University of Nebraska – Lincoln Applications

by / Saturday, 30 September 2017 / Published in University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Educo – University of Nebraska – Lincoln Applications

 

University of Nebraska–Lincoln – PG Application Form

UNL – Financial Resource Certification 2017

UNL – Visa Data Form

UNL – Payment Request Form

UNL – MBA Checklist

UNL – MS Computer Science Checklist

UNL – MS Engineering Checklist

Application Deadlines:

The University will accept UNL PG Applications for Spring (January 2017) Intake until October 31. Any PG Applications after October 31, student will need to try for Fall 2017 which starts in August 2017.

In comparison, UNL UG, The University can accept January intake Applications until November 25.

Entry Requirements:-

MBA:

  • GRE – 300
  • GMAT – 600
  • Ielts – 6.5
  • Toefl –  80

M.Engineering:

  • GRE – 305
  • Toefl – 80
  • Ielts – 6.5

Ms. Computer Science:

  • GRE – 308(Quantitative-155+,Verbal 153+ & Analytical 3.5+)
  • Ielts – 7.0
  • Toefl – 100

Note:- The University will not consider any applications with less than these scores.

 

Educo – University of Nebraska-Lincoln International Scholarships

  • Scholarship Up to $14,500 per year

For more detailed information on this Scholarship, Click HERE.

University of Nebraska – Lincoln Scholarship 2017

University of Nebraska – Lincoln is offering massive scholarships for Fall 2017 intake

GLOBAL LAUREATE SCHOLARSHIP

  • $14,500 Renewable Annually

GLOBAL EXCELLENCY SCHOLARSHIP

  • $12,000 Renewable Annually

GLOBAL AMBASSADOR SCHOLARSHIP

  • $9,500 Renewable Annually

GLOBAL DIPLOMAT SCHOLARSHIP

  • $7,500 Renewable Annually

GLOBAL DELEGATE SCHOLARSHIP

  • $3,500 Renewable Annually

GLOBAL CONSUL SCHOLARSHIP

  • $2,000 Renewable Annually

Current scholarship brings down UNL fee 40%-50%

The scholarships are awarded solely based on the student’s academic performance in high school (years 9, 10, 11, and 12).

a. Consistently good performance in all classes is very important. Grades in year 9/10/11 are just as important as year 12.

b.  If a student achieves marks of First Division, 60% or higher, or A1/A2 (CBSE), or 1 / 2 (CISCE) in the majority of subjects in year 9, 10, 11 and 12 the scholarship committee is likely to award very large scholarships.

More Details on scholarships can be found HERE.

 

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