Are you passionate about studying in USA. Good news! Merit Awards for International Students is currently ongoing application at Samford University. In this article, we will discuss more about the scholarship, its worth, eligibility and application process.
Merit Awards for International Students is offered for Bachelor degree in the field of all subjects offered at the university and also offered to students who have enrolled themselves for an undergraduate program at the University.
Samford University is a private Christian university in Homewood, Alabama. The university was established in 1841 as Howard College. The university is the 86th oldest institution of higher learning in the United States as it also enrolls 5,758 students from 48 states and 22 countries.
Samford University offers graduate and undergraduate and degree programs, with 170 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations. The university is divided into the School of the Arts, Howard College of Arts and Sciences, Beeson Divinity School, Brock School of Business, Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education, Moffett & Sanders School of Nursing, McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Cumberland School of Law, School of Health Professions, and School of Public Health. Approximately two-thirds of the university’s classes have less than 20 students.
The university’s campus has moved three times during its history. Initially, Howard College was located in Marion, Alabama, a black-belt town between Selma and Tuscaloosa; it was also the birthplace of Coretta Scott King.
Howard College moved twice in the town. Its second campus is now the home of Marion Military Institute. The college moved to the East Lake community in Birmingham in 1887. The university is now located 5 miles (8 km) south of downtown Birmingham in Homewood, Alabama’s Shades Valley along Lakeshore Drive in Homewood, just 2 miles (3 km) from Interstate 65.
The university is built in the Georgian Colonial style based on Colonial Williamsburg as visualized by Lena Vail Davis, beloved wife of then President Harwell Davis when the campus was moved to the Shades Valley area of Jefferson County in 1953-57. However, the campus was designed by the Birmingham architectural firm Van Keuren & Davis, and much later buildings have also been designed by the same firm, known as Davis Architects since 1986.
Samford University enrolled 3,576 undergraduate, 2,153 graduate and professional students in 2020. Scholars from 47 states and 30 countries attend Samford, with 66 percent of the undergraduate student body coming from outside the state of Alabama.
Initially, 97 percent of all May 2019 undergraduate alumni were employed or enrolled in graduate school or in internships within six months of graduation while 81 percent of May 2015 graduates completed an internship during their time at Samford. During 2015, Samford scholars completed 716,902 hours of community service. Samford University is the 87th oldest institution of higher learning in the United States.
Worth of Merit Awards for International Students
The successful candidates of Merit Awards for International Students will get educational fund from Samford University and the value of this scholarship is partial funding.
Eligibility for Merit Awards for International Students
- To be qualified for these scholarship, candidates of Merit Awards for International Students must have an offer letter from Samford University for any bachelors program to avail this scholarship.
- To be qualified for Merit Award, applying candidates must be an international students.
- Candidates of Merit Awards for International Students must exceed the admission requirements set by the University.
How to Apply for Merit Awards for International Students
If you are interested in Merit Awards for International Students and eligible for the scholarship, visit the university’s official website.
You can also apply for this scholarship here.
Application Deadline for Merit Awards for International Students
The application deadline for these scholarship December 1, 2021.
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