NACE Foundation Academic Scholarship

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January 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • To be eligible for the NACE Foundation Academic Scholarship, applicants must: be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program engaged in science and/or engineering related to the study of corrosion or corrosion control at an accredited college or university; or, be enrolled in 2-year or junior college (post-doctorate students are not eligible). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 15835 Park Ten Place
  • Houston, TX 77084-5145
  • nace.foundation@nace.org
  • 281-228-6205

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April M  on 8/15/2016 12:25:32 PM

Excellent Scholarship! If you are interested in Computer Science I most recommend applying to this application available here!

Habib Nafisa A  on 3/23/2016 2:46:05 AM

This scholarship will be helpful to me as a person who needs it.Thank you so much

Kenneth Alexander N  on 3/4/2016 4:21:52 AM

We really want to get the scholarship because we want to continue our education in USA, since USA has the best university in the world. We hope you consider our application.

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