The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation is providing International Prize in the USA for international students who are applying for an undergraduate degree in any subject. The prize is administered by Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
The studentship is designed to support students through the award amount of $250,000 and a medal for undergraduate studies for the academic year 2021-2022.
The Vetlesen Prize was established in 1959 by the Foundation Unger Vetlesen. The award is given for scientific success contributing to a better understanding of the Earth, its past, or its interaction with the planet.
Why should you apply for this programme? The Vetlesen Award competition is open to anyone else around the globe. The Nobel Prize for Earth science was won by Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, which is operated by Columbia University.
Application Deadline: Open
- Organization: The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation.
- Department: N/A
- Course Level: Undergraduate
- Award: $250,000 and a medal
- Number of Awards: N/A
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in the USA.
- Eligible Countries: Applications are accepted from around the world.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Undergraduate degree program in any subject offered by the University
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must submit a previous year’s degree at the Organization.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: In order to apply for the opportunity, applicants must take admission in an undergraduate degree course at the Organization
- Supporting Documents: Students need to submit their academic transcripts, CV, and copy of passport at the University.
- Admission Requirements: For taking admission, students are required to meet the entry requirements of their chosen program.
- Language Requirement: All aspirants need to provide evidence of their English language ability with test results (TOEFL or IELTS).
The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation will provide a cash award of $250,000 and a medal to any individual worldwide.