AGBU PhD Fellowship for the Citizens of Armenia
Study Subject : Communication, Education, International Relations, and Public Administration.
Employer : AGBU
Level : PhD
Eligibility Requirements to Become an AGBU Fellow
AGBU offers scholarships to full-time graduate and post-graduate students of Armenian descent who are U.S. residents or citizens. Grants are available for up to three (3) years of graduate study and up to two (2) years of PhD study.
Applicants must be enrolled in degree programs at highly competitive colleges and universities in the United Stateswith a GPA of 3.5 and above.
Applicants who are citizens of Armenia qualify for grants for study outside of Armenia ( i.e., in the US ) only if a major portion of the tuition and other expenses – 75 percent or more – has already been secured through foundations, governmental and state grants, and / or the academic institution they are attending.
All areas of graduate and post-graduate study will be considered. Preference will be given to the fields ofCommunication, Education, International Relations, and Public Administration.
Incomplete applications and those postmarked after April 15 will not be considered.Complete applications will undergo a selective review process, based on the following criteria :
- Academic Excellence
- Financial Need
- Prior Public and Community Service, with particular attention to their involvement in the Armenian community Scholarships are awarded annually in the range of $1,500 – 7,500.
AGBU Fellows will be announced by the end of June.