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UW-Green Bay Offers Up to $5,000/Year Scholarship to Empower US University Pathways Applicants!

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UW-Green Bay), located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is thrilled to announce a significant development in its partnership with US University Pathways. As part of this collaboration, UW-Green Bay would offer a generous up to $5,000/year scholarship which enables most US University Pathways prospective students to receive aid. This milestone achievement will empower international students to pursue their academic dreams and unlock a world of possibilities.



Here are some facts about UW-Green Bay that make this scholarship opportunity even more remarkable:

  • UW-Green Bay is located in the third-largest city, Green Bay, in Wisconsin with a student population of 10,000.

  • Green Bay is also recognized by US News as one of the safest U.S. cities and among the best places to live. UW-Green Bay offers a secure and welcoming setting for students to pursue their academic goals.

  • UW-Green Bay offers an extensive selection of academic programs, with over 200 majors, minors, certificates, and programs to choose from. Whether your passion lies in business, arts, sciences, education, or any other field, UW-Green Bay provides diverse options to pursue your academic interests and career aspirations.

  • At UW-Green Bay, students benefit from exceptional networking and internship prospects, allowing them to gain valuable real-world experience. Each program offers professional academic advising and dedicated career services to support students in their academic journey and career development.

For more information about UW-Green Bay and the scholarship opportunities available, please contact us:

  • Students from #Peru: peru@usuniversitypathways.com

  • Students from #Colombia: colombia@usuniversitypathways.com

  • Students from #Chile: chile@usuniversitypathways.com

  • Students from #Mexico: mexico@usuniversitypathways.com

  • Students from #LatinAmerica and the #Caribbean:gmayuri@usuniversitypathways.com

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