Miami University is offering variable scholarships with total value worth approximately RM321,708.63 or USD75,000 for its first-year programme tuition fees only.
Miami University merit scholarships are highly competitive for entry in its International First-Year (freshman) Programme at its Regional Campuses in Hamilton or Middletown. The academic qualifications determining scholarship awards are dependent on the academic strength of the applicant.
Students can begin their first year on the regional campuses and finish their degree here or; after meeting required criteria to relocate, can opt to complete their degree at the Oxford campus.
All qualified application received before the end of the closing date will be considered for scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first served basis until available scholarship funds have been exhausted. Scholarships will be awarded based on merit at the sole discretion of the School.
(Currency conversion for scholarship value is based on the 26 June 2017 exchange rate of USD$1 = RM4.29)
At A Glance
|Institution Name||Miami University|
|Country Of Institution||United States|
|Offered To Following Country/s||
|Scholarship Type||Merit Based|
|No of Scholarships Available||15|
|Per Scholarship Value||USD $2,000 to USD$5,000|
|Total Scholarship Value||USD $75,000|
|Test Requirement||All Test|
Eligibility Criteria1. All scholarship applicants must sign up as student in Scholarships2u.com and sit for the Scholarship Benchmark Test online. 2. A minimum of GPA 3.0+ grades in A-Level, Diploma or equivalent 3. Language requirement for direct admission IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 80. Applicants shall submit certified true copy of their recent exam result upon request. 4. Open to students aged 18 years and above. 5. Student will be subjected to an interview. 6. Scholarship covers tuition fees only. Terms and conditions may apply.
Miami University is a ‘Public Ivy University’ with 200 year’s history and is one of 10 America’s oldest public universities. The main campus is located in Oxford, Ohio in the USA with regional campuses locations nearby in Middletown and Hamilton.