Case Western Reserve University

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The Case Western Reserve University is a leading research university that prides itself on being the training ground of 16 Nobel laureates. It offers the Combined Graduate Study program, a scheme that allows its students to graduate with both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting, nonprofit leadership, finance, law, social work, or dental medicine. The university has various merit scholarships, including the FIRST Scholarship, which former First Robotics Competition competitors can apply for. Located at the heart of the University Circle neighborhood, CWRU’s campus is a few steps away from many of Cleveland’s most popular cultural institutions, such as the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Cleveland Institute of Music.