Fully Funded scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS 2022

 

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar are two of the most popular countries in the Middle East for international students to study abroad in. But as it turns out, not everyone can go to these countries because of one major obstacle – the high IELTS exam requirement (International English Language Testing System). However, there are still plenty of scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS available in both countries even if you don’t meet the IELTS requirement…

Scholarship #1: UT Austin

The Undergraduate International Fellowship (UIF) provides full tuition scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS including  mandatory fees, including health insurance, for a year at The University of Texas at Austin. Applicants should be international students who have been accepted to UT Austin and are studying on an F-1 visa. T

here is no US residency requirement and applicants must meet all regular admissions requirements with a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher and ACT composite score of 26 or higher. In addition to academic performance, financial need is a major criterion for consideration. Must maintain full-time status while enrolled at UT Austin. This award covers standard tuition charges only; recipients will be responsible for their own expenses such as housing, food, travel and books.

Scholarship #2: UCLA Anderson School of Management

The Anderson Fellowship is an annual award of up to $27,000 and covers 100% of tuition and fees for one academic year. Anderson Fellows take part in an executive education program as well as workshops and events during their fellowship year. In addition, they complete a summer internship at UCLA Anderson or a participating company before entering their second year at business school.

The Anderson scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS are open to all current UCLA MBA students with no separate application process required; instead candidates are selected based on their career interests and goals. After completing their two-year MBA program, fellows return to either industry or consulting positions for one full year before continuing on to pursue other areas of interest.

Scholarship #3: UC Berkeley

Chancellor’s Fellowship for International Students: The prestigious Chancellor’s Fellowship Program offers fully funded scholarships to international students accepted into graduate programs at UC Berkeley. The goal of these fellowships is to encourage and support outstanding international students whose purpose is to study and work in a challenging, high-caliber academic environment that will further their career goals. For more information about how to apply, click here.

Scholarship #4: Florida State University

M.A./M.S. Educational Psychology Program Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

Scholarship #5: Columbia Business School (CBS)

CBS offers a program for residents of Qatar to receive full-tuition scholarships for their MBA Program. To qualify, you must be a citizen of one of these countries:

  • Algeria
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Iraq
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Libya (North Africa)
  • Mauritania/Morocco (Africa)
  • Oman
  • Palestine (Arab Peninsula)
  • Qatar (Arab Peninsula)
  • Saudi Arabia
  •  Sudan.

Students also need to have an undergraduate degree from an accredited university with good academic performance and work experience. The award is renewable every year contingent on maintaining good academic performance as determined by CBS.

Scholarship #6: IESE Business School Barcelona

Students are eligible to apply for these scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS if they have completed at least one year of their Bachelor’s degree. Candidates must also provide a letter of motivation and resume as well as a copy of their official transcripts. Foreign nationals with an international degree who have never worked or studied in Spain are also welcome to apply.

The scholarship covers tuition, accommodation and flight tickets; it does not cover living expenses (which can amount to 200 euros per month). Candidates will need to pass an entrance test, have a GPA above 3.5 on a 4 point scale, speak English at an intermediate level and take part in a Skype interview where they will be asked about their academic background and why they wish to study abroad.

Scholarship #7:: Carnegie Mellon (CMU) Tepper School of Business

Business students with a minimum 3.0 GPA are eligible for two fully funded scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS at Tepper. The first scholarship covers an entire semester of tuition (around $11,000) and is awarded on a rolling basis to students with strong GPAs that fit the school’s profile.

You can apply at any time, but you’ll only be considered once per year. These competitive scholarships are given out by academic department, meaning if your major isn’t computer science or finance, then you might have a better chance of being chosen from within your own department than between departments.

Scholarship #8:: Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business

Jones Scholarship in Qatar; The Jones Scholarship at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business is for students who want to study international business. The scholarship will cover tuition and a monthly stipend for two years.

Th value of these both scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS , including additional financial aid from Rice, varies from student to student but does not exceed $50,000 per year. It also includes full coverage of health insurance for up to four years. Applicants must be willing to enroll full-time and take courses that are an integral part of their MBA degree program.

 

Note : Hope you enjoyed this article if you want to apply for these scholarships in Qatar Without IELTS to study in Qatar just search the exact name of the scholarship on google and visit the official website (Most probably the first result in Google) of the scholarship program.

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