The ACI Foundation is pleased to bring an application for 2021. ACI Foundation Scholarships and Fellowships to international students wishing to advance their educational careers. Support is provided to high potential students in concrete graduate and undergraduate programs. The scholarship will be opened next month and interested candidates are advised to prepare for the necessary scholarships.
The ACI Foundation promotes growth, creativity and cooperation in the concrete sector through strategic investments in research, scholarships and ideas.
The application for the 2021-2022 season is now open.
This program is for undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Field of Study:
Environmental Science, Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering.
worth More than $200,000
All International Candidates
For the ACI Foundation Scholarship and Fellowships in USA and Canada for International Students, the following criteria will be considered:
- Applicants applying for the scholarship must be a graduate student or at least be in their first or second year of graduate study during the award year. Undergraduate applicants must be a full-time undergraduate at the time of applying for and during the entire scholarship award year.
- For the fellowship award, applicants must be international students attending a U.S. or Canadian university during the award year. Some of the fellowships expect the awardee to complete a 10-20 week internship the summer prior to beginning the award year.
- All applicants must be well versed in the English language. If English is not your native language, a written statement has to be attached to the application attesting to proficiency.
It is proposed that the applicant will send a written report at the end of their fellowship period outlining the importance of the Fellowship for their advancement and preparation for their chosen profession after graduation
Applying procedure Instructions:
Applicants have to submit personal and educational information; A resume; A 500-word essay; Official transcripts (read more about transcript submission); Two endorsements, which are statements of evaluation of the applicant in terms of potential for growth, character, leadership capacity and career interest.