The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Graduate Scholarships in USA | 2013
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The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers’s Graduate Scholarships Program bestows multiple scholarships in honor of living and deceased SNAME Members. Full details:

The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Graduate Scholarships in USA | 2013

School(Institutions/ Country) : Approved US or Canadian schools | USA, Canada

Level: Graduate Degree

Field(s): Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Ocean Engineering and Marine Industry related fields

Deadline: 1th , 15th February 2013

Funded by: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

Beneficiaries(Target Group):Scholarship is open for USA, Canadian and international Students.

Benefits(value/Inclusions:

‣ No. of Awards: At least 6 awards are made annually.

Description

‣ Since its inception in 1933, the SNAME Graduate Scholarship Program has awarded millions of dollars of scholarship awards to students in the naval architecture, marine engineering, ocean engineering and marine industry related fields.

Graduate Scholarships in naval architecture, marine engineering, ocean engineering and marine industry related fields are offered by Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.

These scholarships are open to Open to U.S. Canadian and International applicants. North American applicants who are applying must study in approved institutions in the US, Canada or abroad while non-US/Canadian graduate applicants must study in approved US or Canadian schools.

The Naval Architects and Marine Engineers’s Graduate Scholarships Program bestows multiple scholarships in honor of living and deceased SNAME Members. Applicants use a single application to apply for all scholarships within the program.

Eligibility

Open to U.S., Canadian and International applicants who are members of Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, or another recognized marine society.


Society membership required one year prior to application


Awards are made for one year of study leading to a Master’s Degree in naval architecture, marine engineering, ocean engineering or in fields directly related to the marine industry.


Applicants must not receive their Masters Degree prior to September 1st of the year in which they are applying for their scholarship.

Graduate scholarships are awarded to an individual only once.


Application may be obtained by written request to the attention of the Chairman, Scholarships Committee, at the Society’s address.


Applicants are “required” to provide GRE scores regardless of graduate school admission requirements.


The Scholarships Committee must receive application prior to February 1st with all supporting data by February 15th for review b y the Scholarships Committee.


Selection in April based upon recommendations of Scholarships Committee and approved by the Executive Committee.

Selection in April based upon recommendations of Scholarships Committee and approved by the Executive Committee.

Scholarships Application Methods

Apply by post.

The Scholarships Committee must receive application prior to February 1st with all supporting data by February 15th for review by the Scholarships Committee.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

The application link is also found at the official website.

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