University of Findlay is a Christian independent university located in Findlay, Ohio, and founded in 1882 by a cooperative arrangement between the General Conference of the Churches of God and Findlay City.
The university of Findlay offers about 60 bachelor’s degree courses, 10 master’s degree programs as well as four PhD programs. Almost 4,200 students at Findlay are from around 35 different nations, along with a population of about 500 international students.
University of Findlay is approved by the Commission on Higher Education and national certifying agencies for sports coaching, business, environment health science and safety, language learning, intense English, medical practice, nuclear technology, healthcare, nursing, physical and occupational treatment, pharmaceutical, physiotherapy, health care, community service, social work, fitness and conditioning, and teaching, English language training for people who speak other languages.
Selected students will receive a $12,000 grant from Findlay University.
- Host University: University of Findlay.
- Host Country: United States of America.
- Study Level: Undergraduate Students.
- Scholarship Type: Limited financial support.
- Scholarship Worth: 12,000$.
- Eligible Countries: International Students.
- Available Subjects: All Subjects.
- Application Deadline: The Scholarship is Open.
To be accepted, candidates should possess a secondary school diploma of higher academic standing with an exceptional record of accomplishment.
The university offers options that are determined by the student’s GPA.
In order to be accepted into the university program, applicants must be registered in the bachelor’s program through the university’s application platform or a joint submission to the university. A separate scholarship request is not needed for the award.
The university can request a passport and a bank account transcript that details the availability of financial resources and academic records from all schools formerly enrolled in the program.
Applicants should hold a past academic record of excellent grades (GPA).
Candidates must present formal evidence of their English ability in a TOEFL (61), IELTS (6.0), item (3.5) or PTE Academic (50) score.