MSU announces scholarships for Indian students
Missouri State University of US has announced tuition fee waiver on non-resident fees for Indian students hoping to study at the university. The Indian students at the university’s can benefit from the Out-of-State Fee Waiver Program worth $6000 annually, announced for students taking 30 credit hours per year.
In addition, the University is also offering the Missouri Outreach Graduate Opportunity (MOGO) Scholarship, in which a partial remission of out-of-state fees is provided to full-time graduate students. This scholarship is available to students admitted into an eligible and select graduate program.
The eligibility for the Out-of-State Fee Waiver Program is a minimum SATscore of 1090 (sum of the Critical Reading and Math portions only). While for the MOGO Scholarship, a student must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.25, in addition to GRE or GMAT scores. The students also has to be a a first-time graduate student admitted into an eligible program at the Missouri State University.
Stephen H Robinette, Vice President, MSU, said, “Missouri State University is committed to developing educated global citizens, and we would like more Indians to be a part of the university as we believe they have a lot of talent. With our initiatives on scholarships and exchange programmes, we would like to make studying at MSU more accessible to potential Indian students. At MSU, we believe in imparting world-class education, and in an effort to make it available to the students in India as well, we are also exploring tie-ups with some reputed schools to introduce elective subjects in class XII.”
MSU has also announced admissions for their Master of Science in Administrative Studies (MSAS) programme. The programme focuses on areas like cyber security, applied communication, criminal justice, homeland security, environmental management, sports management, and producing and screenwriting.
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