The studentship is available for brilliant aspirants from North Carolina, Georgia, or Virginia to study the undergraduate degree coursework at the university.
Unlock your future with the George McElveen International Scholarship offered by the University of St Andrews and take a step towards your bright future in the UK.
At University of St Andrews, you can get the opportunity to embrace new perspectives and challenge your own ideas while exploring a wide range of subjects. It offers a wonderful opportunity to experience different cultures in a new setting.
The University of St Andrews offers a unique experience for international students. It provides an intimate and friendly environment for your study abroad adventures. It is the oldest of the four ancient universities in Scotland.
Undergraduate degree program.
Field of Study:
Undergraduate degree in any subject offered by the university.
The sponsorship will be awarded worth up to £8,000 per year towards your tuition fees.
Candidates from North Carolina, Georgia, or Virginia.
The eligibility criteria are as follows;
The applicant must be applying for the bachelor’s degree program at the university in session 2020-2021. Candidate must have a financial need.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- For being accepted to this studentship, aspirants are demanded to take affirmation in the undergraduate degree coursework at the University of St Andrews. After taking confirmation, seekers can access the application form through Scholarships and Funding within My Application (applicant portal).
- For being admitted in the undergraduate degree program, aspirants are needed to complete at least one year in full-time higher education by the point of intended entry to St Andrew’s, a minimum average grade of 3.2 (on a US 4.0 GPA scale) or equivalent. Candidates are also recommended to meet the entry requirements of the university.
- An interest in golf, indicated by the submission on the application of a short essay (200 words maximum) explaining this interest.
- To ensure that all students can benefit fully from their chosen program, applicants must provide evidence of their ability to speak and write English effectively.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
March 18, 2020.