Clark University, located in Worcester, Massachusetts, which is the second biggest New England city, is an America research university that is just 1 hour away from Boston and adjacent to the University Part. The university offers wide range of scholarship programs that can cater to undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students. One of these scholarships is the Global Scholars Program for Undergraduates.
The Global Scholars Program for Undergraduates in Clark University is provided to students who have demonstrated excellent level of spoken and written English. The program is comprised of several awards and financial funding. The student who will qualify for this scholarship will receive at least $5,000 annually so $20,000 for the entire four years of for the entire education of funding.
Global Scholars Program Scholarship also offers taxable stipend of $2,500, which can be used either for research assistantship or paid internship, which can be credited on the summer after the student’s junior or sophomore year. In addition to the stipend, there is also the Global Scholars Mentor Program, where students will be assigned to specific faculty adviser, who will also receive additional guidance from alumni leadership mentors and school staff.
This scholarship can be applied to by eligible students, who are first year international students. For requirements, interested students must have high school degree and submit one of the test scores, from SAT/ACT scores to CEEB, ACT, and CSS profile. For non-English applicants, they would need score at least 26 in ACT, 650 on SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing Section, 600 on SAT Critical Reading Section, 6.5 on IELTS, and 75 on TOEFL iBT.