Scholarships are monetary gifts, which means you don’t need to repay them or earn the funds by working. Scholarships are considered part of your financial aid package, and they may replace some or all of your financial aid eligibility. You may qualify for different scholarships based on your financial need, academic success and other factors.
So for supporting students University of North Dakota an opportunity for interested students. International students are welcome to apply for this educational programme.
Application Closes: Ongoing.
- Provider: University of North Dakota
- Department: NA
- Degree Level: Undergraduate, masters and phd
- Available Scholarships: Not Known
- Mode of Application: Online
- To be taken: USA
Who is eligible to apply
- Acceptable Nationalities: International and Students from USA
- Available Course: Any course area offered by the university.
- Admissible Criteria: To be considered for admission, the candidates must meet all these criteria:
- Candidates must be in a high school or college, which is affiliated to a US-ascribed or recognized university.
How to apply
- If you meet the criteria, submit your admissions application and send your official transcript to UND by the priority deadline, you’ll automatically be awarded a scholarship.
- The best way to find out which scholarships may be available to you, is by completing the General Application. The General Application will automatically match you with scholarships you’re qualified for and will suggest other scholarships that you may be eligible for but which require further information.
- University of North Dakota utilizes a “pool and match” system to award scholarships in a manner that honors donor intent and complies with applicable laws.
- Language Requirement: Applicants whose main language is not English are expected to have a recognized English language exam such as IELTS with a qualified score.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards ensures students are meeting progress toward their degree while continuing to receive financial aid. Students receive up to $14,000 in these Scholarships.