USA David Mize Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Are you interested in pursuing your undergraduate education in the U.S.A.? 

The David Mize Scholarship program supports undergraduate students for four years of study at top U.S. universities. The value of the award is up to $50,000 US Dollars per year and requires that awardees secure additional outside financial support.
This merit-based scholarship seeks well-rounded students with excellent grades, high test scores, robust extracurricular activities and demonstrate leadership qualities. The scholarship is named after David Mize, former AMIDEAST/Egypt Country Director, in recognition of his leadership in the field of international education.

Has applied to at least one of the following top U.S. universities for Fall 2012:

- Harvard University
- Yale University
- Stanford University
- Princeton University
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- University of Michigan
- University of Chicago
- University of California at Berkeley
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
- Johns Hopkins University

Eligibility Requirements:
Egyptian national residing in Egypt
Current high school student applying for undergraduate studies
Committed to completing a bachelor’s degree in the U.S. within four years
Strong academic background
Actively involved in extra-curricular activities

Required Documents:
Submitted online application by February 15, 2012
TOEFL iBT score
SAT I Reasoning Test score
SAT Subject Test scores (optional)
List of all U.S. universities to which the student has applied
Copy of confirmation letters or acceptance letters received from the universities
Copy of high school records
3 recommendation letters from high school teachers
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15th, 2012


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