The candidate pool receives thirty competitive scholarships. Scholarship candidates will be chosen based on their academic achievements and other factors.
This award is valid each semester of a recipient’s four-year (eight-semester) undergraduate degree, as long as they maintain excellent academic standing with their particular college. Review the appropriate Award Information Guide, which is available from the Office of Student Financial Aid, for more program details on this award.
About the Scholarship:
Marquette University is a institution in Milwaukee that was founded in 1881. Marquette has 11 colleges and schools that offer undergraduate and graduate degrees. The Les Aspin Center for Government, the Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute are among the academic centers and institutes housed at the university. Marquette has 14 men’s and women’s Division I athletic teams in the Big East conference. The college reported campus safety data to the US Department of Education, but it has not been independently confirmed. The figures for criminal offenses reflect complaints of alleged offenses to campus security and/or law enforcement, not prosecutions or convictions. Experts urge prospective students and their families to conduct their own study to assess a campus’s and surrounding area’s safety. Marquette University is a large, private university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with approximately 8,435 undergraduate students in 2019. This urban setting may be ideal for students who enjoy the fast-paced city life. Should you tire of the campus however, Marquette offers a “study abroad” program. Please note, some classes/degrees offered by Marquette can be taken “online” so keep that in mind when reviewing this report The college was founded by John Martin Henni, the first Bishop of Milwaukee. There are 1,200 academic staff members and 11,600 students at the university. There are 8,400 undergraduate students and 3,200 postgraduate students. It provides opportunities for sports such as basketball, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball. The Society of Jesus established the university. Marquette University is named after Father Jacques Marquette, SJ, a 17th-century missionary and explorer who founded the college with the primary purpose of offering cheap education to the area’s growing German immigrant community. When women were admitted in 1909, it became the world’s first co-educational university. The Higher Learning Commission has granted the university accreditation. It is one of the major Jesuit universities in the United States, as well as Wisconsin’s largest private university. Over 68 master’s and doctorate programs are available at the university. It is the state’s only dental school and offers 22 graduate certificate programs. The university offers a wide range of programs in fields such as liberal arts, law, engineering, education, and communication. The university’s varsity athletic teams are known as the Golden Eagles, and they compete in all NCAA Division I sports as members of the Big East Conference. The Helen Way Klin gler College of Arts and Sciences, as well as the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication, are among the 11 colleges and schools at Marquette University. Marquette University has somewhat competitive admissions, accepting more than three-quarters of applicants. Marquette, on the other hand, has a holistic admissions process in place, and admissions decisions are based on much more than numbers. A strong application essay and a glowing letter of recommendation, as well as participation in meaningful extracurricular activities and a rigorous course schedule, can all help your application. The college is looking for students who will make meaningful contributions to the campus community, not just students who show promise in the classroom. Applicants should keep in mind that they can supplement their application with an additional personal statement and letters of recommendation. Students with particularly compelling stories or achievements may be given serious consideration even if their grades and test scores fall outside of Marquette’s norms. The National Sports Law Institute is one of 19 academic research centers and 5 academic institutes at Marquette. The national average student-faculty ratio is 16:1, and Marquette is slightly lower than the national average. However, TAs teach approximately 30% of Marquette’s classes. According to the NCES, the total cost of attending Marquette in 2012-2013 was $46,897. This is more than $7,000 more than the national average for private, four-year colleges, which is $39,518. Furthermore, the NCES reported that the average student debt at Marquette after graduation in 2011 was $35,204. When applying to Marquette, you can use the university’s website to fill out an application, an online universal application, or an online common application. On the university website, there are links to each sort of application. Official transcripts, ACT or SAT test scores, a personal essay, a counselor recommendation, and a list of extracurricular activities are all included in a complete application packet.
In 2013, U.S. News and World Report ranked the physical therapy program as the 12th best in the country. You will be expected to finish 36 hours of common studies as an undergraduate. You can meet your academic major requirements by taking a variety of core courses. The acceptance percentage at Marquette is lower than the national average of 63.8 percent. The 4-year graduation rate is 61 percent, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), which is higher than the national average of 40 percent. When the time period is extended to six years, 81 percent of first-time, full-time undergraduate students complete their studies.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Marquette University
Scholarship Country: United States
Scholarship Worth: $2,000
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
Transfer Student Scholarships 2022 awardees will receive $2,000 each.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Transfer students can apply for scholarships at Marquette University.
- Transfer students from two-year colleges should apply for the Transfer Student Scholarships 2022.
- At least 24 credits should have been completed by the applicants.
- A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required of the candidates.
- The applicant must not be a member of Phi Theta Kappa
- Applicants for the Transfer Student Scholarships 2022 should apply to Marquette University for admission.
- After submitting an application for admission, applicants should apply for a scholarship.
- Transfer Student Scholarships 2022 recipients will receive $2,000 each.
The Marquette University US 2022 Transfer Student Scholarships is open to all International students
There is no need to submit a separate application. To evaluate eligibility, we will use the information you provide on your Executive MBA application form.
By the deadline, a complete Executive MBA application must be submitted.
The application deadline for Marquette University US 2022 Transfer Student Scholarships is March 14, 2022