Scholarships

$500 ISV Magazine Scholarship Available

International students currently studying in the United States can now apply for the International Student Voice Magazine Scholarship worth $500! We will be awarding one international student a $500 scholarship during spring 2018. There will be 10 finalists and then from those 10 students, one student will be picked to be the winner. To enter for a chance to win, students …

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14 Finalists Selected for $500 ISV Magazine Scholarships

During spring 2017 International Student Voice Magazine will award two international students $500 scholarships. “We originally decided to have 12 finalists, but there were so many great entries we decided to have 14 finalists,” Carrie Circosta, Editor in Chief explained. “We had nearly 300 entries, it was extremely difficult to select just 14 finalists.” To be considered for the scholarship, …

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America v. Russia: How Dating is Different

Polina Durneva from Russia studying at Cornell College shares her views about how dating in the United States is different than back in her home country of Russia. As part of our microscholarship program we asked current international students what their observations have been about dating in the United States and how it compares to dating back in their home countries. Polina Durneva from Russia studying …

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What Has Been Your Observations So Far About the U.S. Presidential Election and the Nominees?

Linn Katrine Brusletten from Norway studying at the University of Central Oklahoma shares her views about the U.S. Presidential Election and the nominees. As part of our microscholarship program we asked current international students what their perceptions were about the U.S. Presidential Election so far and the nominees for president. Linn Katrine Brusletten from Norway studying at the University of Central …

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Living in the Land of the Free

So, what makes America, America? Nandhakishore Perarulalan heard a lot about living in the United States and shares his thoughts on how the U.S. is different from his home country of India.

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