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AACE International Competitive Scholarships

$2,500

March 05, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • AACE International Competitive Scholarships are offered to students who have completed one year of college, are currently enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited university for the fall term, and are pursuing a program in one of the following disciplines: agricultural engineering; architectural engineering; building construction; business administration; chemical engineering; civil engineering; industrial engineering; manufacturing engineering; mechanical engineering; mining engineering; electrical engineering; quantity surveying. A minimum 3.0 GPA is also required. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1265 Suncrest Towne Centre Dr.
  • Morgantown, WV 26505
  • jhines@aacei.org
  • tel: 304-296-8444 x11
  • fax: 304-291-5728

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charan kumar  on 9/25/2018 7:55:36 PM

I would love to win for a scholarship as l finished my studies

Abdul Basith Ashraf  on 9/7/2018 9:19:19 PM

I'm a student from India. Can I also apply?

Ahmedin Salih  on 8/17/2018 3:27:27 AM

I would love to win for a scholarship as I finished my study in chemical engineering. But what I fear is that my current GPA is quite less wich is 2.69. Can I have a chance to win a scholarship with it?

John S  on 6/28/2018 8:37:27 PM

I have been taking college courses for over 2 years and am now a full time undergraduate student. I am inquiring to see if I am eligible for a scholarship.

manjiri b  on 1/11/2018 12:57:10 AM

I have completed one semester. When should I apply? I am an international student.

Au N  on 12/29/2016 11:29:58 AM

Please show me how to apply for this scholarship. I'm a full time undergraduate student, i have completed one year of college. My curent GPA is 3.7. But I am an international student. I'm wondering if I am eligible for this scholarship or not. Please let me know. Thank you very much.

Guadalupe G  on 7/30/2015 12:54:01 PM

Apply for this in January 2016

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