University of Florida Scholarships 2018

The Senate of University of Florida is delighted to announce the availability of  Scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic yearly. The Scholarships are intended to sponsor Hardworking Student with the potentials of Excelling in The USA. The Scholarships ranges from Undergraduate Scholarships to Postgraduate Scholarships. These Scholarships worth a Staggering fee that can take care of your bills. Below is a brief list of some of the scholarships that UF students could receive. Follow the Individual Links and Apply:

The Daniel Sinclair Bredahl Scholarships: These scholarships are open to students who are residents or citizens of the United States and who are at least 18 years old. In order to be considered for this scholarship, students must have at least a 2.5 grade point average. Students should also submit their college transcript, a couple recommendation letters, an essay, and a Study Abroad Scholarship Application. There are three deadlines throughout the year, depending on whether the student is applying to study abroad for summer, fall of spring. Students who are planning to study abroad for an entire year could receive $3,000 in scholarship money, while students who are just planning to study abroad for one semester could receive $1,750. Additional information about this scholarship can be found here.

Florida College Transfer Academic Scholarship: This scholarship is open to students who are transferring to UF from a community college that is located in Florida. Students must hold at least a 3.0 grade point average and take 14 credits during the scholarship period. Students should also have been named as an All-Florida Academic First Team member. Students who are interested in applying should submit their completed application by the May 1st deadline.

UF Presidential Scholarships: These scholarships are some of the best scholarships that are offered at UF. All of these awards are available only to students from FL who have achieved a high level of academic merit. In order to be considered, students must complete an admission’s application by the November 1st deadline. All students who apply to UF will be considered for this scholarship, so there is no need to submit additional information. If you are hoping to be considered for this, make sure to spend time thinking about your essay response on the application form and honing your resume, as the selection committee will consider these two pieces of information. These scholarships are awarded for four years in different amounts. The highest scholarship is the Platinum Scholarship, which provides students with $10,000 per year. The Gold Scholarship, is the medium level award, which provides students with $8,000 per year. The lowest amount, the Presidential Scholarship, enables students to receive $5,000 per year. Additional information about these scholarships, and other merit based awards for FL residents and non-residents, can be found here.

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  • Hello to all the scholarship donors. We are very grateful for the help and the opportunities that you give us each year to continue our studies despite the small financial means of our parents. May God bless you abundantly, give you long life and also a health of gold. Indeed, I am a native of Togo and I hold a baccalaureate. I wish to continue my undergraduate studies and if possible until the PhD to better serve humanity and business. I am sure that this opportunity if you give it to me the whole world will benefit and I will bring a more In anticipation of a favorable follow up receive my sincere greeting. Here is my contact information for the country

  • This is Garang Reech from south Sudan,kindly I need help as you know our country still in war from 2013 up to date,and am looking for scholarships if there ‘s a people of God. Those who love human being life to support him or her,I complete my secondary school certificate and am diploma holder in accounting.

    your positive response shall highly be appreciated.
    Garang Reech.

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