Deadline:

Fall Semester: 

  • First-Year, Early Action:1 November 2019.
  • First-Year, Regular Action:1 December 2019.
  • Transfer Applicants:1 February 2020.

Location:

United States of America.

(Partially Funded)

Description

International Chancellor’s Scholarship at Rutgers University, USA

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading national research university and the state of New Jersey’s preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education. Established in 1766, the university is the eighth oldest higher education institution in the United States. More than 70,000 students and 23,400 full- and part-time faculty and staff learn, work, and serve the public at Rutgers locations across New Jersey and around the world.

More Details

Rutgers university is a major public research university with more than 150 undergraduate majors and more than 400+ graduate degree programs, a terrific location in the heart of the Northeast, and an international reputation as a top-100 world university. As the University of New Jersey, Rutgers is dedicated to teaching that meets the highest standards of excellence, to conducting research that breaks new ground, and to providing services, solutions, and clinical care that help individuals and the local, national, and global communities where they live.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

The colleges available in the scholarship are:

  • Arts and Sciences.
  • Business.

You can know more about majors found in those colleges from here.

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

4 Years.

  • All Undergraduate International Chancellor’s Scholarships are renewable if the student maintains a 2.5 GPA at Rutgers University–Camden.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

Decisions are based on a holistic review and with primary emphasis on an applicant’s academic promise as demonstrated by:

  • Completion of required entrance subjects
  • Academic performance in high school or its equivalent:
  • Strength of academic program (number/type of academic, honors, or advanced placement courses completed)
  • Grades and grade trends
  • Weighted grade-point average(s)
  • Cumulative rank, when available
  • SAT and/or ACT scores
  • English Proficiency Examination results, when required

We also consider the following factors:

  • Personal essay
  • Participation in programs designed for college preparation
  • Extracurricular activities, including community and volunteer work
  • U.S. military service
  • Honors, awards, and other achievements
  • Employment history

Transfer Applicants

Decisions are based on a holistic review and with primary emphasis on an applicant’s academic promise as demonstrated by:

  • Strength of academic program
  • Grade trends
  • Cumulative grade-point average (GPA)
  • Number of credits completed
  • English Proficiency Examination results, when required

We also consider the following factors:

  • Personal essay
  • Extracurricular activities, including community and volunteer work
  • Honors, awards, and other achievements
  • Employment history

Transfer students are expected to have completed specific required entrance subjects; if necessary, completed college courses may be used to satisfy high school course requirements.

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • Chancellor’s Award: $10,000 ($5,000/semester).
  • Chancellor’s Merit Award: $12,000 ($6,000/semester), or $15,000 ($7,500/semester).

You can know more about funding from this link.

How to Apply

Step One:Complete the Undergraduate Admissions Application.

Step Two: Pay the $70 application fee online or by mail.

Step Three: Submit the online Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR), if you are a current high school student.

Step Four: Submit official high school transcripts/examination results (Transcripts must be the official, original document or a certified true copy. Transcripts not in English must be accompanied by a translation verified by a language professor or professional translator). 

Step Five: Submit official transcripts from all college or universities attended (All records must be official, original documents or certified true copies. Documents not in English must be accompanied by a translation verified by a language professor or professional translator).

Step Six: Submit proof of English proficiency (if your high school is in a country where English is not the principal language. Students who do not meet the minimum English score requirements or who believe they need additional help with their English skills may wish to apply for conditional admission. Learn more about requirements for English proficiency from this link).

Step Seven: Submit SAT/ACT test scores (if your native language is English, if you are currently attending high school in the United States, attending an accredited American school outside the United States, or if you wish to be considered for a merit scholarship. Scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to Rutgers. Unofficial test scores cannot be accepted. When requesting your scores, use Rutgers’ SAT code of 2765 or our ACT code of 2592. The ACT score must include the writing component).

Step Eight: Apply for your visa after you have been accepted to admission to Rutgers.

Note 1: Applicants are considered for this scholarship when their application for admission is reviewed. No additional application is required.

Note 2: All required documentation should be mailed to: Office of Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions, Rutgers University–Camden, 406 Penn Street, Camden, NJ 08102-1400 USA.

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More Details

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This Scholarship Published by:
Ahmed Elgarf / Egypt

Reviewed by” Manar Khattab/Egypt
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team