$30,000 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Scholarship in Social Sciences at The University of Washington – 2021

Published Date: October 13, 2021

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    All
  • Country of the Scholarship

    United States
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2021
  • Type of scholarship

    Ph.D. scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    > 12000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Offline
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    All
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    help@uw.edu

    Key Numbers

Description:

The University of Washington Offers Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Scholarship in Social Sciences for successful international students. The academic year 2021-2022.

The University of Washington, UW, is a public research university in Seattle. UW educates a diverse student body to become responsible global citizens and future leaders through a challenging learning environment informed by cutting-edge scholarships. 

Discover timely solutions to the world’s most complex problems and enrich the life of the community.

Title to Receive: Doctorate

Place of Study: United States

Offeror: University of Washington

Language(s): English

Modality: Face-to-face

Application Deadline: 11/15/2021

Number of Scholarships: 21

Courses to Study:

Accounting
Aerospace
Agriculture and Related Sciences
American History
American Jewish History
American Literature
American Politics
American Studies
Anthropology
Archaeology
Architecture and Environmental Design
Area and Ethnic Studies
Art History
Arts and Culture
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Aviation/Aerospace
Behavioral Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology
Biomedical Humanities
Biotechnology
Business and Management
Business Law
Chemistry
Child Development
Classics
Cognitive Science
Communication Technologies
Communications and Journalism
Comparative Law
Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Science
Conflict Management
Conflict Resolution
Construction Trades
Corporate Law
Creative Writing
Curatorial Studies
Dance
Democracy
Earth Science
Ecology
Economics
Education
Engineering
Engineering 3-2
Engineering-Related Technologies
English as a Second Language
Environmental Policy
Environmental Policy, Curatorial Studies, Master of Arts in Teaching
Environmental Studies
Equestrian Studies
European Studies / EU Studies
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
Fashion Marketing & Management
Film
Finance
Fine Arts
Food Technologies
Foreign Languages
French
Geography
German-American Relations
Governance / Civil Society
Government
Greek Studies
Health Professions
Health Studies
History
Horticulture
Human Resource Development
Human Rights
Humanities
Imaging Science/ Color Science
Information Technology
Intensive English
International Development
International Education
International Law
International Management
International Relations
Islamic Studies
Journalism
Law
Leadership
Liberal/General Studies
Library & Archival Sciences
Life Sciences
Linguistics
Literacy
Literature
Malaysian Studies
Management
Marine Engineering
Maritime Law
Maritime Studies
Marketing
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Mathematics
Mechanics and Repairers
Medicine
Metal Mining
Metallurgy
Military Technologies
Minerals Industry
Minority Rights
Molecular Biology
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
Museum Studies
Music
Natural Disaster Research
Natural Resources and Conservation
Natural Sciences
Neuroscience
Nursing
Ocean and Resource Management
Oceanography
Optics
Pacific Islands Studies
Paleontology
Parks and Recreation
Peace Studies
Philosophy and Religion
Photography
Photojournalism
Photonics
Physical Sciences
Physics
Policy Research
Political Science
Precision Production
Psychology
Psychometric
Public Administration
Public Affairs
Public Health
Public Law
Public Policy
Religion/Theology
Residency Programs
Science
Science Technologies
Security and Protective Services
Social Justice
Social Movements
Social Science
Social Service
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Speech and Debate
Statistics
Tax Law
TESOL
Theater
Translation and Interpretation
Transportation and Material Moving
Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences
U.S. Foreign Policy
Urban Planning
Veterinary Medical Technology
Visual and Performing Arts
Waste Minimization and Management
Women’s Studies

Package Offered:

  • The scholarship offers $ 30,000 for twelve months.
  • The scholarship does not cover travel expenses, medical insurance or study materials.

Requirements):

  • Eligible Course (s): Ph.D. in Humanities and Social Sciences, Ethical or Religious Values ​​at UW.
  • Applicants must complete their application before the deadline, including approval of the dissertation proposal.
  • To apply, students must log in to the university’s graduate application portal. Scholarship applications must be submitted online.
  • Students must submit the following documents: Ph.D. transcripts;
  • Three letters of recommendation; Proposal document; CV.
  • For admission, students must have earned at least a 3.0-grade point average (on a 4-point scale) from a regionally accredited college or university in the US or its equivalent from a foreign institution on a master’s certificate or bachelor’s degree.
  • Students must submit scores on the following English language proficiency tests: TOEFL IBT – 92; TOEFL PBT – 580; TOEFL CBT – 237 or IELTS – 7.0.

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