Good news! Merit Scholarships At The University Of Vermont is here again for eligible international undergraduate students for 2019-2020 in USA. The scholarship is awarded in the grounds of merit for international students. Interested students are hereby advised to apply immediately as late applications will not be processed. See below for more information on how to apply.
About Vermont University
The university of Vermont (UVM) officially the University of Vermont and State Agriculture College was four red in 1792 as a public research university in Burlington, Vermont. I the institution is the state’s land-grant university. University of Vermont is the oldest universities in the United States. It is the fifth institution of higher education established in the New England region of the U.S northeast.
Field/Level of study:
The Scholarship is awarded for Undergraduate Students who are pursuing a 4-year degree in any field of choice.
The Scholarship is hosted at the University of Vermont, USA. Only Students wishing to secure an undergraduate admission or students who are already pursuing their undergraduate programme can apply for the scholarships.
Eligible Nationality For The Merit Scholarships At The University Of Vermont:
International students can apply for these scholarships
The University of Vermont Scholarships for Undergraduate Students Awards are categorized into
- Distinction scholarship: 18,000$
- Excellence scholarship: 13,000$
- Merit scholarship: 8,000$
- Have good academic performance
- Must have a minimum cumulative 2.8-grade point average in your first year, and a 3.0 in subsequent years along with enrollment in 12 or more credits per semester is required to remain eligible for these scholarships.
How To Apply For The Merit Scholarships At The University Of Vermont:
The Application to the Scholarship is strictly done online. Let nobody deceive you by telling you that the scholarships are meant for a physical location
Please note: All international students are welcome to apply for this scholarship regardless of color, race, gender and Aboriginal. Qualified students will be notified. No phone call is allowed.