Applications for Marshall Scholarships must be submitted to and endorsed by an accredited US University.
Each University should have a single named representative who will be responsible for the processing and endorsing of these applications.
The student still fills out the form and submits through the system to the institution, the institution still ensures that the application is complete and decides whether to endorse it and then submits it through the system to the regional committee.
To access the secure institutional section of the Marshall application system you must apply for a password. We will be checking each representative carefully and will require you to complete a standard form.
NB: The URL for the Institution Section of the Online Application is not available on this website for security reasons.
Candidates may apply in one region only - either that in which they have their permanent home address or ordinary place of residence/employment, or that in which they are studying. Any candidate applying in more than one region will automatically be disqualified.
Candidates may apply for either the one year or two year Scholarship not both. Any candidate found applying for both will automatically be disqualified. If a student accidentally chooses the wrong application please contact email@example.com and the application form can be changed.
Candidates must submit their application on the online form provided. Applications must be endorsed by the President, Provost, or Academic Dean of the applicant's US educational institution (or employer). The letter of endorsement should be considered as similar to a letter of recommendation and should state why the institution is endorsing the candidate. It can refer to other letters of recommendations but it should be more than a simple statement that the institution endorses the candidate.
The online application must be submitted and authorised by a designated member of staff at the applicant's educational insitution (or employer). NB Your institution may have earlier deadlines for submission of your application. Whether this is the case or not you must submit your application in a timely manner in order for your institution to be able to authorise it for submission by 1 October 2013.
All items including the four letters of recommendation must be submitted online by the authorised contact and received at the regional centre no later than October 1, 2013. NB: Academic transcripts must be sent by mail (not online) to the regional centre, one original and five xeroxed copies should be sent and they should be marked with the id code given, and be received no later than 1 October 2013.
If you are the representative for Marshall Scholarships at your University or if you are not sure whether anyone has registered as the contact, would like further information or need the URL, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org