Impact Scholarships for International Students in IIRP, USA
Designation/Position- Impact Scholarships
IIRP (International Institute for Restorative Practices), USA invites application for Impact Scholarships from eligible and interested candidates
About- The IIRP is committed to supporting promising individuals in financial need to learn the knowledge and skills to make a lasting positive impact in their communities. Impact Scholarships will provide full tuition and other support for dedicated professionals across the globe. Impact Scholarships for International Students
Research/Job Area- Science
Location- IIRP, USA
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Impact Scholarships provide full tuition and other support for the next generation of changemakers across the globe.
Research group is awarding Impact Scholarships to students admitted to the IIRP Master of Science program who are committed to making a lasting positive impact in their local community.
These are individuals who need financial support to pursue their education at the IIRP.
How to Apply- You can apply for admission to the IIRP Master of Science program by creating a Student Portal.
For a student to be admitted into the Master of Science program and qualify for our Transparent Tuition commitment, you will need to submit the following documents within 60 days from when you start your application. Submit:
- Completed Master of Science Degree application found within your Student Portal.
- Official academic transcripts, with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or better, from accredited undergraduate degree-awarding colleges or universities, or the equivalent for students with an undergraduate degree earned outside the United States.
If you received your degree outside the United States: all transcripts and academic credentials of all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended must be evaluated on a course by course basis by any organization approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) and sent directly to the IIRP from that organization.
- A 1-2 page letter or essay, describing your reasons for seeking our specialized graduate education. This essay is a reflection of your scholarship and should be reviewed for spelling and grammar prior to submission.
- Three letters of reference, submitted with the Graduate School Recommendation Form. These letters should be from persons who know both your character and your ability to be successful in completing graduate study in our professional discipline.
- A résumé or curriculum vitae.
- Optional: A candidate for admission may also submit qualifying test scores, either recent GRE® (code 2589), Miller Analogies Test (code 4030), PRAXIS PPST (code 2323), or PRAXIS Core (code 5751) scores.
- Language requirement: International applicants are required to demonstrate fluency in English unless they have received a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an institution in the following countries: Australia, Belize, British Caribbean and British West Indies, Canada (except Quebec), England, Guyana, Republic of Ireland, Liberia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the United States and Wales.
An applicant must submit scores from either the TOEFL®: Test of English as a Foreign Language (code 2589) or IELTS™: International English Language Testing System. The scores must not be more than two years old and must be sent directly from the testing agency to the IIRP. The TOEFL® and IELTS™ cannot be utilized as a substitute for the GRE® or Miller Analogy standardized examinations.
The minimum IELTS score is 6.5 (general training not accepted).
The minimum acceptable score for the TOEFL® is 550 for the paper-based test or a composite score of 80 (see below) with a 20 on the speaking section for the internet-based test (iBT).
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Last Date for Apply– 29 February 2020
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