About the Scholarship
The "TAMU Eppright Outstanding International Student Award" is awarded by the organization Texas A&M University every year. This scholarship is given for the full-timer graduate and undergraduate students and the amount given to the eligible candidates is per their tuition fees, some mandatory fees and the educational expenses.
How to apply for the scholarship?
Applications are available on the official website Texas A&M University and all the applicants must access the online application in order to apply for this scholarship.
- To apply for this application candidates have to log in to the official website by the NET Id.
- The applicant has to complete or submit 'Eligibility and Financial Resources' pages within the 'International/Study Abroad' section of the application.
- He/she has to submit a letter of nomination from a TAMU faculty member, on departmental letterhead, describing the academic achievements of the applicant; a letter of nomination from an individual.
- A student must submit a copy of his/her birth certificate or passport (preferred) or alien registration card.
A student must submit the Official scorecards of ACT/SAT to demonstrate the completion of the graduation semester as well as academic performance.
A student must also submit a reference letter.
In addition to that applicant must write and submit three essays on a topic listed in the scholarship application.
All the official transcripts and documents should be submitted before the deadline.
The awarded amount for the scholarship:
The amount awarded for this scholarship is $2,000 per year and is non-renewable. The number of awards given to the eligible candidates per year is one.
Deadline of the scholarship:
The deadline for the scholarship is the 1st of February.
At the time of applying for the scholarship, the candidate must be enrolled at Texas A&M at least two or more semester.
The candidate must be a student at Texas A&M University.
He/she must be a non-immigrant visa holder currently enrolled as a full-time student.
He/she must be an eligible non-citizen or resident of the US.
The applicant's cumulative grade point should be of 3.0 or higher for undergraduate and 3.5 for graduate students.