With a focus on delivering a meaningful and empowering learning environment, Benedictine University is committed to helping students develop a purposeful and rewarding life experience as involved global leaders and citizens dedicated to the protection of the planet, the inclusion of people of various backgrounds and religions, and the advancement of the human interest and the common good.
Benedictine University’s goal is to offer a life-changing and inclusive learning chance grounded in Benedictine principles, that assists students in developing commitment as engaged people taking responsibility for the world, accommodating persons of assorted religions and cultures, and advancing the general public smart.
There are many specialties offered at Benedictine University by the faculty of Science, the faculty of humanities, the Daniel L. Goodwin school of Business and also the school of Education and Health Services. The university conjointly provides nineteen graduate programs, thirty four graduate certificates, and four scholar programs.
- Host University: Benedictine University;
- Host Country: USA;
- Study Level: Undergraduate Level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: Check the details below;
- Application Deadline: February 1st, 2022.
National and International Students who meet the criteria, can apply for this scholarship program.
About The Scholarship:
The International Scholarships are available for International Undergraduate Students in all fields at the Benedictine University, USA.
- 2.50 – 2.79 GPA or 19-20 ACT/ 980- 1050 SAT: 6,000$;
- 2.80 – 3.19 GPA or 21- 24 ACT/1060 – 1190 SAT: 7,000$;
- 3.20 – 3.59 GPA or 25 – 28ACT/ 1200- 1340 SAT: 11,000$;
- 3.60 – 3.99 GPA or 29 – 32 ACT/ 1350 – 1480: 16,000$;
- 4.00+ GPA or 33+ ACT/ 1490+SAT: 17,000$.
In order to be considered, successful nominees are required to have either a 2.50 minimum GPA or an ACT score of 19-20/980-1050 on the SAT.
How To Apply:
Please note that applicants are required to submit their application to Benedictine University through the Common Application portal. Consideration will be given for all undergraduate candidates.
The following documents must be submitted to the university:
An approved official academic record from all high schools that were completed; an evaluation of credits earned abroad by Educational Credential Evaluators, Educational Perspectives, or World Education Services; a statement from the student’s personal representative; and a letter of recommendation from the student’s high school counselor.
As a minimum, candidates are required to score a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, a composite ACT of 21, or a composite SAT of 1060.
The following English competency test scores are required to be submitted by students: TOEFL IBT – 79 and IELTS – 6.5.