Entries for the “Students with Heart Foundation Scholarship” are now accepted. This scholarship is targeted to the U.S citizens and permanents residents are welcome to apply. The award aimed to students undertaking either undergraduate or graduate program who are suffering heart disease. The winning candidates will receive benefit of maximum $6,000. The application deadline is 1 October on annual basis.
“Students with Heart Foundation” is glad to announce the Students with Heart Scholarship. The scholarship is open for U.S. Citizens, Nationals or who are permanent residents at the time of application. The aim of scholarship is to provide financial help for the students who are suffering from heart disease.
The amount of the award is vary between $500 and $6,000 for the first academic year of Foundations existence.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate and graduate degree in all subjects.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- All applicants must be participating in a United States Accredited College/University and maintain a minimum status of part time student (six credits)
- All applicants must be U.S. Citizens, Nationals or Permanent Residents at the time of Application
- Applicants must have a cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 at the time of the Application
- Students who are eligible are in the process of entering college this calendar year or are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program
The U.S. Citizens, Nationals or Permanent Residents at the time of Application are welcome to apply.
To apply, candidates must provide the following compulsory materials:
- a letter from a Licensed Physician, declaring that the applicant suffers from any Cardiac disease or deformities.
- official transcript from current academic institution.
- one letter of recommendation from a previous or current professor.
- a personal statement of no more than 2,000 words and no less than 500 words, describing what obstacles they have had to overcome due to their cardiac disease or deformities.
1 October each year.