Terminally ill and on his deathbed, former Dean of St. Teresa's College, Yogendra "Yogi" Vashisht, requests to see the students from his last batch. Some of them arrive to meet him and hold themselves responsible for the lively Dean having fallen ill. The film then goes into a flashback set ten years back.
The final round of the competition is a triathlon. Abhi, in the lead, during the end, surprisingly slows down, resulting in Ro winning the competition. Ro, however, declines to accept the award citing personal reasons. After Rohan steps down, Yogi is heavily berated by Sudo, who talks about how the Student of the Year competition has always been rigged from the start. Sudo says that the competition broke their friendship of two years and was unfair to people like Sudo, who wasn't as popular or attractive as Abhi or Rohan. After finishing his speech, he storms out. This causes Yogi to eventually retire. The students soon graduate and lose contact with each other.
For nearly 60 years, UNO has provided a pathway to success for tens of thousands of graduates. We offer a wide array of highly relevant undergraduate and graduate academic degree programs in one of the most exciting and culturally vibrant cities in the world. Our alumni are leaders in a number of fields both across the nation and globally. Most scholarships are awarded based on academic credentials and student accomplishments reviewed through the admission's process. A separate scholarship application is not required, but ACT or SAT test scores and an official, current high school transcript should be submitted as soon as possible. Transfer students should submit all college transcripts as soon as possible.
Institutional scholarships are offered to new, incoming UNO students for the upcoming year. Continuing students are unfortunately not eligible for Institutional scholarships, and should inquire about Departmental Scholarship opportunities with their academic college.
Health insurance is mandatory for all full-time degree, resident, andinternational students, unless the student has comparable coverage underanother health insurance plan. If a student has comparable coverageunder another insurance plan, they must waive the AU health insuranceplan. Waivers must be completed on-line on the myau.american.edu portal. If the fee has already been assessed, the related insurance chargewill be removed within two business days of the waiver submission.Insurance waivers need to be performed each year. For more informationregarding Health insurance and wavier deadlines please visit Health Center Homepage.
A need-based program for in-state undergraduate students. In conjunction with UNLV scholarships and state and federal aid, it provides most eligible Nevada residents the equivalent of 12-15 credit hours of course fees each semester plus another $1,000 for books for the school year.
Each year, we accept a small group of exceptional students to transfer to Harvard College from other similar liberal arts programs. U.S. Military veterans may be particularly interested in our transfer program if they've completed at least one full academic year, and not more than two, of college coursework.
Enrolling students take part in a fall orientation program and are connected with a dedicated transfer adviser who helps with academic planning and the transition to Harvard life. Transfer students who live on-campus will find strong community in their undergraduate Houses, and students who live off campus will benefit from the Dudley Community. Transfer students are also supported by peer advisers, who were themselves transfer students from prior years.
Recently, we have received more than 1,500 transfer applications per year. In pools of this size, the number of well-qualified applicants far exceeded the number of students admitted and enrolled each year as transfer students. As admission to transfer to Harvard is competitive, we encourage you to explore a variety of colleges in your transfer search.
To be eligible to transfer, you must have completed at least one continuous academic year in a full-time degree program at one college and not more than two academic years. You must complete at least two full years of study at Harvard. Once a student has completed more than two years total of college at another institution, regardless of courses taken, that student is no longer eligible for transfer admission.
Please note the Standard Student Budget includes actual tuition and fee amounts as well as estimated allowances for related educational expenses. Tuition and Health Insurance Fees are expenses that are directly billed to students, while all other categories are estimated allowances that should not be exceeded. Financial aid eligibility is determined using the standard following cost estimates- updated estimates are published annually in March for the upcoming academic year.
Tuition and fee costs are subject to change and are determined each year. Please be aware that future tuition costs, fees, and standard student budget amounts may differ from year to year. Updated figures will be published on this website and in future editions of the Financing Your Education guide, which is updated on a yearly basis. Information regarding health insurance fees, coverage, and waivers can be found on the Harvard University Student Health Program website. Online part-time Ed.M. students will not be automatically enrolled into the comprehensive student health insurance program. Information regarding billing and payment dates can be found through Harvard Student Accounts.
Below are estimated costs for full-time, on-campus Ball State graduate students for the 2022-23 academic year. Cost information is based on enrollment for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Montclair State offers merit based Presidential Scholarships for high achieving incoming first-year students. Presidential Scholarships are highly competitive and awarded based on your academic academic achievement in high school. If you are awarded a scholarship, notification will be sent along with your notification of admission. No separate application is required. Need-based grants and loans are available for students who qualify by filing the FAFSA.
This component of the cost of attendance is an estimate of your general costs of living for the academic year, regardless of WSU campus; it is not an indication of on-campus housing availability or requirements. It is comprised of average living costs, food or meal plans, and other factors. It is important to note that if on your financial aid application, you indicate that you plan to live at home with family, your Cost of Attendance will be reduced. For WSU Pullman students living in residence halls, housing and food is considered to be a direct cost due to the University. Actual costs for housing and food will vary based on whether students live in a residence hall, Greek housing, or off-campus. It is important that you budget and plan accordingly.
* Health Insurance Rates are finalized with New York State by July 1 each year. All international students, clinical students, residential students, and intercollegiate athletes are automatically enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan but may waive participation online with comparable coverage under a family plan or other policy.** Doctoral rates can vary within the life of each specific program.
NYU is able to offer scholarships for non-U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents applying as first-year students. Students qualify for need-based assistance based on the information presented in their CSS Profile. You must submit the CSS Profile successfully by the deadline to be considered for scholarships.
All first-year students will begin in September for the fall semester. Most transfer students begin in fall semester as well, but some programs permit transfer students to begin in late January, for the spring semester.
Current high school students, please note: If you are still in high school, USC considers you a first-year applicant, regardless of the number of college units completed prior to high school graduation. If you have questions about your class standing, please call the USC Office of Admission at (213) 740-1111.Transfer UnitsUSC does not require a minimum number of transfer units.* However, if you will have earned fewer than 30 transferable semester units by the end of the spring term, we will base our decision either primarily on your high school record and/or SAT or ACT scores (if you submit them). Please note that applicants to the 2023-2024 academic year are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores, although they may still submit them if they wish.
The cost of attending Purdue varies depending on where you choose to live, enrollment in a specific program or college, food and travel expenses, and other variables. Below are estimated costs for the 2023-24 academic year for students enrolled in two semesters full-time in an undergraduate program living in on-campus housing. You can also use our tuition calculator to estimate tuition costs.
There is more to the cost of education than just tuition and fees. Whether you are planning to attend CUNY as a half-time or full-time student, you can approximate your own expenses for the academic year (nine months) by considering the items below. Your Cost of Attendance at CUNY includes the budget below in addition to your tuition and fees.
Accepted first-year applicants are automatically considered for merit awards ranging from $18,000 to $34,000 per academic year* based upon the individual assessment of their academic achievement. Academic metrics considered in determining student scholarships include GPA, class rank, and SAT/ACT scores (if submitted).
Auditions and portfolio reviews for talent scholarships can be scheduled throughout the academic year and during open houses. Deadlines for auditions correspond to the application deadlines respectively. Specific requirements for each talent scholarship are listed below. Each talent scholarship is eligible for annual renewal provided students maintain satisfactory progress and meet the requirements. Interviews, auditions, portfolio reviews and/or submissions should be completed by the respective application date, but must be received by March 1. Please contact your admissions counselor for more information. 2b1af7f3a8