The Albion College, USA is offering Scholarships to cover the tuition fee costs of the applied program at the Institution.
International students who meet or exceed the minimum requirements for admission will be awarded academic scholarships. In determining scholarships, we look at a student’s overall application, academic achievement and potential for success at the College. Scholarships are also available to recognize fine arts talent; students must submit an audition or portfolio for review after admission
Why choose to study at Albion College? Albion is nationally recognized for its academic excellence in the liberal arts tradition, a learning-centered commitment, and a future-oriented perspective. The College immerses students in the creation and processing of knowledge and graduates skilled architects of societal change, active citizens, and future leaders.
Albion is a private liberal arts college in Albion, Michigan. The college was founded in 1835 and its undergraduate population was approximately 1,500 students in 2014. They participate in NCAA Division III and the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA). The college’s athletic teams are nicknamed the Britons, and their colors are purple and gold.
The origin of Albion College lies not in the city of Albion, but about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of the present location of the college. On March 23, 1835, Methodist settlers in Spring Arbor Township obtained a charter for the Spring Arbor Seminary from the Michigan Territorial Legislature. Foundations for a building were begun in 1837 at a location about 3 miles (4.8 km) southwest of the current village of Spring Arbor but were soon abandoned due to the economic turmoil caused by the Panic of 1837. No classes were ever held at the Spring Arbor location. The trustees applied to move the seminary to Albion in 1838, and the legislature approved the move in 1839.
With 60 acres (243,000 m2) of land donated by Albion pioneer Jesse Crowell, the cornerstone was laid for the first building in 1841. The seminary, now named the Wesleyan Seminary, first held classes in 1843, in the local Methodist Church. In 1844, classes began in the newly constructed Central Building, which was rebuilt as the present Robinson Hall in 1907.
The Albion Female Collegiate Institute was founded in 1850 by the Wesleyan Seminary Corporation. The two schools merged in 1857 under the name The Wesleyan Seminary and Female College at Albion.
On February 25, 1861, both schools were completely merged under the name Albion College when the school was fully authorized by the State legislature to confer a full four-year college degree upon both men and women.
Eligibility criteria for the International Scholarships at Albion College.
- Applicants must be international students admitted to the applied programme at Albion College.
- Applicants must have a minimum grade of 2.5 cumulative GPA.
- Applicants must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- TOEFL IBT – 79
- IELTS – 6.5
- PTE – 53
- Duolingo – 100
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Undergraduate or Graduate
Value of Award: Tuition fee
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Method of Application: Students can apply to Albion College through the college’s application portal or through the Common Application portal. All eligible international students will be considered automatically.
Application Deadline: 1st May 2022