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About The Scholarship:
- Host University: Lubar School of Business University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee;
- Host Country: USA;
- Study Level: Masters Level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Value: Check the details below;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Subjects available: Business;
- Deadline for application: The Scholarship is open;
The Non-Residents’ Scholarships are open to all International and Masters’s students in the area of Business to have the chance to continue their studies within the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
The winners will be awarded an award of $2,500 to the non-resident graduate programs in the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.
To be accepted for this scholarship, applicants must be non-resident tuition payers and those who are applicants from abroad.
Admission applications can be made online via the portal of the university.
The following documents must be presented to be submitted by students:
- A statement that explains the motivation to pursue graduate studies.
- Academic records from all post-secondary studies.
Please be aware that every candidate must be licensed by the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee or another accredited institution.
Conditions of Language:
At least two years of education are required of each student to be able to take an English proficiency test in the language like the TOEFL, CAE/CPE, or IELTS.
Please visit the official website for more details: https://uwm.edu/business/students/current/graduate/international/