Undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships King & Amy O’Malley Trust from the Edith Cowan University, Australia 2020
Edith Cowan University, Australia is giving an opportunity to apply for the King & Amy O’Malley Trust international awards. Edith Cowan University will offer 30 scholarships each year to eligible students. The award offers a payment of $7,500 for postgraduate students and $5,000 for undergraduates. The program is awarded to both domestic and international students. The educational award supports excellent students who want to commence undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in tertiary Economics or related areas. Edith Cowan University is an Australian public university that offers innovative and practical courses across a variety of disciplines.
The University of Idaho, the U.S. is offering scholarships for international students who want to participate in undergraduate degree programs in business, accounting, finance, art, science, engineering… All the eligible candidates will receive the award amount of $15,084 for the academic year 2020-21. The award is renewable up to four years of undergraduate enrollment for first-year recipients with a 2.5 minimum University of Idaho cumulative GPA. The University of Idaho has been working as a center of top-level higher education and research in 71 years. It comprises ten colleges that provide over 300-degree programs for undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of fields. It has a total enrollment of 11,926 students. The university has a world-class campus where you can find academic blocks, a library, parking areas, spaces for sports that can fill your college experience with good memories.
Jeonbuk National University, South Korea is offering some scholarships on any undergraduate degree program available at the school. Eligible candidates will get a 25% to 100% waiver on the fee of any approved undergraduate course. Established in 1947 by the provincial fund, Jeonbuk National University is a flagship national university for the Jeollabuk-do province. With 32,000 students, 3% of whom are international students, 2,400 professors, 12 graduate schools, it is a comprehensive institution in South Korea. This higher education institution is quite popular among international students. It is included in the top 20 universities of South Korea. It provides its students with high-quality learning, research, and support facilities.