St. Francis College is providing an award amount of $6,500 for high achieving students during their study at the Institution through the International-Based Scholarships
Why would you like to study at St. Francis College? SFC prepares students to take their places as leaders in their fields and to become contributing members of society. The college provides quality, accessibly-priced education to students from the five boroughs of New York City and well beyond.
The addition of the Anthony J. Genovesi Center in 2003 offers students additional opportunities to participate and watch athletic events while the $40 million Frank and Mary Macchiarola Academic Center which opened in 2006, houses a library, numerous smart classrooms, HDTV studio, and black box theater.
Today the School has more than 2,600 students and 20,000 alumni. They come primarily from Brooklyn and the other boroughs of New York City, although their diverse backgrounds represent some 80 countries. A record 450 undergraduate and graduate degrees were conferred in the liberal arts and sciences in May of 2012. Many distinguished public servants, scientists, lawyers, business professionals, and teachers call St. Francis College alma mater, as do many of the priests and nuns within the Dioceses of Brooklyn-Queens and Rockville Centre.
Eligibility criteria for the International-Based Scholarships.
- Applicants must have a High School grade point average (GPA) once converted to the U.S. grading system
- Applicants must be international students
- Applicants must provide TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, PTE or ITEP exam results.
Eligible Countries: All International applicants are eligible.
Type: Undergraduate degree
Value of Award: $6,500
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Method of Application: Applicants must take admission in the undergraduate degree program at the university. After that, you can apply for the award.
Application Deadline: The application for this grant is open for the academic session 2022/2023.