ETS Announces the Third Annual TOEFL® Scholarship Program to Honor Outstanding Indian Students
US$70,000 in Scholarships Available to Help Indian Students Meet Their Educational Goals
- Becky Powell
- Becky Powell
Princeton, N.J. (November 10, 2011) —
For the third consecutive year, Educational Testing Service (ETS) announced the launch of the TOEFL® Scholarship Program in India. Created specifically for Indian students, the 2012 TOEFL Scholarship Program will award 10 scholarships valued at approximately US$70,000, an increase of US$10,000 in award funding from 2011. Scholarship funding can be applied to either undergraduate or graduate study for the 2012 academic year.
Ten scholarships will honor Indian students demonstrating academic success including:
- Four US$10,000 scholarships for study at a college or university located in Australia, Canada, U.K., and/or the United States and listed in the TOEFL® Destinations Directory.
- Six US$5,000 scholarships for study at any college or university listed in the TOEFL® Destinations Directory.
"ETS is committed to helping Indian students meet their educational goals and aspirations," commented Walt MacDonald, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, ETS. "For the third year in a row, we are pleased to offer the TOEFL Scholarship Program in India as it is distinctly aligned with our mission of advancing access to high-quality education worldwide."
Detailed information regarding the 2012 TOEFL Scholarship Program in India, including application materials and eligibility requirements, is available at www.ets.org/toefl/indiascholarships. Completed applications must be postmarked by April 13, 2012.
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