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Presidential Scholarship Program @ High Point University

Eligibility
The candidates should have any graduation or postgraduation from recognised university.

Scholarship details
Presidential Fellowships: ($ 9,000 – $ 15,000) are awarded annually to qualified freshmen. The total value of the Presidential Fellowship is $ 36,000 to $ 60,000. In addition to the Presidential Fellowship, recipients receive a $ 1,000 stipend to be used toward a May-term study abroad program.

High Point Fellowships: ($ 6,000 – $ 9,000) are awarded annually to qualified freshmen. The total value of the High Point Fellowship is $ 20,000 to $ 36,000. In addition to the High Point Fellowship, recipients will receive a $ 500 stipend to be used toward a May-term study abroad program.

High Point Scholarships :($ 2,000-$ 5,000) are awarded annually to qualified freshmen. The total value of the High Point Scholarship is $ 8,000- $ 20,000. In addition to the High Point Scholarship, recipients will receive a $ 500 stipend to be used toward a May-term study abroad program)

Selection Process: Your High Point University Undergraduate Admissions Application serves as your Presidential Scholarship Application – there is no separate application that you need to submit in order to be considered for the Presidential Scholarship Program.

How to apply
The candidate can apply on online.

Last date: 03 November, 2014

For more details, please visit: http://www.highpoint.edu/admissions/tuition-fees/presidential-scholarship-program/

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