2013 Laurette Kirstein Scholarship For Africans taking place in the USA


2013 Laurette Kirstein Scholarship For Africans

The UIC Office of International Services is pleased to offer scholarship Laurette Kirstein for Fall 2013-Spring 2014 academic year. Five awards of $ 5,000 each (in the form of credit to student account for tuition, books, living expenses) are offered to international students who demonstrate academic excellence and meet the following requirements:

1. * A foreign student currently enrolled full-time at UIC continues to be a undergraduate or graduate

2. A minimum GPA of 3.5/4.0 UIC

3. Must have completed at least one semester of courses at UIC at the time of application

* The term “international student” includes any student enrolled at UIC is not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who has a status of non-immigrant visa, and maintains his / her status. In addition to these individuals who entered the United States with student visas, this population includes students with dependency who are eligible to enroll full-time in a program.

Applicants must submit the following documents for a complete application:

Application – The application includes a brief description of your financial situation and personal presentation.

-Two letters of recommendation from professors – Letters of UIC and staff are preferred. All letters should address your academic and professional skills should not come from family or friends. Letters can be sent directly to the address below, by email at oisscholarships@uic.edu, submitted by the applicant or attached to the electronic application form.

Applications missing any of the above will be considered incomplete and will not advance in the competition.

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