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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De Vera also reported they have two major types of scholarships, the need-based scholarship that is based on the financial need of students and the merit-based scholarship that is based on the academic performance of the student.
It was well past time for the General Assembly to stand up and lead on this issue." Senate Bill 2927 creates the AIM HIGH Grant Pilot Program, a merit-based scholarship for Illinois students who attend college in-state.
Lucky enough, I got a Chevening scholarship from the UK government and a merit-based scholarship from the university to cover my tuition fee, otherwise I probably wouldn't be here.
Receiving a merit-based scholarship increased the probability of success by 12.5%.
"Apart from the scholarship grant program, NBS College is also giving merit-based scholarship grants to top graduating students in Senior High School while the National Bookstore Foundation will give 10 scholarship grants in the pioneer batch.
The institute will conduct a merit-based scholarship test on February 24, 2018 for its new undergraduate and postgraduate courses in media and communication.
Twenty students - five per year - are awarded this merit-based scholarship by the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation in partnership with the University of Oregon.
The schemes include a merit-based scholarship which aims at generating competition among students and encourage brilliant students.
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.
A careful examination of merit-based scholarship is particularly critical in West Virginia, a state with the lowest percent of adults 25 and older who have a Bachelor's degree (US Census, 2006).
The merit-based scholarship is awarded to students from public school in 22 different districts of Lebanon.