- Gender MaleFemale
- Eligible Region/ CountriesInternational
- Medium of Instruction English
The University of Detroit Mercy is the US’s most prominent institution, founded in 1877. It provides over a hundred academic degrees and courses in clinical psychology, business, dentistry, education, law, engineering, architecture, nursing, and allied health.
A crucial component of your comprehensive search for your ideal school is locating financial options to help you cover some of the expenses you will pay. You could consult your government and local organizations if you want resources. International students may be eligible for institutional financial aid at Detroit Mercy (not including ALCP coursework). Students who are neither qualified noncitizens nor U.S. citizens do not qualify for federal or state support in the United States.
- Provided by: the University of Detroit Mercy
- Host Country: USA
- Type: Scholarship
- Eligible Nations: International
- Freshman: senior in high school or never went to college after high school.
- Transfer: formerly enrolled in a 2- or 4-year university and seeking a second bachelor’s degree.
- Graduate: own a bachelor’s degree and wish to pursue a master’s or higher degree.
- High School Dual Enrolled: Seniors and juniors currently enrolled in high school concurrently enrolled at Detroit Mercy.
- Readmission: wanted to enroll in Detroit Mercy again at the same level as before. Notes on readmits:
-You cannot be readmitted if you received your Bachelor’s degree from Detroit Mercy and wish to pursue a graduate degree there.
-Students returning fewer than two years after the semester in which they were last enrolled do not require to submit a readmission application. Call the Office of the Registrar directly at 313-993-3313 instead.
- The admissions office at Detroit Mercy awards a scholarship to first-year students who attend full-time. Up to $10,000 in awards are awarded each academic year, equally divided between the autumn and winter quarters. Although renewable, these scholarships cannot be used with other university grants or discounts.
- A Detroit Mercy grant is given through the admissions office to transfer students from a recognized college or university in the United States or Canada who enroll full-time at the institution. Each academic year, awards between $1,000 and $9,000 might be given out, equally divided between the autumn and winter quarters. These funds can only be used with other university discounts or awards if they are renewable.
- All nationalities of applicants may apply.
- Pursuing courses for a bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
- Students must engage in a university undergraduate degree program.
- You could be required to provide copies of your passport, bank statement, and statement of financial assistance to the university.
- In addition to meeting the university’s standard entrance requirements, applicants must possess a prior degree certificate.
- For admission, applicants must present documentation of their English language skills.
The timeframe for this scholarship is as follows:
- March 30, 2023 for Spring/Summer Term
- November 15, 2023 for Winter Term
- July 1, 2023 for Fall Term
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Questions? Call 313-993-1245 or email email@example.com to reach their admissions staff, or visit the official website.