Engineering & Medicine Scholarship 2020 – Call for Applications

The Fully Funded Engineering & Medicine undergraduate and postgraduate Scholarship 2020 by affidavit institute of judicial practice (AIJP) are now open for all international students to study for free in the United States. Top 200 candidates will be selected for the Engineering and medicine degree courses to study in Universities in different states of the US. This program is valid only for the September 2020 intake session.

Coverage of Engineering & Medicine Undergraduate Scholarship

  • Full Sponsorship of tuition fee
  • Six months stay with U.S. resident family for cultural exchange and learning
  • Monthly Expense Stipend amount US$500
  • Allowance for accommodation in University after completion of six months stay with U.S. family
  • Health insurance fund allowance

Coverage of Engineering & Medicine Postgraduate Scholarship

  • Full Sponsorship of tuition fee
  • Monthly Expense Stipend amount US$800
  • Six months stay with U.S. resident family for cultural exchange and learning
  • Allowance for accommodation in University after completion of six months stay with U.S. family
  • Health insurance fund allowance
  • Research experimentation cost and 1 international conference fee expense
  • Monthly living expense of US$500 (first year – extendable based on performance)

It must be noted that the candidates are responsible for providing accurate information and documents to evaluate their standings and if any information found as misleading then the scholarship will be canceled at any stage of the application evaluation process without any notice.

The deadline to apply for the Engineering & Medicine undergraduate and postgraduate Scholarship is December 30, 2019, for the first session and classes will begin from September 01, 2020.

It must be noted that there is NO APPLICATION FEE to apply for Science & Law School Scholarship 2019-2020.

Application Process:

Before December 30, 2019 (16:00 GMT+1), applications for the scholarship will be entertained.

Language Proficiency requirement:

All the courses sponsored by AIJP Scholarship will be taught in the English language only. We accept IELTS with over 6 bands or a valid certificate of English taught program from last attended college.

Recommendation Letter requirement:

Three letters of recommendation are required from doctoral degree candidates, whereas, master degree applicants are required to submit 2. Undergraduate applicants are exempted from this requirement.

The following list of programs are available for bachelor, master, and Ph.D.:

Sponsored Courses:

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor of Business and Management (BBM)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Business and Management (BBM)
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS/MS/Ph.D.)
  • Electronics Engineering (BS/MS/Ph.D.)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS/MS/Ph.D.)
  • Chemical Engineering (BS/MS/Ph.D.)
  • Environmental Engineering (BS/MS)
  • Bioengineering (BS/MS)
  • Bioinformatics (BS/MS)
  • Biotechnology (BS/MS)
  • System and Control Engineering (BS)
  • Mechatronics Engineering (BS)
  • Automotive Engineering(BS)
  • Power Engineering (BS)

Application Email format and attachment requirement:

Send following it of documents to [email protected] Make sure to write the following statement in the Subject of your email: Email Subject: Engineering & Medicine Scholarship by (AIJP-USA).

  • Statement on why you wish to study in the US? List recent academic and research achievements in the CV.
  • Study plan of at least 800 words for MS degree applicants about the intended research work, its novelty, and impact in scientific society. Doctoral degree candidates must also submit 1500 words of the research proposal, list of equipment required for conducting the research, funding requirement and duration of the intended research work.
  • Undergrad applicants need to submit a high school diploma with at least 75% marks.
  • Master degree applicants must have at least 3.0 CGPA on a scale of 4. Or at least 75% marks.
  • Doctoral candidates must have published at least one research paper in SCI-indexed journal with I.F.>2

Candidates are required to create a one-pager resume, enlisting all the above-stated information and submit it to the financial aid office before the deadline. The shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview.