Urban and Land Institute
Urban and Land Institute
1025 Thomas Jefferson St. NW, Ste. 500
Kenneth M. Good Graduate Students Fellowship Program (Undergraduate/Fellowship)
Purpose: To promote interdisciplinary education and to encourage excellence in real estate-related studies. Focus: Real Estate. Qualif.: Applicants must be graduating students who are studying real estate, real estate development, or related subjects at a major North American university. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on financial need of the applicant and result of the nomination.
Funds Avail.: $5,000. Number Awarded: 8. To Apply: Applicants must submit evidence that they are currently attending a real estate degree program.
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