The American Water Works Association, AWWA is proudly offering several demanding scholarships that specially available for students pursuing bachelor degree in the field of drinking water science. The scholarships are differentiated in some types as listed below. Each of the scholarships has own specific criteria and award value. Expires in 29 days!
The undergraduate scholarship information is available for students seeking undergraduate o in the field of drinking water science. While the scholarships have general criteria and entry requirements, some may have specific eligibility. It is the responsibility of the applicant to review the information and apply only for those scholarships where they meet the eligibility requirements. Please bear in mind that, the interested students may apply for multiple scholarships sponsored by AWWA but are eligible to receive only one per year and may hold any given scholarship once. The scholarship recipient will be publicly recognized at the Annual Conference of the American Water Works Association held annually in mid-June.
Please find the the award value of each undergraduate scholarship below.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in drinking water science
Place of Study
The program can be taken in USA
You are eligible to apply if you are pursuing a degree at an institution of higher education located in Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Mexico or the United States. Applicants should be accepted into a program and anticipate completion of their degree requirements no sooner than December 1, 2018. Applicants are considered without regard to color, gender, race, creed or country of origin.
Only applicants from the following three countries will be eligible to apply: USA, Canada, and Mexico.
All of the scholarships will require you to submit all of the following documents:
- Official application form
- A two-page (maximum) résumé (that includes educational history)
- Official transcripts of all university education
- Three letters of recommendation (one of which must be from the academic or research advisor).
- A proposed curriculum of study for the next year (research work/classes)
- A one-page statement of educational plans and career objectives demonstrating or declaring an interest in the drinking water field
- A three-page proposed plan of research or future study (maximum length including diagrams and references). Not required for undergraduate scholarships.
11 January 2019