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Scholarship Award Letter

Scholarship award letter is a formal notification letter issued by the scholarship board of university/ college or other scholarship providing institution to inform the scholarship applicant that he/she has been selected for the scholarship. It is most likely written by the head of the scholarship committee, director of the university or the other higher authority of the scholarship providing institution.  It covers all the relevant information related with this in easy to understandable language.

Sample Scholarship Award Letter


Mr. Roger William


Texas University

67 Rivendell

Texas 5776


Ms. Bella Brooke

2/84 Marvell Avenues

45 Daffodil Streets

Denver 5575

Date: 7 July, 2014

Subject: Congratulations you have won the Texas University Scholarship

Dear Ms. Brooke,

I am writing this on behalf of Texas University to inform you with great pleasure that you have selected for the university scholarship of 2014-2015. Accept my congratulations!

Your annual scholarship will be specified for six payments of $000, $000, $000, $000, $000 and $000. You will be awarded with the first draft of scholarship payments after the completion of your enrollment formality of this session and there after every second month till the year end.

Texas University Scholarship was made possible through the help of the generous members Education Foundation. They have donated money to our university for the financial assistance of intelligent and deserving students like you. We are expecting that now you can focus on your studies without any monetary difficulty. We are sure that this scholarship will support you in the completion of your educational goals.

Thank you.

Yours Truly,

Roger William


Texas University

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