Education : Graduate Program Bioenergy Scholarships
This program offers scholarships for graduate professional courses in bioenergy - take a look at the bioenergy courses that are available, and envision how you could benefit from taking one of these graduate level, credit-bearing courses.
Submit your complete application, along with your CV and transcripts, to the NEWBio Graduate Distance Education Scholarship Office at NEWBioGradEdu@psu.edu. We will let you know if you are selected to receive a scholarship. Access an application form at the link listed below.
Enroll in your class, and learn from world experts in bioenergy, gaining valuable skills and understanding in this exciting field of study. Since the courses are delivered online, you have the ability to study from wherever you are, and fit your coursework into your schedule.
Put your new skills and qualifications to the test in the workplace. These courses are designed to provide you with advanced technical understanding, coupled with project development skills -- both which are highly prized in the rapidly growing bioenergy sector.
Want to find out more?
About the Program
The NEWBio graduate distance education program provides scholarship support to students wanting to enroll for one of the following online courses from Penn State World Campus:
- Bioenergy Feedstocks
- Bioenergy Harvest and Logistics
- Conversion Technologies for Bioenergy Production
Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. Applicants must have completed at least a bachelors degree from a recognized university or college, and must enroll and participate in one of the above courses to receive the scholarship.
What it offers
Students who complete all four graduate bioenergy courses are potentially eligible for a graduate certificate in bioenergy from Penn State. In addition, outstanding students may be eligible to continue onward for a Masters of Professional Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability Systems.
Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2016 Scholarships!. Applications are due July 1st. The fall semester runs from August 22 to December 16.
Future opportunities for scholarships will include:
- Spring Semester 2017: FOR 880, Bionergy Feedstocks
- Summer Semester 2017: ABE 884, Bioenergy Systems; ABE 885, Bioenergy Harvest and Logistics
- Fall Semester 2017: ABE 888, Bioenergy Conversions
Contact Daniel Ciolkosz, program coordinator
249 Ag Engineering Bldg., University Park, PA 16802