The University of Missouri-Kansas City's Chancellor Non-Resident Award
The University of Missouri--Kansas City (UMKC) is a urban public institution founded in 1929. At UMKC, students can choose from more than 120 academic programs and majors, including master’s degrees from the H.W. Bloch School of Business & Public Administration and the schools of medicine, computing and engineering, and education.
The University of Missouri - Kansas City offers The Chancellors’s Non-Resident Award to outstanding international undergraduate and graduate applicants who intend to enroll in degree programs in the College of Arts & Sciences, Henry W. Bloch School of Management, Conservatory of Music, and the School of Education and School of Pharmacy each academic year. The Chancellor's Non-Resident Award is a renewable award that will cover the difference between Missouri Resident and Non-Resident fees, without a limit on the number of credit hours taken.
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