Full Tuition Wien International Scholarship – United States 2022

Written by K Fisher on January 23, 2022

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    Science
  • Country of the Scholarship

    United States
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    All
  • Scholarship amount given

    > 12000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Online
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    Tuition fees
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    Phone Number: 781-736-3700

Brandeis University is a private research university in Waltham, Massachusetts. Founded in 1948 as a non-sectarian, coeducational institution sponsored by the Jewish community, Brandeis was established on the site of the former Middlesex University.

In 2018, it had a total enrollment of 5,800 students on its suburban campus spanning 235 acres (95 hectares). The institution offers more than 43 majors and 46 minors and two-thirds of undergraduate classes have 20 students or fewer. It is classified among “R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity” and is a member of the Association of American Universities and the Boston Consortium, which allows students to cross-register to attend courses at other institutions including Boston College, Boston University, and Tufts University.

The university itself structures around progressive and liberal ideas, which has steadily grown to help the college to become known as a liberal arts school.

The College of Arts and Sciences comprises 24 departments and 22 interdepartmental programs, which, in total, offer 43 majors and 47 minors.

The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, founded in 1959, is noteworthy for its graduate programs in healthcare administration, social policy, social work, and international development. Internships, research assistantships, and other hands-on experiences are available throughout the curriculum.

The global and experiential dimensions of education at Brandeis are carried out through international centers and institutes, which sponsor lectures and colloquia and add to the ranks of distinguished scholars on campus.

The Brandeis University Press, a member of the University Press of New England, publishes books in a variety of scholarly and general interest fields. The Goldfarb Library at Brandeis has more than 1.6 million volumes and 300,000 e-journals.

In 1980, Brandeis University established the Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, the first academic center devoted to the study of Jewish life in the United States. The Cohen Center’s work spans basic research on Jewish identity to applied educational evaluation studies. The center’s recent signature studies include research with participants in Taglit-Birthright Israel, investigations of synagogue transformation, and analyses of Jewish summer camping.

CMJS research has altered the understanding of contemporary Jewish life and the role of Jewish institutions in the United States. The library also houses a large United States Government archive. Brandeis University is a part of the Boston Library Consortium, which allows its students, faculty, and staff to access and borrow books and other materials from other BLC institutions including Tufts University and Williams College.

The Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP) at Brandeis University, established in 1958, is a first-of-its-kind program bringing students from every corner of the globe to campus and engaging the entire community to be active global citizens.

The vision and generosity of its namesake, Lawrence A. and Mae L. Wien, and the entire Wien family, continues to be illustrated in the dedicated students and alumni who serve as leaders on campus and throughout the world in the areas of science, the arts, politics, business, and the humanities.

Wien Scholars are identified not only by their academic achievement, but for their contributions inside and outside of the classroom prior to, during, and after their years at Brandeis. Since its inception, the Wien International Scholarship Program has brought over 894 scholars from 115 countries to Brandeis, and its graduates continue to be committed to Brandeis University and to improving the world.

 

Eligibility

  • Students must have the minimum required GPA and must fit the criteria to receive this scholarship.
  • The scholarship is made available to international students who wish to undertake any undergraduate degree program.
  • Students from all nationalities can apply.
  • All undergraduate courses and subjects in science, the arts, politics, business, and the humanities offered by the university are eligible.
  • The applicants must be active in extracurricular activities and other non-academic activities.
  • The applicants must be enrolled and accepted into the university.

 

Requirements

Future students of this university are expected to excel academically and to continue forward in their field study research. This is an extreme requirement administered by the university to see that their college is still one of the best in the United States.

 

How to Apply

These are the outlined steps international students will need to follow:

  • The students are required to apply using the university portal.
  • The applicants can also apply through the Common Application.
  • Accepted students who fit the eligibility of the award will be considered.
  • Supporting documents will need to be acquired from the applicants.
  • Official Transcripts
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • School profile
  • Resume
  • Work experience
  • Financial documentation
  • Statement of purpose
  • The applicants must be among the top in the class and must have an average GPA of 3.83 to secure admission at Brandeis. The applicants are also required to take SAT and ACT and provide the results of the same.
  • The applicants must mandatorily submit scores of IELTS, DET, or TOEFL tests as proof of their English language proficiency.

International students would need to know that since this university is in the United States a student visa would be needed before traveling to the United States. If a student simply calls or e-mails the email provided, they will receive proper and accurate instructions on what to do to make sure they secure a student visa.

 

Reward – Extra Benefits

The selected students will be presented the award in the form of funds toward the tuition fee and the cost of study at Brandeis University. This means the university will cover the entire tuition fee and the student will not have to pay out of pocket.

Monthly living expenses and other equipment or textbook fees are not covered within this reward.

 

Deadline

The official deadline date is November 1, 2022. This date has changed in the past so it is advised to students to check the university website frequently for any changes or updates.

 

Open Window Submission Time Frame

The open window submission time frame starts in May and lasts until November 1, 2022.

Students will also learn from this university that the admissions panel works with students to find the right scholarship that works best for them. This means students should look for the right scholarship that fits the field study they are currently working towards.

 

Annual

This is an annual award that is given to the best possible recipient that academic year.


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