Via the H.J. and J.H. Kits Music Scholarships, King’s University is providing $1,000 to selected international students for their studies.
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King’s University College at Western University, founded in 1954, is a Catholic, liberal arts university college linked with a huge, world-class university. Students at King’s had a good time.
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The H.J. and J.H. Kits Music Scholarships have the following eligibility requirements:
Candidates must have the necessary qualifications. 3.3 GPA, 80%
Candidates must Students from other countries should apply.
Candidates must have a high school diploma and a strong academic record.
Candidates must exhibit English Language Proficiency in order to be successful in their university studies. Regardless of citizenship or country of origin, proficiency must be proved.
Foreign countries are eligible.
The award is worth $1,000.
Number of Awards: Unspecified
Acceptable Area of Study: Undergraduate degree obtained in the University’s Music degree, Performer’s Certificate, or Artist’s Diploma program.
Application Procedure: Applications must be submitted electronically through the university’s webpage. Following that, all qualified students must apply for the grant.
The deadline for applications is March 31, 2023.