University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Lubar School of Business non-Resident Scholarships USA, 2022/2023
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a public university offering nearly 100 undergraduate programs. It is one of the nation’s leading analytical universities dedicated to advancing education, discovering new inventions and preparing students for the global economy. In addition, UW partners with leading Wisconsin businesses to provide students with many educational and job opportunities.
UW students have dedicated writing tutors, special advisors, non-public study areas within the library, and opportunities to interact in undergraduate analysis.
UW students can benefit from more than three hundred clubs and sports groups on the field, as well as venture off the field and in town. In the city, students can visit museums, theaters and facilities, and even take the Lake categorical ferry to Michigan. Cambridge Commons, Kenilworth square flats, Purin Hall, RiverView building and Sandburg Halls are the 5 student residence facilities operated by the University
About the scholarship:
- Host University: University of Wisconsin Lubar School of Business-Milwaukee;
- Host country: United States;
- Study level: master’s level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: Check the details below;
- Eligible countries: International students;
- Optional subjects: Business;
- Application Deadline: Scholarships are open;
The Non-Resident Scholarship is now open to all international and master’s students in business, giving them the opportunity to continue their studies at UW-Milwaukee’s Luba School of Business.
Selected nominees will receive a $2,500 scholarship to use in a nonresident graduate program at the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
In order to qualify for this scholarship, students need to be non-resident tuition payers, as well as those international applicants.
Applications for admission can be started online through the University’s portal.
Students are required to present the following documents:
- A statement describing their reasons for postgraduate study,
- Academic records of all higher education studies.
Note that each candidate must be licensed by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee or another accredited institution.
Each student needs at least two years of study time to take English language proficiency tests such as TOEFL, IELTS or CAE/CPE.
For details, please visit the official website:
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