"No Application Fee, Grant Available": Top US University Offers Scholarships, Accepts Nigerians

"No Application Fee, Grant Available": Top US University Offers Scholarships, Accepts Nigerians

  • Clark University in America accepts international students from Nigeria, and there are funding opportunities
  • The university also places a premium on letters of recommendation than a student's GPA in secondary school
  • Nigerians considering academic opportunities abroad explore one of the scholarship opportunities available to them

A US school, Clark University, has admissions open for Nigerians and other international students.

One of the things Nigerians get to enjoy is that there is no application fee, and loan opportunity is available.

Admission into US university/Scholarship opportunities.
Clark University gives funding and merit-based scholarships. Photo source: Troy Aossey
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A social media user on X made this known as she added that there is a window for English test score waiver.

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Application process

- According to information from Clark University, website, only one application is needed. Multiple submissions are discouraged.

- Applicants can apply through Common App or the Coalition App with Scoir. No preference regarding this.

- International students applying for undergraduate studies need an English proficiency score like IELTS.

What Clark University considers

The American university said they believe in a student's growth over time and do not think GPA represents a student's brilliance.

While the school accepts test scores, they are mainly focused on a student's transcript to see how the person has proven themselves.

Letter of Recommendation

Since the school values character, they are very interested in the things people say about their prospective students.

Nigerians seeking admission into the school need to have well-written letters of recommendation free of errors to sail through the admission process.

Financial aid Vs merit-based scholarship opportunities

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Also, Nigerians wanting merit-based scholarships do not need to submit any separate application for this. Scholarships are given based on a person's performance in secondary school.

Financial aid applications must be submitted separately. The application is to be submitted at the same time as one's admission application.

What Nigerians said about the opportunities on X

@sureman4u said:

"Unfortunately nothing engineering there. Thanks all the same."

@gu4real said:

"Thanks a lot, I've opened the link. Would appreciate if you find any on engineering."

@Redditinsights said:

"Did you have any letter sample or how to ask for funding."

Getting job in Canada

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man shared vital information on how to get a job in Canada and also how to relocate.

According to the man, people who wish to relocate and work in Canada can apply for jobs online even while still in Nigeria.

Source: Legit.ng

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