The United States Department of State of America welcomes applications for the Global UGRAD Graduate Program (SADAD) to amazing applicants in the US. The Global UGRAD Graduate Mobilization Program is funded by the United States Department of Education and Cultural Institutional Office. This international and cultural exchange program brings future leaders to America to experience the U.S. education system, enhance their knowledge, and explore U.S. culture and values. The program offers one-year scholarships to undergraduate students from around the world for undergraduate studies as well as community service, professional development, and cultural wealth. Application deadline: December 31, 2019 Course Level: The Global UGRAD program offers cultural / academic exchange through a non-degree program at a university in America. Capacity Levels: Entrance Requirements: The Graduate Program Transforming Program offers the first undergraduate degree in the United States in competition for university students. The Graduate Student Transformation Program is open to everyone who has / has: over 18 years of age a citizen of the participating country of UGRAD, who currently lives in the country enrolled as a well-qualified student in any accredited university, public or private, and has at least one semester remaining at the home university at the end of the UGRAD program to complete secondary education in their respective countries is eligible to receive and maintain the American student exchange (J-1) visa required in the program refined by a doctor to participate in the program they are committed to returning to their country after the program is completed. Application Process
Apply through the U.S. Embassy (Public Affairs Section) or Fulbright Commission in your home country. You will be required to upload documents and images to your application.
Students need to demonstrate that they have a good level of written and spoken English.
Global Undergraduate Program offers:
Round-trip from your home city to and within the U.S.A
Tuition and mandatory university fees
Room and board (housing and meals)
Accident and sickness coverage
A monthly allowance for incidentals during the program
A limited allowance for books
Monthly maintenance allowance for the duration of the program