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Trustee Scholarship Boston University 2017

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open01-Dec-2016
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What is Trustee Scholarship Boston University 2017?

Trustee Scholarship Boston University 2017 is the merit-based award recognizes students who have outstanding academic and leadership abilities. The university invites about 20 students for the Trustee Scholars Program. Students who have completed their high school with exceptional academic credentials and demonstrate viewpoints, experiences or achievements beyond the usual. The scholarship covers full tuition fees and is renewable for four years if certain criteria are met.

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

  • Students must have completed class 12.
  • Students have outstanding academic and leadership abilities.

How can you apply ?

Application can be done online with following steps:
Step 1: First create your account.
Step 2: Add schools in your list in which you want to study.
Step 3: Understand your school's specific requirements and submit all the documents before the deadline.
Step 4: Gather your general application information before you fill the application.
Step 5: Start your application. Apply Now

Terms and Conditions

Applicants have to write an essay in 600 words or less. Complete your essay on the Common Application as part of your application to Boston University:

  1. Building on recent successes in DNA research–including genetically modified crops, the creation of insulin within genetically modified cells, and the sequencing of the human genome–scientists have begun discussions about the fabrication of all DNA present in human chromosomes. Some foresee dramatic breakthroughs for humankind, while others worry that the knowledge would give parents the ability to select the traits of their offspring and perhaps allow for the creation of humans without biological parents. There is widespread agreement that the research touches ethical as well as scientific questions. In your view, do the potential benefits outweigh its risks?  If so, how should its risks be addressed?
  2. Several countries are now developing prototypes for “robot weapons,” which will have the capacity to locate targets and launch strikes without human intervention. Supporters say this is a logical and necessary step, given the growing technological sophistication of warfare. Critics contend, on both moral and strategic grounds, that humans must be directly involved whenever lethal force is used. Do you think the potential use of such weapons should be pursued?  Why?
  3. The German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote: “One cannot escape the world more certainly than through art, and one cannot bind oneself to it more certainly than through art. ”With extended reference to one novel, poem, play, a piece of music, or work of art, please discuss what you believe this sentence to mean.? In addition, applicants have to submit a short essay not more than 300 words: “Something that’s not on the resume”

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