There are 12 scholarships available for students living in Mexico as of November 2023. You can find tens of Mexico scholarships available for college, post-graduate, and high school seniors. Some prominent Mexico scholarships for students include the John J. McKetta Scholarship, the Thomas R. Camp Scholarship, and the IIE Council of Fellows Undergraduate Scholarship. You can find Mexico scholarships for pursuing your undergraduate, doctoral, or master's.
You can find scholarship financial aid for Mexico residents by using a scholarship search engine like Scholarships That Work, which has 12 Mexico scholarships with an average award amount of $5,450. You can also find local scholarships in Mexico by inquiring with organizations that offer local scholarships, like the American Institute of Chemical Engineers - (AIChE), the American Water Works Association, the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, or the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
To apply for scholarships in Mexico, you will need to fill out the scholarship application form on the scholarship page. For one of these scholarships, you will need to submit an essay. Several Mexico scholarships require a resume, and three awards require letters of recommendation. The GPA requirements for Mexico scholarships vary between a 3.0 and 3.4 minimum GPA. Seven Mexico scholarships require nomination from a teacher or coach.
Some of the best scholarships for Mexico residents are the Larson Aquatic Research Support (LARS) Scholarship, the United Parcel Service Scholarship for Minority Students, the ASCA/AISC Student Design Competition Scholarship, the United Parcel Service Scholarship for Female Students, and the Gilbreth Memorial Fellowship Scholarship. The best Mexico scholarships will be listed at the top of this page.
Yes, there are two scholarships specifically for minority students who live in Mexico. Applicants who identify as Minority or Hispanic are eligible for these scholarships, like the Thomas R. Camp Scholarship and the John J. McKetta Scholarship.
All students who reside in Mexico are eligible to apply for the scholarships on this page. Other eligibility requirements for Mexico scholarship may vary, so be sure to read the scholarship listing carefully. Two scholarships for Mexico residents are specifically open to applicants who identify as Minority or Hispanic students. Also, there are one scholarships in Mexico specifically for applicants who identify as women or female.
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