|Initial Bowdoin Deadline:||November 1, 2013 (noon)|
|Campus Interview:||November 7 or 8, 2013 (anticipated)
|Bowdoin Final Deadline:||December 6, 2013 (noon)
|Campus Contact:||Cindy Stocks, Director of Student Fellowships and Research|
*Information derived from www.standrewsny.org
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In recognition of the benefits of higher education, the Society provides significant funding for two Scottish graduate students to study in the United States and two Scottish-American students to study in Scotland. Initiated by the Society at its 200th anniversary in 1956, the Saint Andrew's Society Scholarship Program has consistently attracted the top students from the most competitive institutions of learning. The Saint Andrew’s Society of the State of New York has provided over 150 scholarships to promote cultural interchange and goodwill between Scotland and the United States since 1956.
The scholarship provides funds to a total of $30,000 for graduate study in Scotland to be used initially against tuition, then board, transportation and other expenses.
Please note that in addition to the below listed criteria, finalists will have to include a statement from an appropriate official certifying that financial assistance would be required for a year of graduate study.
Bowdoin’s Internal Selection Process. The College is allowed to nominate only one Bowdoin student annually for the Saint Andrew’s Society Scholarship. The Committee will review the materials listed below, and those applicants determined to be most competitive will be contacted to schedule a campus interview. To be considered, applicants must submit the materials listed below to the Office of Student Fellowships and Research by the “Initial Bowdoin Deadline” (see above). Based on these materials and the campus interview, the Committee will determine which student will receive Bowdoin’s endorsement.
The items listed above can be either hand-delivered to Corey Colwill in 113 Kanbar Hall or electronically submitted as PDFs to Corey Colwill (firstname.lastname@example.org). Either means of delivery is equally acceptable.
Materials for the Final Application. If you receive Bowdoin’s nomination, it is your responsibility to continue revising and collecting your materials. By the “Final Bowdoin Deadline,” Bowdoin’s nominee must submit two collated packets containing the following materials to the Office of Student Fellowships and Research, which will send all materials directly to the program for further consideration.
In addition the Office of Student Fellowships and Research will coordinate securing the following:
More about the Selection Process. It is the national committee’s practice to invite six finalists to a luncheon in New York City during February or early March. Following this meeting two of these finalists will be awarded scholarships for graduate study in Scotland.