Currently closed for applications
The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, School of Education is now on the lookout for academically apt students who want to apply for the full tuition Scholarships for the 2018/2019 academic intake.
The scholarship committee will award the strongest candidates in terms of academic trackrecord. For the 2017/2018 intake alone, estimated $400,000 have been prepared. The candidates enrolling at the School of Education are entitled to those money. The average award is estimated at $2,077. More specifically, the scholarships range between $500 up to full tuition.
In order to qualify, however, a fair list of criteria will need to be met, including an average GPA of 3.0 (this amount includes transfer credits). Moreover, you will need to submit your free application of federal student aid (FAFSA), if it is applicable. There are more obligations to fulfil, such as listing your résumé. You must also be registered for at least six credit each semester you intend to be receiving the scholarship.
The eligibility requirements are subject to a change and you will need to stay up to date by checking the scholarship’s page regularly to make sure you are informed.
The deadline is all set for 8 December 2017.