To encourage and help students to turn their educational dreams into reality, Indiana University Bloomington is now giving them the chance to be a part of its fantastic Dean’s Scholarship. All new students admitting into an undergraduate programme at this institution will be chosen for this scholarship.
Dean’s Scholarship will be granted based on the high academic achievements of students. It will play a great role in reducing the financial burden of university education’s cost by providing exciting benefits. Moreover, it will help students to focus on studies.
Indiana University Bloomington opened its doors to students on January 20, 1820. Since then, it has grown into a leading research-intensive public institution that is deemed an ideal place to study. It has been offering life-changing education to students regardless of nationality, background, and race. At this institution, students can pick from highly ranked educational programmes. Top-ranked academics, Awe-inspiring faculty, wonderful campus life, and beautiful campus are some of the aspects that make this university the right choice for you.
Who May Be Eligible?
The following requirements must be met to be eligible for this scholarship programme:
- Candidates should be first-time incoming freshman out-of-state students;
- Participants must hold an offer on an undergraduate course in any field;
- The scholarship will be provided based on students’ academic achievements.
How to Apply
To ensure consideration for this opportunity, all you need to do is to book your place in an approved undergraduate programme at Indiana University Bloomington before the deadline. Once you have been selected to study in an eligible course, you will automatically be offered this scholarship.
The award of the scholarship ranges from $1,000 to $11,000. This award will make studying at Indiana University Bloomington more affordable for new students. Apart from this, it will boost their confidence in their ability to work toward a better future.
Applications that reach before or on November 1, 2020, will be considered.