Merit-Based Scholarship

Merit-Based Scholarship

A scholarship available to persons based only on academic qualifications. For example, a university may offer scholarships to undergraduate students who maintain a GPA over 3.75 (out of 4.0).
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An annual merit-based scholarship for each full-time Woodbury undergraduate student with a high school cumulative GPA of 3.
USHE also administers the Regents' Scholarship, a statewide merit-based scholarship that encourages a college-prep course of study.
Rick Hallman of Prospect High School and Nicholas Ratajczyk of William Fremd High School each received a merit-based scholarship for their excellent academic achievement and community involvement.
The programme is a two-year, fully-funded merit-based scholarship to be awarded to graduate students in any one of Masdar Institute's engineering concentrations.
The merit-based scholarship is awarded to students from public school in 22 different districts of Lebanon.
We have established two new merit-based scholarship programs, Apex and Summit.
Students accepted this year, will most likely receive a merit-based scholarship.
Critics suggest that any merit-based scholarship where the merit is defined by GPA and/or SAT or ACT scores will wind up allocating most of those scholarship dollars to students who are from households where becoming meritorious is easier--where students don't have to hold down jobs, and where parents and siblings were also college graduates.
Over the past SIR years, MCC has given over $15,000 a year to merit-based scholarship recipients.
The award is the largest merit-based scholarship offered by Berkeley to students who demonstrate outstanding, innovative and motivational leadership in their academics and community.
Regarding the course fees and other financial issues, she said that each university has a merit-based scholarship programme.
For this purpose, HEC has allocated almost 50 per cent of the development funds through merit-based scholarship programmes being managed by the Commission as well as public sector universities.