If you are one of the luck one’s to get admission with assistanship, your College Admission letter will look like the sample provided below.
One of the readers sent the copy of his Graduate School Admission Letter with Research Assistantship offer letter from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities along with I-20.
- Degree – Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
- GRE Score – 1260 (q790 + v470)
- Academics – 75%
- 1 Paper Presentation
It’s not a very good GRE Score, but this student had very strong SOP, Recommendation Letter and Projects. Also that one paper presentation with a good research topic.
Research Assistantship Offer Includes
Offer letter includes the following details
- Salary of $16,347
- Free Tuition fees up to 14 credits
- 95% of Health Insurance cost paid
- 20 Hours of work per week.
College Admission Letter with Research Assistantship
Please free feel to share any admission letters you have received from universities (with or without aid). Also, if you apply with 1260 in GRE, it will not get you scholarship or assistantship. All your profile factors will be considered.
Thanks to HSB Reader for forwarding his Admission letter from the University of Wyoming. He got admit with Full Graduate Assistantship.
- University of Wyoming
- In-state Tuition Fees for up to 12 credits
- Stipend – $11, 349
- Work 18 hours per week
With the scholarship, they get In-State fees and they can work under any professor as RA or TA and get a stipend.
Admission Letter – University
If you received admission with aid or some sort of funding, please do share the offer letter. We can post the letter after removing all the personal details.
Congrats to the reader who forwarded the above letter and getting admission with GA.
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