Fund your graduate-level education with the help of this amazing Tuition Award offered by DePaul University’s College of Communication. This funding programme is open only for new students starting a College of Communication graduate programme in autumn, winter, or spring quarters.
The primary motive of this scholarship programme is to attract top talents from across the United States for DePaul University’s College of Communication and support their graduate-level education by lessening their financial burden. This tuition award will not only enable students to obtain further education but also motivate them to maintain a good academic record.
Opened by the Vincentians in 1898, DePaul University has become the Nation’s Largest Catholic University providing education to around 22,064 students who belong to different parts of the world. It offers over 130 undergraduate and over 175 graduate programmes across its ten colleges and schools. Apart from academic programmes, students can also explore other things like campus housing, social events, athletics, internships, and more at this institution. Liberal Arts and humanities, accounting, and finance are its most popular courses.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Candidates who stand on these norms will be eligible to apply:
- Entrants should be new students starting a College of Communication graduate program in Autumn, Winter or Spring quarters;
- Participants must be domestic students.
How to Apply
All interested candidates are advised to apply first for admission in an eligible course at DePaul University’s College of Communication. Once, they have successfully received an offer to study in an approved course at university, they can eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The total value of the scholarship award is $6,300 towards a twelve-course graduate programme and $6,825 towards a thirteen-course graduate programme. Receiving this funding support will help you pursue your graduate education at DePaul University.
Application deadlines vary depending on the programme you are applying for.