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Sponsored Students Services

International students sponsored by their embassies, companies or home country agencies are considered to be sponsored students.  The International Affairs Office has a sponsored student services program that serves as a liaison between students and their sponsoring organization as well as the campus community.  Students are also offered special services and cultural programming. Students who participate in the International Sponsored Student Program at Missouri S&T will have a $500 per student per semester charge that is billed to the sponsor.   

For more information, please see the sponsored student services brochure and the sponsored students flyer.  

If you have questions, you can e-mail us at iasss@mst.edu, or feel free to connect with us via facebook.com/MissouriSandTSponsoredStudents.

 

StudyMissouri Global Scholar Competition 

The Office of International & Cultural Affairs invites you to participate in our inaugural “StudyMissouri Global Scholar” competition.    
Submit all applications & completed essays to celebrate@mst.edu with the subject line: “StudyMissouri Global Scholar Award”
Deadline: February 27, 2015, 4:30 p.m.
Questions: Contact Richie Myers at myersrj@mst.edu or call 341-4335.  

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