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Wilson, Michele S. – 1975
There are several sources which can be used to help finance legal training. Some law schools have money to allocate to their students. When application forms and catalogs are requested, the student should also ask for financial aid information and forms. These may include the Graduate and Professional School Financial Aid Service form which…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Career Planning, Educational Resources, Fellowships
Wilson, Michele S. – 1975
This guide suggests that minority applicants to programs in management can seek financial aid from several sources: the business school to which application is made, the financial aid office at the university to which application is made, National Direct Student Loans, and College Work-Study programs. Foundations, professional associations, state…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Business Education, Educational Resources, Fellowships
Wilkins, Theresa Birch – Office of Education, Federal Security Agency, 1951
Since the last publication of "Scholarships and Fellowships Available at Institutions of Higher Education" by the Office of Education as Bulletin 1936, No. 10, innumerable requests for current information have been received from school and college officials, parents, high-school and college students, and other persons interested in extending…
Descriptors: Educational History, Student Financial Aid, Access to Education, Fellowships
Ratcliffe, Ella B. – Office of Education, United States Department of the Interior, 1936
This compilation of scholarships and fellowships is the second which has been made by the United States Office of Education. The first compilation was published in 1931 and treated the subject in a manner similar to that used in the present bulletin. Information of this type, however, needs frequent revision, as changes are constantly taking place…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, National Surveys, School Statistics, Public Colleges