Bay Atlantic University (BAU) 2022 Global Scholarship Exam for Undergraduate & Graduate Students

Bay Atlantic University (BAU) 2022 Global Scholarship Exam for Undergraduate & Graduate Students

  • Post Date:July 4, 2022
  • Apply Before: December 31, 2022
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  • Gender Both
    Industry Education
    Qualification Master’s Degree
  • Location United States
    Funding Type Fully Funded
    Language English
Job Description

BAU organizes a Global Scholarship Exam (GSE) in Vietnam, Mongolia, Chad, and South Africa in collaboration with the related ministries and partner education institutions. The purpose of GSE is to select highly accomplished students to offer scholarships. Students are awarded 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% scholarships depending on their exam scores.

The GSE Program’s highest aspiration is to educate young people from around the world, contributing to the formation of a new generation of global citizens who share the values of dialogue, tolerance, and collaboration and who are willing to work with others to achieve sustainable development.

The GSE seeks to democratize education by finding the proverbial “diamonds in the rough”-students who, with the benefit of an American liberal arts education, will be able to make significant contributions to the world. 




Aim and Benefits of BAU Global Scholarship Exam

Students are awarded 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% scholarships depending on their exam scores.

 

Requirements for BAU Global Scholarship Exam Qualification

  • Applicants must be international students
  • Applicants who have taken the GSE Scholarship test in their countries
  • Applicants must enrol in full-time program
  • Applicants must have evidence of English Language proficiency
  • Applicants must partake for Global Scholarship Exam (GSE) in Vietnam, Mongolia, Chad, and South Africa

Documents Required for Application

Undergraduate Programs

  • Copies of high school transcripts (must be in English)
  • Completed Online Application Form
  • Photocopy of government-issued ID (international students need a passport or undocumented students need proof of residency)
  • Application fee $45
  • International Students Additional Documents
  • Bank statement show proof of adequate financial resources
    • Sponsorship letter (if bank statement is not in applicant’s name).
    • If the applicant has any dependents, passport copies and additional materials as necessary.
  • Proof of English language proficiency*
  • Official Transcript
  • If the high school degree was issued by a foreign institution of higher education, the applicant must provide an evaluation of the transcript from a NACES-member (http://www.naces.org/) or an AICE member (http://www.aice-eval.org) credential evaluation service to establish U.S. equivalency of a high school degree. The evaluation must be a course-by-course evaluation of the transcript.
  • If the high school degree transcript is not in English, the applicant must provide a certified English translation.
  • If the transcript does not clearly indicate the degree awarded, the applicant must provide a notarized copy of the high school diploma.

Graduate Programs

  • Official Bachelor’s Degree transcripts (must be in English)
  • Completed Online Application Form
  • Photocopy of government-issued ID (international students need a passport or undocumented students need proof of residency)
  • Application fee $45
  • International Students Additional Documents
  • Bank statement show proof of adequate financial resources
    • Sponsorship letter (if bank statement is not in applicant’s name).
    • If the applicant has any dependents, passport copies and additional materials as necessary.
  • Proof of English language proficiency*
  • Official Transcript
  • If the Bachelor’s degree was issued by a foreign institution of higher education, the applicant must provide an evaluation of the transcript from a NACES-member (http://www.naces.org/) or an AICE member (http://www.aice-eval.org) credential evaluation service to establish U.S. equivalency of a Bachelor’s degree. The evaluation must be a course-by-course evaluation of the transcript.
  • If the Bachelor’s degree transcript is not in English, the applicant must provide a certified English translation.
  • If the transcript does not clearly indicate the degree awarded, the applicant must provide a notarized copy of the college or university diploma.

How to Apply

  • The student registers for the Exam.
  • The student takes the 2-hour exam.
  • The top 100 student scores are eligible for scholarship with the top 5 students earning 100% scholarship.
  • The student is emailed their scholarship offer if within the top 100 scores.
  • The student applies to BAU at https://baucommunity.force.com/bayatlantic/s/

All students that have taken the GSE Scholarship test in their countries.

For more details,visit BAU website