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University of Miami Stamps Scholarships 2024 in the United States (Fully Funded)

Opportunity Deadline

November 1, 2024
Bachelor Degree
All Nationalities
Male, Female, Both
United States

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University of Miami Stamps Scholarships 2024 in the United States (Fully Funded)

Applications for the University of Miami Stamps Scholarships 2024 in the United States (Fully Funded) are open to all nationals to study abroad. Both males and females can apply for this scholarship. The offered level of study Bachelor’s degree. Through this scholarship, students can study offered courses by the University. The University of Miami has offered this scholarship to International students. The deadline for this scholarship is  November 1, 2024.

The Stamps Scholarship is UM’s most prestigious merit award available to students at the University of Miami. This scholarship is awarded to exceptional and academically accomplished high school seniors.

 

Stamps Scholars receive a merit award equivalent to the full cost of attendance for four years of undergraduate study. The award includes tuition and fees, on-campus housing, a meal plan, University health insurance, textbooks, a laptop allowance, and access to a $12,000 enrichment fund, which may be used toward study abroad, undergraduate research, unpaid internships, and other educational pursuits. (Enrichment fund expenses are subject to prior approval by the Office of the Provost.)

Additional benefits of the Stamps Scholarship include being part of the Stamps Scholars on-campus and national communities, funding to support academic and scientific research projects, cultural and leadership programs, study abroad, conventions and other regional conferences, and invitations to online events and networking opportunities. Apply now for Oxford Executive Diploma Scholarship in the United Kingdom 2024

Details about University of Miami Stamps Scholarships 2024 in the United States (Fully Funded)

  • Stamps Scholarship Host Country: USA
  • University or Organization: University of Miami
  • Course Level: Undergraduate Degree
  • Scholarship Coverage: Fully-Funded
  • Eligibility: International students
  • Deadline: November 1, 2024

Requirements of University of Miami Stamps Scholarships 2024 in the United States (Fully Funded)

  • A candidate must meet the general admission requirement and prepare all the relevant documents at the time of admission.
  • A candidate must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate study at the University of Miami, USA
  • A candidate must demonstrate English language skills.
  • A candidate must have a secondary school certificate or equivalent.

Available courses

  • Accounting.
  • Business Studies.
  • Art.
  • Biology.
  • Marine Science.
  • Sports Science.
  • Civil Engineering.
  • Computer Science.
  • Health and Fitness.
  • Marine Engineering.

Benefits of Stamps Scholarship in the USA 2024-2025

  • The funding program will cover the full cost of attendance for 4 years of study.
  • Tuition and fees
  • On-campus housing
  • A meal plans
  • University health insurance
  • textbooks
  • laptop allowance,
  • $12,000 enrichment fund.

Supporting Documents:

  • High school Diploma Certificate
  • Official High School transcripts
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Test Scores

How to Apply for the University of Miami Stamps Scholarship 2024-2025?

  • Visit the University of Miami’s application portal and create an account if you haven’t already done so.
  • Fill out the required sections of the application form, including personal information, academic history, extracurricular activities, and any additional questions specific to the University of Miami.
  • If you choose to submit ACT and/or SAT scores, either request official scores to be sent directly from the testing agency or self-report your scores on the Common Application. Use the provided codes to ensure your scores are properly submitted.
  • If you attended high school in the US, request that your high school transcripts be sent directly to the University of Miami Office of Undergraduate Admission via email or Mailing Address.
  • Ensure that your high school guidance counselor completes the School Report. This report may include information about your academic performance, extracurricular activities, and personal qualities.
  •  Request a letter of recommendation from a school teacher or counselor using the Common Application. Make sure the letter provides insights into your academic abilities, character, and potential for success at the University of Miami.
  • If applicable, complete and submit the International Financial Certification Form to demonstrate your ability to cover the costs of attending the University of Miami.
  •  Review the scholarship requirements to ensure you have completed all necessary steps and provided all required documents.
  •  Once all components of the application are complete, submit your application through the online portal before the specified deadline.
  •  After submitting your application, periodically check your email and application portal for any updates or requests for additional information from the University of Miami admissions office.
  •  Wait for notification from the University of Miami regarding your admission status and whether you have been selected as a recipient of the Stamps Scholarship.

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