The University of North Florida is recruiting candidates from across the globe to participate in the 2020-21 academic session for Global Students Admission Program.
The program is available to talented students from across the globe who will continue in the United States for undergraduate degree program.
The University of North Florida was founded in 1965, and is a public university in Jacksonville, Florida. The university ranks amongst the best five universities in the United States, offering different graduate courses for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees.
The goal of UNF is to help aspiring and potential students achieve educational, financial, and career goals. We provide the opportunity to inspire students to become independent thinkers.
Undergraduate degree plan.
Field of Study:
The grant will be given for any subject that the university offers.
- The University of North Florida will award the applicants an educational reward of between $5,000 – $12,000.
- The financing will automatically be renewed on a limited basis, subject to enrollment and academic standing, for the summer terms.
Candidates from all nationalities qualify for the award.
The conditions for qualification is as follows;
- Must be a foreign candidate.
- Should be a newly enrolled student at UNF.
- Candidates should be able to qualify for an F-1 or J-1 visa and need to be in a good educational position.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application advice is intended for candidates who wish to apply for a scholarship:
- Candidates must participate in the UNF Bachelor’s degree course to support themselves with this academic scholarship. You should access the grant application form after being accepted and submit it to the International Center at email@example.com or the University of North Florida; 1 UNF Drive; Student Union Building 58 East, Room 2300; Jacksonville, FL 32224.
- Specific Description – In this portion, explain your history, why you have chosen UNF or how this qualification will influence your career, recommendation letter and approved academic documents.
- Candidates must present uniform SAT and ACT test scores.
- If your mother tongue is not English, candidates must prove their competency in English.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
February 1, 2020.