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Overview of Stanford University

Established in 1885, Stanford University is a private institution that has a total undergraduate enrollment of 7,087.  Its setting is suburban, and the land mass of the campus is 8,180 acres. The academic calendar itutilizes is a quarter-based one. According to the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities,Stanford University was ranked in the #6. For this institution of higher education, its tuition and fees are $53,529.

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Stanford University’s pristine campus has its location in California’s Bay Area, about 30 miles from San Francisco. The student organizations offered by Stanford is wide ranged. It includes the Stanford Pre-Business Association and Stanford Solar Car Project, which designs, builds and races a solar car every two years.

The traditional “Big Game” against an annual football competition that awards the Stanford Axe is what the Stanford Cardinal is well known for. It involves a sought-after trophy that is awarded to the victor. Successful programs in tennis and golf are also available at Stanford.

The requirement to live on campus is upon freshmen alone but for all the four years that students are to spend, they are guaranteed housing, and most choose to remain on campus. Approximately 25 percent of the student body is represented by Greek life at Stanford.

The Stanford University has seven schools and undergraduate and graduate coursework is offered by four out of the seven schools while the remaining three serves as purely graduate schools. Graduate programs include the highly ranked School of Education, School of Law, School of Engineering, School of Medicine and Graduate School of Business.

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Stanford alumni has the following distinguished alumnus,  former U.S. President Herbert Hoover, actress Sigourney Weaver and golfer Tiger Woods, who played collegiately at Stanford,Hall of Fame NFL quarterback John Elway…the  list continues.

History of Stanford University

Origins and early years (1885–1906)

Its official opening occurred on October 1, 1891 to 555 students. It’s founding President is David Starr Jordan (1851–1931) while its last Founder is Jane Stanford who died in 1905.

Foundation

Stanford was founded by a husband and wife namely Leland Stanford, a railroad magnate, U.S. senator, and former California governor and Jane Lathrop Stanford respectively. This institution of higher education was named in honor of their only child, Leland Stanford Jr., who gave up the ghost in 1884 from typhoid fever just before his 16th birthday. His parents took up the decision to dedicate a university to their only son and they agreed that the children of California shall be our children. The visitation to the house of Harvard President (Charles Eliot), on whether to establish a university, technical school or museum left finding a university as his reply. This brought about the endowment of $5 million which would suffice (in 1884 dollars; about $139 million today)

The issuing of the university’s Founding Grant of Endowment from the Stanfords occurred in November 1885.

Stanford University Admission 2021       

Admissions requirements

The following are required for one to be admitted into Stanford University:

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  • High school transcript
  • An ACT or SAT score
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Application Essay

Extracurricular activities

The international students studying at Stanford come from across the United States and the world as a whole, representing diverse experiences, backgrounds and cultures.

  • Admission

Yearly, over 1,700 freshmen and 30 transfer students are enrolled into Stanford. Each applicant to this university is reviewed with an eye to academic excellence, intellectual vitality and personal context.

Undergraduate Financial Aid

The full financial need of every admitted undergrad who qualifies for assistance is met by Stanford. Undergrads have their tuition is covered with family incomes under $125,000 while tuition, room and board of undergrads with family are covered with incomes below $65,000.

Graduate Studies

At Stanford, more than 65 departments and programs offer graduate and professional degrees and there is great variation for the admission requirements among them.

Graduate Admission

Financing Graduate Study

There’s variation for the cost of graduate study at Stanford and the resources available for financial support based on the degree, school and enrollment status. Financial assistance has been made available for over 82% of Stanford graduate students.

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Graduate Student Funding

Vice Provost for Graduate Education

Information is offered to prospective students of the nearly 100 departments and programs offering graduate degrees by the office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education.

VPGE Information for Prospective Students

Financial Aid

The Stanford University is committed to making a world-class education affordable.About 80%of all students offering graduate degree receive financial aid

Application Timeline & Deadlines

Proposed start quarter: Autumn 2021

September 2020

Applications open for all prospective students.

All GRE and TOEFL tests should be taken in early fall to ensure a timely submission.

December 10, 2020

Application deadline for all PhDs.

Mid-February

Target date for all applicants to be notified of admissions decisions.

Early March, 2021

Visit Day – for accepted students only.

MidApril, 2021

Deadline for students admitted with aid to respond to offers of admission via Axess.

April 30, 2021

Deadline for students admitted without aid to respond to offers of admission via Axess.

September, 2021

New Graduate Student Orientation and beginning of Classes.

How to get into Stanford University

  • Key Stanford Facts to note on getting into Stanford:

SAT Scores needed

Required: 1550 Bare Minimum 1450

GPA expectation: 4.0+ (Top of Class)

Skills needed:

The following skills are needed to get into Stanford University:

  • Strong leadership displayed through extracurricular activities
  • A clear passion and desire aimed at learning and growing
  • Involvement in the community
  • Uniqueness! Stanford University is in need of students who will put up a contribution on something different to the college.

Stanford Acceptance Rate

During the 2018-19 admissions cycle, Stanford had an acceptance rate of 4.8% and an acceptance rate of 4.9% at 2019-2020 admission. This insinuates that for every 100 applicants, 4 students were admitted, making the process of admissions in Stanford highly competitive. 2,144 students are accepted into Stanford University programs

SAT Scores and Requirements

Stanford places a requirement on all applicants to submit either SAT or ACT scores. During the 2019-20 admissions cycle, SAT scores were submitted by 69% of admitted students.

Stanford University Tuition and Fees 2020-2021

This table represents Stanford University tuition and fees for year 2020/2021 academic year, Regular quarterly tuition for the academic year 2020/2021, payable Autumn, Winter, and Spring quarters. See Summer Quarter 2020/2021 (forthcoming) for tuition for the summer term.

Tuition CategoryTuition
Undergraduate$17619
Graduate 11-18 units$17493
Graduate 8,9,10-unit rate$11370
Each graduate unit above 18$11667
Graduate Engineering 11-18 units$18635
Graduate Engineering 8,9,10-unit rate$12110
Each graduate Engineering unit above 18$1242
Graduate School of Business (M.B.A. program—first year)*$24354
Graduate School of Business (M.B.A. program—second year)*$23530
School of Medicine (M.D. Program)*$20078
Law School$20725
GSB & Law Joint Program**$21685

Stanford University Majors

Top Ranked Majors

  • According to Best Colleges for Psychology in America, Stanford University is ranked # 1 of 1012
  • For Best Colleges for Environmental Science in America, its position is # 1 of 386
  • For Best Colleges for Biology in America, it is placed # 2 of 984

Most Popular Majors

  • Computer Science: 273 Graduates
  • Biology 209: Graduates
  • Engineering:166 Graduates

All Majors and programs offered under each include:

Arts

  • Drama and Theatre Production
  • Film and Video Studies
  • Studio Arts

Health

  • Public health

Humanities Graduate

  • African American Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Art History
  • Asian Studies
  • Chinese Language and Literature
  • Cognitive Science
  • Communications
  • Economics
  • English
  • French Language and Literature
  • German Language and Literature
  • Global Studies
  • Hispanic American Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Italian Language and Literature
  • Japanese Language and Literature
  • Latin and Ancient Greek Studies
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation
  • Literature
  • Minority and Ethnic Studies
  • Music History and Literature
  • North American Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science and Government
  • Psychology
  • Public Policy Analysis
  • Religious Studies
  • Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature
  • Sociology
  • Spanish Language and Literature
  • Theological and Ministerial Studies
  • Women’s Studies

Science, Technology, and Math

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering
  • Biology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computational and Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Geology and Earth Science
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Physics

Stanford University Rankings

According to different rankings, Stanford University has been known as an institution of higher education that is outstanding. In order to get the bigger picture of the institution’s offerings, we present to you, where Stanford University lands in various rankings as shown below:

  • #6 in National Universities (tie)
  • #1 in Best Colleges for Veterans
  • #14 in Best Undergraduate Teaching (tie)
  • #5 in Best Value Schools
  • #5 in Most Innovative Schools
  • #241 in Top Performers on Social Mobility (tie)
  • #2 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs

At schools whose highest degree is a doctorate, Stanford University ranking is as shown:

  • #6 in Aerospace /Aeronautical / Astronautical
  • #5 in Biomedical
  • #5 in Chemical
  • #8 in Civil
  • #4 in Computer (tie)
  • #3 in Electrical / Electronic / Communications
  • #2 in Environmental / Environmental Health (tie)
  • #10 in Industrial / Manufacturing (tie)
  • #7 in Materials
  • #4 in Mechanical
  • #64 in First-Year Experiences (tie)
  • #20 in Learning Communities (tie)
  • #7 in Senior Capstone (tie)
  • #5 in Service Learning (tie)
  • #9 in Co-ops/Internships (tie)
  • #7 in Writing in the Disciplines
  • #32 in Study Abroad (tie)
  • #6 in Undergraduate Research/Creative Projects

Stanford University Courses

Students offer courses in Stanford University based on subjects  as shown below.

Graduate School of Business

  • Accounting (ACCT)
  • Action Learning Programs (ALP)
  • Economic Analysis & Policy (MGTECON)
  • Finance (FINANCE)
  • GSB General & Interdisciplinary (GSBGEN)
  • Human Resource Management (HRMGT)
  • Marketing (MKTG)
  • Operations Information & Technology (OIT)
  • Organizational Behavior (OB)
  • Political Economics (POLECON)
  • Strategic Management (STRAMGT)

School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences

  • Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences (EARTH)
  • Earth Systems (EARTHSYS)
  • Earth, Energy, & Environmental Sciences (EEES)
  • Energy Resources Engineering (ENERGY)
  • Environment and Resources (ENVRES)
  • Earth System Science (ESS)
  • Geological Sciences (GEOLSCI)
  • Geophysics (GEOPHYS)
  • Sustainability Science and Practice (SUST)
  • Woods Institute for the Environment (ENVRINST)

School of Education

  • Education (EDUC)

School of Engineering

  • Aeronautics & Astronautics (AA)
  • Bioengineering (BIOE)
  • Chemical Engineering (CHEMENG)
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE)
  • Computational & Mathematical Engineering (CME)
  • Computer Science (CS)
  • Design Institute (DESINST)
  • Electrical Engineering (EE)
  • Engineering (ENGR)
  • Management Science & Engineering (MS&E)
  • Materials Science & Engineer (MATSCI)
  • Mechanical Engineering (ME)
  • Scientific Computing & Comput’l Math (SCCM)

School of Humanities & Sciences

  • African & African American Studies (AFRICAAM)
  • African & Middle Eastern Languages (AMELANG)
  • African Studies (AFRICAST)
  • American Studies (AMSTUD)
  • Anthropology (ANTHRO)
  • Applied Physics (APPPHYS)
  • Arabic Language (ARABLANG)
  • Archaeology (ARCHLGY)
  • Art History (ARTHIST)
  • Arts Institute (ARTSINST)
  • Art Studio (ARTSTUDI)
  • Asian American Studies (ASNAMST)
  • Asian Languages (ASNLANG)
  • Biology (BIO)
  • Biology/Hopkins Marine (BIOHOPK)
  • Biophysics (BIOPHYS)
  • Catalan Language Courses (CATLANG)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies (CHILATST)
  • Chinese (CHINA)
  • Chinese Language (CHINLANG)
  • Classics (CLASSICS)
  • Communication (COMM)
  • Comparative Literature (COMPLIT)
  • Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CSRE)
  • Dance (DANCE)
  • Division of Literatures, Cultures, & Languages (DLCL)
  • Drama (TAPS)
  • East Asian Languages & Cultures (EALC)
  • East Asian Studies (EASTASN)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • English (ENGLISH)
  • English for Foreign Students (EFSLANG)
  • Ethics in Society (ETHICSOC)
  • Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies (FEMGEN)
  • Film Production (FILMPROD)
  • Film Studies (FILMSTUD)
  • French Language (FRENLANG)
  • French Studies (FRENCH)
  • German Language (GERLANG)
  • German Studies (GERMAN)
  • Global Studies (GLOBAL)
  • History (HISTORY)
  • History & Philosophy of Science (HPS)
  • Human Biology (HUMBIO)
  • Human Rights (HUMRTS)
  • Humanities Core (HUMCORE)
  • Humanities & Sciences (HUMSCI)
  • Iberian & Latin American Cultures (ILAC)
  • Institute for International Studies (FSI) (IIS)
  • International Policy (INTLPOL)
  • International Relations (INTNLREL)
  • Italian Language (ITALLANG)
  • Italian Studies (ITALIAN)
  • Japanese (JAPAN)
  • Japanese Language (JAPANLNG)
  • Jewish Studies (JEWISHST)
  • Korean (KOREA)
  • Korean Language (KORLANG)
  • Latin American Studies (LATINAM)
  • Linguistics (LINGUIST)
  • Mathematical & Computational Science (MCS)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Medieval Studies (MEDVLST)
  • Modern Thought & Literature (MTL)
  • Music (MUSIC)
  • Native American Studies (NATIVEAM)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Physics (PHYSICS)
  • Political Science (POLISCI)
  • Portuguese Language (PORTLANG)
  • Psychology (PSYCH)
  • Public Policy (PUBLPOL)
  • Religious Studies (RELIGST)
  • Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies (REES)
  • Science, Technology, & Society (STS)
  • Slavic Language (SLAVLANG)
  • Slavic Studies (SLAVIC)
  • Sociology (SOC)
  • Spanish Language (SPANLANG)
  • Spanish, Portuguese, & Catalan Literature (ILAC)
  • Special Language Program (SPECLANG)
  • Stanford in Washington (SIW)
  • Statistics (STATS)
  • Symbolic Systems (SYMSYS)
  • Theater and Performance Studies (TAPS)
  • Tibetan Language (TIBETLNG)
  • Urban Studies (URBANST)

Law School

  • Law (LAW)
  • Law, Nonprofessional (LAWGEN)

School of Medicine

  • Anesthesia (ANES)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Biomedical Data Science (BIODS)
  • Biomedical Informatics (BIOMEDIN)
  • Biosciences Interdisciplinary (BIOS)
  • Cancer Biology (CBIO)
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery (CTS)
  • Chemical & Systems Biology (CSB)
  • Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR)
  • Comparative Medicine (COMPMED)
  • Dermatology (DERM)
  • Developmental Biology (DBIO)
  • Emergency Medicine (EMED)
  • Family and Community Medicine (FAMMED)
  • Genetics (GENE)
  • Health Research & Policy (HRP)
  • Immunology (IMMUNOL)
  • Medicine (MED)
  • Medicine Interdisciplinary (INDE)
  • Microbiology & Immunology (MI)
  • Molecular & Cellular Physiology (MCP)
  • Neurobiology (NBIO)
  • Neurology & Neurological Sciences (NENS)
  • Neurosciences Program (NEPR)
  • Neurosurgery (NSUR)
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology (OBGYN)
  • Ophthalmology (OPHT)
  • Orthopedic Surgery (ORTHO)
  • Otolaryngology (OTOHNS)
  • Pathology (PATH)
  • Pediatrics (PEDS)
  • Physician Assistant Studies (PAS)
  • Psychiatry (PSYC)
  • Radiation Oncology (RADO)
  • Radiology (RAD)
  • School of Medicine General (SOMGEN)
  • Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (STEMREM)
  • Structural Biology (SBIO)
  • Surgery (SURG)
  • Urology (UROL)

Office of Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

  • Education as Self-Fashioning (ESF)
  • Immersion in the Arts (ITALIC)
  • Oral Communications (ORALCOMM)
  • Overseas Studies General (OSPGEN)
  • Overseas Studies in Australia (OSPAUSTL)
  • Overseas Studies in Barcelona (CASB) (OSPBARCL)
  • Overseas Studies in Beijing (OSPBEIJ)
  • Overseas Studies in Berlin (OSPBER)
  • Overseas Studies in Cape Town (OSPCPTWN)
  • Overseas Studies in Florence (OSPFLOR)
  • Overseas Studies in Hong Kong (OSPHONGK)
  • Overseas Studies in Istanbul (OSPISTAN)
  • Overseas Studies in Kyoto (OSPKYOTO)
  • Overseas Studies in Kyoto (KCJS) (OSPKYOCT)
  • Overseas Studies in Madrid (OSPMADRD)
  • Overseas Studies in Oxford (OSPOXFRD)
  • Overseas Studies in Paris (OSPPARIS)
  • Overseas Studies in Santiago (OSPSANTG)
  • Residential Programs (RESPROG)
  • ROTC Air Force (ROTCAF)
  • ROTC Army (ROTCARMY)
  • ROTC Navy (ROTCNAVY)
  • Stanford in New York (SINY)
  • Structured Liberal Education (SLE)
  • Thinking Matters (THINK)
  • Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR)
  • Writing & Rhetoric, Program in (PWR)

Office of Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

  • Teaching and Learning (VPTL)
  • Health and Human Performance
  • Athletics and Club Sports (ATHLETIC)
  • Kinesiology (KIN)
  • Leadership Innovations (LEAD)
  • Lifeworks (LIFE)
  • Outdoor Education (OUTDOOR)
  • Physical Education (PE)
  • Wellness Education (WELLNESS)

Stanford Continuing Studies

  • Master of Liberal Arts (MLA)

Free Online Courses in Stanford

Aimed at improving on-campus courses and providing broader public access to exciting learning opportunities, Stanford is developing new online course material. At Stanford’s office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning, the engineering team is running and developing on an instance of the OpenEdX platform.

The free online courses offered by Stanford University include:

  • Statistical Learning
  • Mining Massive Datasets

This online course takes 8-10 hours a week and is to last for 7 weeks

  • Automata Theory

It is an online course of 8-10 hours a week and from start time to end time takes 6 weeks.

  • Computer Science

A total of 4 hours will be taken to teach this online course in a week and it is to last for a period of 6 weeks.

  • Writing in the Sciences
  • Adventures in Writing
  • How to Learn Math: For Students
  • Introduction to Computer Networking
  • WIP: Developing Instructionally-Embedded Performance Assessments for the NGSS Classroom
  • Solar: Solar Cells, Fuel Cells and Batteries
  • Introduction to Chemical Engineering
  • Compilers
  • Language, Proof and Logic
  • Creating Effective Online and Blended Courses
  • Forest Monitoring with CLASlite
  • Thinking Critically: Interpreting Randomized Clinical Trials
  • Optimizing Antimicrobial Therapy with Timeouts
  • Molecular Foundations of Medicine
  • Introduction to the Natural Capital Project Approach
  • Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Statistical Reasoning
  • Statistics in Medicine
  • Principles of Computing
  • Defining the String Quartet: Haydn
  • Introduction To Food & Health
  • Focused Bedside TTE and Ultrasound
  • America’s Poverty Course

This online course will require 2-4 hours from you in a whole weekj and is to last for a total duration of 8 weeks.

  • To Prescribe or Not To Prescribe? Antibiotics and Outpatient Infections
  • Data Analytics Certificate
  • Algorithms: Design and Analysis
  • Requires 3 hours perweek and is 10 weeks long
  • Human Trafficking Awareness for the General Public
  • Human Trafficking Awareness for the Hospitality Industry
  • Human Trafficking Awareness for the Restaurant Industry
  • Managing Atrial Fibrillation
  • Interprofessional Education for 21st Century Care
  • Supporting English Learners: Resources for Leaders
  • Essentials of Program Strategy and Evaluation
  • Unconscious Bias in Medicine
  • Musculoskeletal Primer for the Non-Orthopedist
  • Introduction to Complexity
  • Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 2
  • Exotic Species Cancer Research Alliance
  • Exotic Tumor Database Training
  • Disaster Medicine Training
  • The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism

Famous Stanford University Alumni

Being one of the greatest institutions in the globe, it has alumni who have gone to Stanford University and had some renown afterwards.

Graduates from Stanford University includethose who are known to be prominent in the world as a wholeinclude celebrities, politicians, business people, athletes and lots more.

This list which consist of each distinguished alumnus of Stanford University is loosely ordered by relevance. This is to say that the most recognizable celebrities who have graduated fromStanford University are at the top of the list. It is to be noted that this directory comprises of some of the famous people that didn’t necessarily earn a degree from Stanford University hence it is not just composed of graduates of this Stanford University.

The list consists of Jennifer Connelly, Reese Witherspoonand more famous Stanford Cardinal.

We bring to you a list of some of the most famous Stanford alumni!

  • Doug Mackenzie – A venture Capitalist
  • Reese Witherspoon – A businessperson and film Producer
  • Tiger Woods – An athlete and American professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time
  • James Isaacs – The Worldwide Sales and Alliances’ Senior Vice President.
  • Sigourney Weaver – An actor.
  • John F. Kennedy – Politician and Military Officer (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963).
  • Ping Li – An entrepreneur and consultant who joined Accel Partners in 2004 and its primary focus on information technology infrastructure
  • Larry Page–Businessperson and entrepreneur. He founded google as its CEO and grew the company to more than 200 employees and profitability before leaving.
  • Yul Kwon – Businessperson and Actor. He is known to be a Korean-American television host and former government official, lawyer, and management consultant.
  • Emmy Rossum – American singer-songwriter and actress who has starred in several movies.
  • William C. Steere Jr. – Chairman Emeritus of Pfizer Inc. since July 2001.
  • Reed Hastings – Businessperson and Entrepreneur. This an American entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the co-founder and CEO of Netflix.
  • Ken Oshman M.- He has been Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Echelon Corporation since September 1989.
  • Jennifer Connelly – Model and Actor. She is an American film actress who began her career as a child model. She appeared in magazines.
  • Sergey Brin – Executive Management and Businessperson. Brin is a native of Moscow. He received a bachelor of science degree with honors in mathematics and computer science from this prestigious.
  • Marc J Shapiro
  • Mukesh Ambani – Businessperson, He is an Indian business magnate.
  • Rachel Anne MaddowCommentator, Radio personality is an American television host, political commentator, and author.
  • Raymond Burr – Television director and Actor. He was a Canadian-American actor. His roles in the television dramas made him primarily prominent.
  • Ted Danson – Activist and Film Producer. He is an American actor, author, and producer.
  • Reid Hoffman–Businessperson and Investor.
  • Herbert Hoover–Businessperson and Civil engineer. Herbert Hoover was a professional mining engineer.
  • Sally Ride – Physicist and Astronaut. He was given birth to in Los Angeles, Ride joined NASA in 1978.
  • Marissa Mayer – Businessperson and Computer scientist. She is the current president and CEO of Yahoo!. This is a position she has held since July 2012.
  • Ellen Ochoa-  Ochoa is an Astronaut and Engineer. Former astronaut and current Director of the Johnson Space Center.

Stanford courses for working professionals

  • Introduction to Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
  • Creating Adoption Sensitive Classrooms
  • A Mindful Pedagogy: Strategies for Creating Compassionate and Purposeful Learning Spaces
  • How to “Read and Write” in Math: Improving Problem Solving and Communication in Mathematics
  • Strategies for Reaching At-Risk Students
  • Foundations of Teaching with Technology
  • Getting Googled-Your Students Will Never Lose Their Homework Again
  • Engaging Parents to Increase Student Achievement
  • Advocating for Students: The Special Education Process and Beyond
  • Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)
  • Classroom and Behavior Management Strategies that Work
  • Building Capacity for Effective Reading Instruction through Collaborative Inquiry
  • Conducting the Parent Conference
  • Content-based Instructional Strategies for ELL
  • Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Learners
  • Essential Strategies for 21st Century Teaching
  • Developing Students’ Mindfulness Practice to Support Engagement, Self-Regulation, and Achievement
  • Choice Theory in the Classroom: Where Every Student Can Succeed
  • Differentiating Instruction in the 21st Century Classroom
  • ELL Language Assessment and Related Issues in the K- 12 Classroom: An Introduction
  • ELL Reading: Teaching Strategies for K-12
  • Giving Directives That Students Will Follow
  • Project Based Learning for All Classrooms
  • Implementing Peer Coaching to Improve Teaching and Learning
  • Maximizing Engagement of All Learners
  • Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners in Your Classroom
  • Nimble Transitioning: Integrating RTI, PLCs, and Differentiation to Improve Student Outcomes
  • Preventing (Cyber)Bullying: Creating Safe Schools For All Students
  • Stopping Disruptive Behavior
  • Supporting UDL and the Common Core Standards with Interactive Whiteboard Systems
  • Teaching English Language Learners (ELL): An Introduction
  • Transforming Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems-An Overview
  • Transforming Language Arts Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems
  • Understanding and Combating Student’s Math Anxiety

Stanford University Scholarships

Stanford University Scholarships are available for international/study abroad students all year round. They are often need scholarships to enable those who don’t have a strong financial backbone required to sponsor their education. Stanford University equally extends the financial aid program to both undergraduate and graduate students.

The kind of Scholarships Stanford University offers include:

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Others are:

  • Stanford Athletics Scholarships
  • Stanford Law School Scholarships
  • Stanford Summer College Academy Scholarships
  • Stanford Departmental Scholarships
  • Lisa M. Schnitzer Memorial Scholarship
    • The awards, fellowship, programme, and funding support under Lisa M. Schnitzer Memorial Scholarship include
  • Deborah L. Rhode Public Interest Award
  • Justice John Paul Stevens Fellowships
  • Loan Repayment Assistance Programme

and other postgraduate Fellowships and Other Funding Support.

Other Scholarships available to international students in Stanford University:

  • CISAC International Fellowships
  • Stanford MBA Fellowship
  • Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program
  • CASBS Residential Fellowship Program
  • CEAS Postdoctoral Fellowship in Chinese Studies
  • Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai MBA Fellowship Program
  • John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships
  • Epicenter University Innovation Fellowship
  • Stanford GSB Fellowship
  • SSRP-Amgen Scholars Program
  • The Wallenberg Foundation Postdoctoral Scholarship Program

Conclusion

Stanford University has all you need to get a worthy degree. It also has courses online that will give anyone an edge at job interviews. So, it’s up to you to kick it up a notch! Be confident. Apply to Stanford today. GOODLUCK!

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