Aimed at students with medium and medium-high academic profiles, with the hope of attracting international students. They are awarded based on three quantitative requirements (GPA, SAT and TOEFL):
Aimed at high-level and outstanding academic profiles. They are awarded based on three quantitative requirements (GPA, SAT and TOEFL) and the qualitative and skills value of each profile:
These types of scholarships are aimed at very bright students with few financial resources. They are usually offered by prestigious universities (Harvard, Yale, MIT, etc.). ADMISSION is the biggest challenge in these universities, since the academic and skills requirements are extremely high:
The average grade (or GPA) for the last four school years will be required at different points throughout the process, firstly to achieve sports eligibility as a student with the relevant sports body (NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA), and, secondly to apply for academic admission in the student's target universities.
There are two Standard Tests accepted by US universities to assess the academic abilities of students: SAT and ACT. At W2A Management we believe SAT is a better option than ACT, given the type of exam and because it is the most widely accepted test in the US. This, along with the baccalaureate, is the main academic requirement. The SAT score is key to having more, better opportunities both for admission and for academic and international scholarships.
English language ability is a requirement for all non-native sport students. The best way to demonstrate this level is through the TOEFL exam, although some universities may accept other options such as IELTS or SAT Critical Reading score. However, English level is not required for sports eligibility.
Academic scholarships are awarded to non-sports profiles that stand out in a different way to the rest. The requirements are as follows:
"Several key aspects have allowed me to work professionally in Spain and to have made a living from basketball for over 12 years. The first was my decision to study in the US”.
The aim of this program is to continue to provide value to students during their 4-year stay in the US or UK and the first two years of professional development after completing their University studies. The ALUMNI PROGRAM is based on four key aspects: