123 or written 550
- IELTS score with an overall band result of 6.5 or higher
- Duolingo English Test score of at least 105
- SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score of 550
- ACT combined English and Reading of 43
- Successful completion of ELS Intensive English Language Program-Level 11
The following supporting documents must be provided by students:
- Personal statement or essay
- Admission recommendation letter
- Official high school transcript
How to Apply