Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Graduate scholarships @ Thunderbird

Thanks to my loyal blog contributor for sharing this.


For those who might be interested ... However, the scholarships are for tuition fees, and do not cover living expenses, etc. 

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Thunderbird is mainly known for its international/global emphasis.


Entering Student Merit Scholarships

Applicants interested in being considered for a scholarship need to submit a one page (maximum) statement explaining why you believe you would be a strong candidate for a Thunderbird scholarship. Selection is based on the essay as well as documentation submitted with your application.

The scholarship competitive applicant will present the following credentials:

  1. A GMAT of no lower than 630
  2. A university record of no lower than a 3.0 or the equivalent
  3. A minimum of 2 years of work experience in a professional capacity after completion of the undergraduate or qualifying degree
  4. International exposure or residence

Listed below are the levels of scholarships for which entering students are eligible:

  • Thunderbird Tower Scholarship: 50% of one trimester's tuition
  • Provost Scholarship: 25% tuition of the program of study
  • Founder's Scholarship: 50% tuition of the program of study
  • Trustee's Scholarship: 75% tuition of the program of study
  • Presidential Scholarship: 100% tuition of the program of study

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