One of the leading varsities of the Midwest US and long-established Missouri State University has announced management courses as well as scholarship programmes for overseas students.
With the stated purpose of ensuring uninterrupted learning amist COVID-19 pandemic for its 2020-21 batches, MSU’s courses are offered as voluntary and full-time under the domains of Computer Science, Masters in Business Administration and Project Management. The courses are available for students who have passed 12; MSU is offering additional benefits to all these overseas students.
COVID-19 scholarship support for international students is to benefit the aspirants amidst the disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Intending to provide relief to students with a pedagogy that emphasizes on building and reinforcing fundamentals and concepts of students giving an extra edge for securing a better career path. Scholarships are an important way to acknowledge the talent and give reward to brilliance achieved by meritorious young minds in their academic and extracurricular endeavors. Considering this, Missouri State University’s special scholarship programmes are as follows:
● Semester online – If the student chooses to do an online semester, the fee is nearly at a 70% discount.
● Students securing 1160 and above in SAT are eligible for scholarships worth $7500 and for students have a score of 1230 and above a $10000 per year is possible
● Students who have more than 3.25 GPA in their under graduation can avail $2500 scholarship per year for graduate programs.
Speaking about the new courses and scholarship programmes for students, Brad Bodenhausen, Associate Vice President of International Education and Training, said: “During these unprecedented times, the education systems of the world were not prepared to embrace the impact of COVID-19.
Even though this pandemic has caught us off guard, institutions are trying their best to adapt to online learning. We at MSU understand how important it is to get a scholarship. We are emphasising on international students to opt for scholarship programmes.
While the lock down continues without any clear vision of when schools and colleges will reopen, we are committed to maintain continuity in education through virtual learning. We are also commencing e-learning across all our schools along with new courses and programmes, which will be an encouragement for posterity.”