The University of Akron in the United States offers scholarship courses for Brazilians

The University of Akron in the United States offers scholarship courses for Brazilians

The University of Akron has a great opportunity for Brazilians who wanted to study in the United States. The institution opened enrollments for the scholarship awarding program in four courses: Management and Leadership, Sales and Negotiation Management, Marketing and Innovation Strategy and Project Management. Nomination runs until January 21 and successful applicants will board in February 2022.

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For each of these four courses, a full scholarship will be awarded at 70% to two, in addition to more scholarships between 30% and 50%.

The university also states that there are no costs involved: airfare, health insurance, visa fees and an application fee of US $ 120.

program:

The course lasts for two weeks, divided into a total workload of 64 hours, 32 hours of English classes and 32 hours of selected courses.

In the morning, all students have an English course leading to the business world, which provides tips for activities and debates on various topics, along with improving the fluency in the language. In the afternoon, the material addresses the topic of the chosen course. Classes take place from Monday to Thursday.

As long as they are over 18, anyone who is attending or has completed higher education can participate.

How to enroll in the program:

Interested candidates should use the LAIOB website. Entrants must answer individual questions to explain the reasons for registration and professional issues. Lack of extensive professional experience does not exclude candidates.

The result will be published on all the official pages of the institute on 15 March.

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Requirements to be evaluated during the process:

  • English level;
  • professional experience;
  • academic background;
  • Life experiences;
  • Answers to motivational questions;
  • Performance in interview.

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Sarah Gracie

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