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Applications are invited for University of Maine Scholarships for International Students in USA to pursue undergraduate programme in USA. Application is open for international students for this scholarship in 2018.

The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.

Deadline :
  • For Spring 2018 admission – 1 November 2017
  • For Fall 2018 admission – 1 February 2018
Study in :
Providers : University of Maine
Course Level : Undergraduate
Field of Study : All Subjects

Benefits for University of Maine Scholarships:

All first-year and transfer international undergraduate applicants to the University of Maine are considered for this international scholarship valued up to US$5,000 per academic year.

Eligibility for University of Maine Scholarships:

The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for scholarship:

International first-year and transfer undergraduate students are eligible to be considered for this award. Students receiving the Canadian resident tuition rate are not eligible for this award.

 

College Admission Requirement

Entrance Requirements: International first-year and transfer undergraduate students are eligible to be considered for this award.

Test Requirements: Applicants do not need to submit SAT and ACT scores to be considered for this award.

English language Requirements: All applicants are required to submit language proficiency:

  • TOEFL: minimum score of 79 (iBT) or 550 (iTP), institution code 3916
  • IELTS: minimum score of 6.5
  • CEFR – Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: completed level C1.
  • Waived language test if:
    Native speaker of English (e.g., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, U.K.)
    SAT Verbal score is 550 or higher
    ACT English score is 24 or higher
    High school transcript clearly states that English is the language of instruction of all subjects
    Student studying in the U.S. or Canada for two or more years and not in an ESL track
    The student has successfully passed an English Composition course at a U.S. institution with a grade of C or higher, even if the student has not studied in the U.S. for two or more years.