The Miriam J. Kelley African Scholarship Grant Program is intended to encourage MSU African students (women are strongly urged to apply) to study at MSU and in turn make a contribution to the development of their country
Two annual awards to encourage MSU African students to enhance their studies and make a contribution to the development of their country. Women are strongly urged to apply.
The Miriam J. Kelley African Scholarship can make at least two awards annually of up to $1,000. The number of awards made and actual award amounts depend on the quality of proposals and the resources available in the fiscal year in which funds are proposed for expenditure.Table of Content
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Successful candidate will be awarded $1,000 to enhance their studies and make a contribution to the development of their country.
Selection Criteria: Proposals may request support for tuition or for other educational expenses such as research gathering or dissertation writing. Personal, education related or family expenses will also be considered. Proposals requesting partial support to attend a professional conference will also be considered.
Applications may be submitted at any time, but must be presented by July 15 every year. Send applications to:
Office for International Students and Scholars, 103 International Center.
The application consists of 2 parts, a narrative and 2 supporting letters.
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