1 June , 2020
Michigan, the United States of America
University of Michigan-Flint Global Graduate Merit Scholarship
The Global Graduate Merit Scholarship is a competitive, merit-based scholarship available to international graduate students who meet the selection criteria. Recipients are considered as cultural ambassadors and are encouraged to participate periodically at the University of Michigan-Flint activities where they engage in cultural sharing or community service activities.
- Founded in 1956 to bring the quality of a University of Michigan education to the Flint area, UM-Flint is dedicated to helping students turn their ambitions into reality.
- The total number of scholarships awarded will be dependent upon funds available.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Accounting (MSA)
- Anesthesia (Entry-Level DNAP)
- Arts Administration (MA)
- Biology (MS)
- Business (Post-Master’s Certificate)
- Business Administration (MBA)
- Computer Science & Information Systems (Joint BS/MS, MS)
- Data Science
- Information Security
- Early Childhood Education (MA)
- Education (Ed.D.)
- Educational Administration (MPA)
- English Language & Literature (MA)
- Health Care Management (MS)
- Mechanical Engineering
- Occupational Therapy (OTD)
- Public Health (Joint BS/MPH, MPH)
- Physical Therapy (MS, Ph.D.)
- Physician Assistant (MS)
- Leadership & Organizational Dynamics (MS)
- Liberal Studies in American Culture (MA)
- Mechanical Engineering (MSE)
- Public Administration (MPA)
- Public Health ( Joint BS/MPH, MPH)
To see the full list of specialties, you can check the Graduates programs page.
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- The scholarship can be awarded up to two years (fall and winter terms only), or until graduation requirements are met, whichever occurs first.
- Scholarship applicants must be newly admitted international “F” visa-seeking students at the University of Michigan-Flint.
- To be considered, applicants must be admitted by June 1 for the following fall semester.
- Minimum recalculated an incoming GPA of 3.25 (4.0 scale).
- Students must be degree-seeking at the University of Michigan-Flint.
- Renewable with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 at the University of Michigan-Flint.
- Students must maintain full-time status (at least eight credits)* during the fall and winter semesters of the award year(s).
- Scholarships will be applied directly to the student’s tuition account.
- International Students are expected to maintain lawful immigration status according to the guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
- Students who meet the following admission conditions must still enroll in at least eight credits as well:
– Enrolled in a Rackham Program (MPA, Liberal Studies, Arts Administration)
– Receive a Graduate Student Research Assistantship (GSRA)
- If you withdraw or leave UM-Flint for any reason, your scholarship will automatically terminate.
- If you plan to leave for a study abroad program or health reasons, you may write an appeal to have your scholarship postponed for up to one term.
- Students receiving an agency or government scholarship where full tuition and fees are covered and non-immigrants eligible for need-based financial aid are not eligible for this award.
- The University of Michigan-Flint reserves the right to reduce and will restrict the awarding of university-funded
scholarships and grants if a recipient receives scholarships and/or grants that cover tuition and fees (in full or part) regardless of the way the student is awarded.
- The total value of the scholarship is $10000.
First Step: Apply for an admission offer by:
- Paying a non-refundable application fee of $55.
- Send your official transcripts directly to the following address:
University of Michigan-Flint
Office of Graduate Programs
251 Thompson Library
303 E Kearsley Street
Flint, MI 48502-1950
Institutions may send official electronic transcripts to FlintGradOffice@umich.edu.
- Submit letters of recommendation via email or post, you can see this guide to get detailed instructions.
- If required, upload your resume here.
Second Step: The Office of Graduate Programs will automatically consider entering international graduate-level students
seeking an “F” visa; no additional application is required.
For more information about the scholarship, you can check this pdf file.
- To see the detailed application steps, check this file.
- For more information about this scholarship, check this file.
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