Students, who are wishing to earn a bachelor’s degree from a leading USA-based institution but facing a serious credit crisis, have a wonderful chance to fund their education through One-Year Incoming Freshmen Scholarships offered by Brigham Young University. These programmes are open for students who are entering BYU as freshmen with excellent academic backgrounds, especially in mathematics.
Behind offering these scholarships, the primary objective of Brigham Young University is to ensure that BYU’s education is affordable and attainable for more students. For these awards, candidates will be selected based on their academic excellence. These amazing funding programmes are managed by the mathematics department of BYU.
Brigham Young University was formed in 1875 with the mission of assisting individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life. It has always been strived toward providing students with a new kind of education that can help them create successful and meaningful professional and personal lives. It provides its students with the chance to learn both in and out of the classroom. The university has made its place among the top universities in the world due to its academically minded and internationally experienced student body, highly ranked courses, world-class teaching, and beautiful mountain location.
|Organization||Brigham Young University|
|Amount||One-year full or half tuition|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
Who May Be Eligible?
Consideration will be given to those candidates who
- Are full-time BYU students;
- Be taking part in an undergraduate course at the mathematics department of BYU;
- Declare and maintain a mathematics major;
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 during the fall semester to continue the scholarship in winter.
How to Apply
To start the application process for this scholarship, applicants need to enrol first in an undergraduate course at Brigham Young University by the admission deadline. After that, they will have access to the One-Year Incoming Freshmen Scholarship online application form.
These scholarships will only cover full or half tuition of any eligible course available at the mathematics department of BYU for one year. The applicants who fulfil all the requirements of the university can take advantage of these funding opportunities.
Applications are available until March 31, 2021.