The Graduate School of Arts and Science of New York University offers Falak Sufi Scholarship to both US and international students to pursue the master degree in Near Eastern Studies at the Kevorkian Center. The aim of the scholarship is to encourage the Near Eastern Studies. Candidates for the master’s program in Near Estern studies are eligible to apply including applicants to the programs’s joint degree with Journalism, the concentration with Museaum studies, and the business track. Interested candidates who want to get admission and also want to get scholarship they must apply online before the closing date. Incomplete and late submission forms are not considered. Online Application forms, Eligibility Criteria, Last Date submission Forms, Test Schedule and Final Merit List of selected candidates provided on this page.
Falak Sufi Scholarship Important Dates:
Announcement Date: 12th September 2022
Last Date Submission Forms: 12th January 2022
Selected Candidate List: Not Announce Yet
Falak Sufi Scholarship Online Application Forms:
Candidates who fulfill the criteria they get online application forms online on here. On this page we share online registration forms, criteria, and due date of submission forms. While young, she began to publish the work that showed her great gifts and talent. Among her interests were women and gender in South Asia, the historiography of this region, and the strength of the humanities. However, no list can capture the range of subjects about which she thought, spoke, and wrote. Online Application Form
NYU Application Deadline:
Applicants must submit complete application forms before closing date with necessary documents. Last date of submission forms is 15th January 2022. Incomplete and late submission forms are not considered.
NYU Falak Sufi Scholarship 2022 Registration Online Last Dates
Who is Falak Sufi:
Falak Sufi was born in Pakistan in 1983. She possessed a generous heart, the urge to engage with and change the world, and a brilliantly original, vivacious mind. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with first class honors in Political Science. She was a much beloved, deeply admired graduate student in Near Eastern Studies at the Kevorkian Center of New York University when she died tragically in New York in 2008.
Eligibility Criteria Falak Sufi Scholarship 2022:
Candidates for the master’s program in Near Eastern Studies at the Kevorkian Center(including applicants to the program’s joint degree with Journalism, the concentration with Museum Studies, and the business track.)
Language Requirements: The Graduate School requires applicants who are not native English speakers to submit official TOEFL or IELTS score results. The TOEFL/IELTS requirement is waived if your baccalaureate or master’s degree was (or will be) completed at an institution where the language of instruction is English. Applicants do not need to do anything to inform us that you are eligible for the TOEFL/IELTS waiver; we can determine this fact from your application materials.
NYU How to apply:
- Candidates can apply through online https://apply.gsas.nyu.edu/apply/.
- Candidates should submit online application along with all required supporting materials. Application must be completed by no later than the application deadline of the program to which you are applying. This includes not only documents you are required to upload, but also materials that are sent by others such as official test scores and letters of recommendation.
- Please refer to the Instructions section of your online application for our complete policies and procedures.
- Application information for all potential students to the master’s program in Near Eastern Studies can be found online in the GSAS Application Resource Center. The online application for admission is also the application for all Graduate School financial aid.
NYU Contact Details:
- New York University
- Graduate School of Arts and Science
- Graduate Enrollment Services
- P.O. Box 907
- New York, NY 10276-0907
- Telephone: 804-734-3078
- Email: Contact I
- Website: gsas.nyu.edu