Stanford University The Knight Hennessy Scholars Program

Stanford University – The Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program

Overview:

Leland Stanford Junior University, formerly known as Stanford University, is a private research university in Stanford, California, US. Leland and Jane Stanford have founded the University in the memory of their only child, Leland Stanford Jr, in 1885. He died of typhoid fever at age 15 the previous year. Stanford University ranks #2 in QS World University Ranking as of 2020.

People like Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Elon Musk, Mukesh Ambani, Jawed Karim, Sundar Pichai studied at this University.

Level of Study:

You can join full-time Masters and Ph.D. degrees in any subject offered at Stanford University.

Benefits:

The Knight-Hennessy Scholars is financed for as long as three years for any alumni degree(s) at Stanford. To which the admission authority offers you to admit and select at the same time as a scholar. If your degree program exceeds three years — such as an MD or Ph.D. program, or a Stanford dual- or joint-degree program — then your Stanford home department(s) will fund the remainder of your education to the extent consistent with its standard funding commitment for that program. (That implies, for instance, your study program may fund you for one additional year for some PhDs and three additional years for others.)

During each of the first three years of graduate study, Knight-Hennessy Scholars receive:

  • a fellowship applied directly to cover tuition and associated fees
  • a stipend for living and academic expenses (such as room and board, books, academic groceries, instructional materials, local transportation, and reasonable personal expenses)
  • a travel grant intended to cover an economy-class ticket for one annual trip to and from Stanford
  • NOTE: Knight-Hennessy Scholars also may access supplemental funds to support academic enrichment (e.g., conference travel).

Not Covered:

  • The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program typically does not cover costs that your home department at Stanford pays for its students – such as for subscriptions or lab equipment.
  • Fellowship stipends may be considered taxable income. The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program does not reimburse students for taxes.

Eligibility:

The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program is designed to be open to a broad set of qualified applicants. As such, there are no restrictions based on citizenship, age, the field of study, career aspiration, etc. — nor are applicants required to seek endorsements from institutions.
Beyond eligibility for your graduate program, the eligibility factor is the year you received your undergraduate degree. Please use the guidelines below to determine whether you are eligible to apply to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program for autumn 2021 enrollment.

  • Applicants from all countries welcome
  • Only a full-time graduate degree applicants can apply for this scholarship
  • You must have graduated in January 2014 through September 2021 to enroll at Stanford in Autumn 2021
  • Congrats! if you serve for US Military (active or veteran), you will receive a two-year extension of eligibility because of your longer service

Deadline: October 14, 2020, at 1:00 pm (PT)

Apply Link: https://knight-hennessy.stanford.edu/

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