Falak Sufi Scholarship 2024 New York University NYU Fully Funded latest advertisement. This scholarship notification has been published in the Dawn newspaper on September 24, 2023. The Kevorkian Centre, part of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University, is offering the Falak Sufi Scholarship for its master’s program in Near Eastern studies. The scholarship is open to applicants pursuing a combined degree with journalism, museum studies, or business track.
Falak Sufi, a Pakistani political scientist, was a well-known personality in South Asia. She graduated with first-class honors in Political Science from the National University of Singapore in 1983. Sufi’s interests included women and gender in South Asia, history, and the humanities. Sadly, she died in 2008. In her honor, the Kevorkian Centre established the Falak Sufi Scholarship and Memorial Essay Prize in 2010.
The fellowship assists students from South Asia with a Muslim majority who may not be able to pursue graduate study in the United States. The scholarship awardees represent Sufi’s intellectual spirit and devotion to the position of women in academia, with a concentration on gender studies in Muslim-majority nations.
Falak Sufi Scholarship 2024-25 Details
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- M.A. in Near Eastern Studies
- Joint M.A. in Near Eastern Studies/Journalism
- A stipend for the academic year (a minimum of $32000)
- Tuition expenses
- Student Health Insurance
- Registration and service fee
All applicants to the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) are required to submit a complete application for admission, which includes:
- Academic Transcript
- Applicants must submit official TOEFL or IELTS scores
- Applicant Statements
- Statement of Academic Purpose
- Statement OF Language History
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- A non-refundable application fee
- Students studying in Pakistan must have completed four years of education.
- Journalism requires applicants to write a personal essay. The essay, a crucial part of the journalism application, necessitates three personal writing samples. These samples, ranging from college newspaper clips to academic research papers, should represent the applicant’s best work and aptitude for journalism. Although not published, they should showcase their best overall work. The essays should be a reflection of the applicant’s overall writing abilities.
- Online application Submission
- Recommendation letter submission
- Documents Submission
- Application Fee (if required)
How to Apply Online
Application Information for all potential students to the master’s program in Near Eastern studies can be found at https://gsas.nyu.edu/admissionss/gsas-application-resource-center.
For more information please visit gsas.nyu.edu.
Questions about the Falak Sufi Scholarship should be directed to email@example.com.
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