Kutztown University is providing a full-tuition fee opportunity through the International Piano Quintet Scholarships to students who are willing to undergo a degree program at the university.
Kutztown University’s award-winning campus provides the perfect backdrop for success. Complete with modern labs, studios, living-learning communities, dining options and athletic/recreational facilities, KU provides students with an outstanding experience.
Kutztown University sits on 289 acres and is a clean, green landscape strewn with the contrasting beauty of both vibrant blossoming nature and impressive bold architecture and facilities.
Their campus has received the GreenStar award for being one of the most beautifully-maintained college campuses in the nation. KU’s Arboretum is a collection of various trees and shrubs planted across campus for the campus community and surrounding communities to enjoy.
Kutztown’s diverse facilities offer significant opportunities for learning, collaborating and exploring. The Academic Forum, for example, houses classrooms and lecture halls as well as a bustling food court and student lounge. Beginning in 2016, the newly renovated eateries include all-you-care-to-eat and 24/7 dining as well as recreational activities, computers and interactive cooking stations. Other facilities, like the visually stunning Boehm Science Center, Sharadin Art Building and Schaeffer Auditorium, offer innovative lab spaces, student art galleries, new music practice, performance facilities, great study spots and more.
Why study at Kutztown University? The university is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of children and youth in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by preparing highly trained professional educators it provides a wide range of excellent undergraduate and graduate programs that educate students for successful careers.
Eligibility criteria for the International Piano Quintet Scholarships.
- Applicants must hold previous year degrees or certificates with good academic achievement.
- Applicants must have to submit SAT or ACT scores. KU will accept test scores printed on the official high school transcript.
- Applicants must have an appropriate score in an approved examination in the English language (such as IELTS) before registering for an academic course.
Eligible Countries: International
Value of Award: Full tuition fee
Number of Awards: 5
Application Deadline: February 15.