St. Andrew'S Society Of Washington, D.C. Scholarships, University Of Minnesota
St. Andrew's Society of Washington, D.C. Scholarships
- Geographic Region:
- Type of Experience Abroad:
- Academic Subject:
- Business/Management, Communication/Cultural Studies/Literature, Education, Engineering/Math/Computer & Physical Sciences, Languages, Social Sciences/Human Services, Visual Arts/Performing Arts
- Program Duration/Term Abroad:
- Academic Level:
- Undergraduate, Graduate
- Diversity-Based Eligibility:
- Home Institution:
- U of M and Non-U of M Students
- To be eligible, U.S. students must reside or attend school within 200 miles of Washington, D.C. This is defined as the District of Columbia and the states of Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.
The Washington Scots Charity and Education Fund of the Saint Andrew's Society of Washington, D. C., will accept applications for scholarships to be awarded to men and women of Scottish descent for the third or fourth year of college or university or full time graduate study. Two special scholarships foster study between the United States and Scotland. The James and Mary Dawson scholarship of $5,000 is open to Scots coming to the United States for graduate work, while The Donald Malcolm MacArthur scholarship of $2,500 is available to U.S. residents planning study in Scotland or Scots planning study in the U.S. For a recent year, there were nine awards totaling $15,000. Please see website for more information about these scholarshipsContact
- Applications will be accepted up to March 15, and scholarship awards will be announced by May 31. All applicants must be able to cite their Scottish descent and must submit a statement of their plans and goals.
- Additional Contact Info:
- Peter Clepper, Chairman
Charity and Education Committee
St. Andrew's Society of Wash. D.C.
7823 Overhill Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
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Princeton University - United StatesWebsite:http://www.standrewsny.org/standrews/content/scholarship-program Princeton Deadline: November 22, 2013 National Deadline: December 15, 2013 Adviser: Dr. Deirdre Moloney, firstname.lastname@example.org