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Application Deadline: November 1, 2020
University: University of Florida
Course Level: Undergraduate or graduate
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: NA
The award can be taken in the USA
Eligible Countries: All nationalities
Acceptable Course or Subjects: Undergraduate or graduate degree in any subject area
Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
Demonstrates outstanding academic achievement, strong leadership skills, and community engagement
How to Apply
How to Apply: To win a CALS scholarship, students must take admission for undergraduate or graduate degree at UF. After that, students can complete the online application form for the grant.
Supporting Documents: Letters of recommendation, abstract of your academic research or master’s project (2,000 words), a brief statement about your career plans (3,500 words), a pdf of your curriculum vitae/resume, and the names and email addresses of two professional or academic references.
Admission Requirements: For taking admission, applicants must have high school certificates
Language Requirement: Applicants must have proficiency in spoken and written English to study at the University of Florida.
The University of Florida will provide an educational fund to the winning candidates for the session 2020/2021.
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