International Student Award for $1,000/ a semester for minimally the top ten new international students every semester.Transfer award for undergraduate students who have received at least 60 credits worth of transfer credit and have at least a 2.0 of 4.0 GPA.Larger scholarships are also available for students who have received exceptionally high SAT/ ACT scores.


Scholarships that range from $1000-$6000 per year are offered. They can cover 50% of tuition.85% of all international students are known to receive a scholarship.


Generous scholarships – ranging from $2,700 to $13,500 USD per academic year – will be competitively awarded to academically talented applicants from around the world. Scholarships may be awarded to students who have the equivalent of a 3.00 or higher secondary school grade point average and a TOEFL score of at least 550. Students who submit scores from the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) may be eligible for higher scholarships. All scholarships are renewable annually, for the life of a student’s program, based on continued academic performance (maintaining a 3.00 GPA or higher). For more information, visit: http://view.fdu.edu/default.aspx?id=4132.


We are a high school and offer needs based financial assistance only. Enrolled students can apply through Apple Financial Services (www.applefinancialservices.ca). If Apple makes a recommendation we try to match about 80% of what they recommend, or more.

All International Students are considered for scholarships based on their academic achievement prior to entering Ashland University. Ashland University will determine the equivalent U.S. grade point average. This is only available to students on F or J visas. Students receiving government or athletic scholarship are not eligible.

If a student is eligible for any scholarship, the scholarship is automatically granted as a reduction in tuition. The amount of the scholarship will be reflected on the I-20 form or DS-2019 form. The scholarship is renewable for up to five years (ten semesters), provided the student is making satisfactory progress toward the bachelor or associate degree.


 For first year undergraduate, based on cumulative high school grade point average and TOEFL or IELTS score. For transfer or 2nd degree students based on university grade point average and TOEFL or IELTS score. Scholarship is applied to academic tuition (not ACCESS). Requires 2.75 GPA to maintain.1 point additional for TOEFL iBT writing band above 25 or IELTS writing band above 7.5. Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis and divided between the Fall and Spring semesters.
 Graduate students who have a GPA of 3.25 GPA or better and an IELTS score of 7.0 or TOEFL ibt of 90 (or better) will receive a onetime award of $500. Limited funds are available. Scholarship is applied to academic tuition (not ACCESS). Award is applied to student account 6 weeks after the beginning of the second semester.

Each year, the Parents Advisory Council awards scholarships to recognize students for past leadership contributions and future potential as a leader. Applications are completed in the spring – usually March. Students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and not be a recipient of a Presidential, Whitinger, or Emens scholarship. A committee selects the scholarship recipients by mid-April.


Fellowships will be awarded to graduate female foreign students of outstanding ability who can be expected to give effective leadership in their fields upon return to their home country.


PhD in areas of biomedical & behavioral research within one of the three institutes.


$10,000 fellowship for women entering or continuing a PhD program in aerospace-related studies.


Funding opportunity for Muslim students in medicine, engineering, and sciences to study at an accredited European or North American university.


Four types of scholarships for undergraduate students interested in computer science and related technical disciplines. One year award for students attending institutions in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. All recipients are required to complete a 12-week salaried summer internship at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, WA.


Biennial award to outstanding college students around the world through a competitive essay contest on the meaning and significance of economic and personal liberty.


Various awards for women pursuing baccalaureate or graduate degrees in engineering or computer science.


Deadline: January 10, 2012

  • Amounts vary
  • Renewable with a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • By invitation only


  • Amounts vary
  • Renewable with a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • By invitation only


Deadline: January 10, 2012

  • Amounts vary
  • Renewable with a 3.0 cumulative GPA


  • Find the dollar value that corresponds with your highest proficiency score
  • Find the dollar value for your cumulative high school GPA
  • Add the dollar values together


Deadline: January 10, 2012

  • $500 annual award
  • Awarded to full-time degree-seeking day school students whose parent(s) earned a degree at Drury University
  • Renewable with a 3.0 cumulative GPA


Deadline: July 15, 2012

  • $3,000 annual award
  • Awarded to students who have completed the requirements and have or will receive an International Baccalaureate diploma
  • Renewable with a 3.0 cumulative GPA


  • Art Award (majors only)
  • Athletic Award
  • Debate Award
  • Music Award
  • Theatre Award


$5,000 scholarship opportunity for international 10-Month MBA students. All international applicants of the 10-Month accelerated MBA program will automatically be considered for the Thomas College Longfellow Scholarship. The scholarship provides the opportunity for international students to earn an MBA at an even lower cost than the already uniquely valuable fee structure.


UCLan is offering a scholarship for a Masters programme in Business to one student from the UAE – The UCLAN UAE Award for Excellence. The scholarship will equate to 50% of the course fees and will be awarded on academic merit, open to nationals and residents of the UAE.


7 International Scholarships worth 6750£ Each.Each Scholarship is based primarily on academic achievements.Scholarships valid only for Postgraduate Students!Students must have accepted an unconditional offer from Southampton before 31 May 2011.


Support one international student to undertake a one year, full-time Masters course.Deadline – The online application process will be available from this page in March, with an application deadline of 16 May IOE-Said Foundation.Awards for masters students from Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria.The IOE supports up to ten Said Foundation Scholarships who are studying for a masters degree.Eligibility: Apply to the Said Foundation, and must hold an offer from the IOE to be eligible.


Trustee Scholarship $15,000

Presidential Scholarship $13,000

Academic Scholarship $11,000

Challenge Grant $10,000

Music Scholarship – Amount Varies

Athletic Scholarship – Amount Varies (Applicant must present SAT score)

Design Scholarship – Amount Varies (Applicant must present portfolio)


Welcome to the University of New Haven.
The University of New Haven is a private, top-tier comprehensive institution recognized as a national leader in experiential education. Founded in 1920, the University provides its students with a unique combination of a solid liberal arts education and real-world, hands-on professional training. UNH’s approximately 6,000 students select from more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degree offerings in the arts and sciences, business, criminal justice, engineering and forensic sciences. This year, U.S. News and World Report magazine named UNH among the top-tier regional universities in the North in its annual “America’s Best Colleges” rankings.



The University is located on 82 acres in West Haven, CT, suburban hillside community only minutes from the bustling city of New Haven and miles of Connecticut shoreline and beaches. The campus is only 90 minutes from New York City and 2-1/2 hours from Boston.

Faculty & Staff

The University has 522 faculty members. Among the 200 full-time faculty members, 83 percent hold the highest degree in their field and 52 percent have tenure. The student faculty ratio is approximately 16:1. The University has nearly 500 staff members.


Of the University’s 4,203 undergraduate students and 1,746 graduate students, nearly 60 percent come from Connecticut, while 33 percent come from other states, and 8 percent are international students.



The University of New Haven is a coeducational, nonsectarian, independent institution of higher learning, chartered by the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut.

The university is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the New England Association indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied through a peer review process. Institutional integrity is also addressed through accreditation.


The University of New Haven offers nearly 100 undergraduate degree programs and more than 25 graduate degree programs, in innovative fields such as sports management, nutrition and dietetics, forensic science, music and sound recording, engineering, computer science, fire science, criminal justice, biology, and dental hygiene.


Undergraduate Programs

  • Accounting
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Business (Management)
  • Chemistry
  • Communication
  • Computer Science
  • Criminal Justice
  • Dental Hygiene (A.S., B.S.)
  • Education (Bachelor’s Plus)
  • Chemical Engineering (B.S.)
  • Civil Engineering (B.S.)
  • Computer Engineering (B.S.)
  • Electrical Engineering (B.S.)
  • General Engineering (B.S.)
  • Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)
  • System Engineering (B.S.)
  • English
  • Forensic Science (B.S.)
  • Global Studies (B.A.)
  • Graphic Design (B.A.)
  • History (B.A.)
  • Hotel & Restaurant Management (B.S.)
  • Information Technology (B.S.)
  • Environmental Science (B.S.)
  • Finance (B.S.)
  • Fire & Occupational Safety (A.S.)
  • Fire Protection Engineering (B.S.)
  • Fire Science (B.S.)
  • Interior Design
  • Legal Studies
  • Liberal Studies
  • Management (Business)
  • Marine Biology (B.S.)
  • Marketing (B.S.)
  • Mathematics (B.S.) (B.A.)
  • Music (B.A.)
  • Music Industry (B.A.)
  • Music & Sound Recording (B.A., B.S.)
  • Nutrition & Dietetics (B.S.)
  • Political Science (B.A.)
  • Psychology
  • Sports Management
  • Sustainability Studies
  • Theatre Arts
  • Tourism & Event Management

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There are program based or rather say subject based scholarships available for international students and these are as follows:

  • Biosciences (Cornwall Campus): The Centre of Ecology and Conservation within the College of Life and Environmental Sciences offers a fees-only scholarship to International students from Africa, Asia and Latin America undertaking the MSc in Conservation and Biodiversity at the Cornwall Campus. The scholarship is available to one student from each of these geographical regions.
  • Engineering, and Mathematics and Computer Science (Streatham Campus, Exeter): These scholarships are available for undergraduate as well as postgraduate students undertaking this field.
  • Law (Exeter and Cornwall Campuses): The Law School is offering up to six undergraduate scholarships of £3,000 each per year. Three awards are allocated to students studying at the Streatham Campus in Exeter and three for those studying in the Cornwall Campus. The scholarship is renewable for each year of undergraduate study dependent upon obtaining grades at a minimum of 2:1 standard overall in each end of year examinations. They are available to international students who achieve high scores in IB or A levels.
  • Sport and Health Sciences (St Luke’s Campus, Exeter): Sport and Health Sciences offers undergraduate scholarships for International and Channel Islands students taking the BSc in Exercise and Sport Sciences.

Postgraduate scholarships are also offered to international students studying for the MSc in Sport and Health Sciences, the MSc in Paediatric Exercise and Health and the MPhil/PhD in Sport and Health Sciences.


  • British Council Chevening Scholarships – These scholarships are available to offer holders aged 25-35 from a wide range of countries, excluding the USA. Details can be obtained from the British Council or Embassy in your own country.
  • Andrew Stratton Scholarship – A one-year award of up to £1,000 for a privately funded International student studying for a taught Masters program in Engineering or Science who will be registered from October of the coming academic year.
    The scholarship will be advertised at the beginning of May (subject to sufficient funds) with a closing date of 30 June.
  • 2011 Business School Postgraduate Scholarships – Each year the University of Exeter Business School offers a range of scholarships to assist applicants with tuition fees and to encourage postgraduate applicants with high potential to study with us.
  • Distinction Scholarship – Ten awards of up to £4,000 for students with exceptional academic abilities and career potential.
  • Thomson Reuters Scholarship – Ten awards of up to £4,000 for postgraduate finance students with an excellent academic track record.
  • Language Excellence Award – £2,000 for applicants who have achieved high standards in a recognized English language qualification.
  • Alumni Scholarships – £1,000 for University of Exeter alumni.


    • University of Exeter PhD awards The University has made available over 250 studentships and bursaries. Studentships cover full fees and a research council equivalent maintenance grant for three or four years. PhD bursaries generally provide partial funding in return for work, e.g. teaching.
    • Research Council studentships One of the main sources of financial support for PhD students who ordinarily reside in the UK or European Union are Research. Awards are offered either through open competition or a quota of awards to individual University departments. Full or fees only awards for UK and EU students are based on established UK residency. Applicants should check that the program to which they apply is eligible for the receipt of Research Council studentships, as this may vary from year to year.
    • Teaching and Research Assistantships A number of departments can offer employment as a Teaching Assistant or an Assistant to a staff research project. The availability of such posts will vary and you should contact the department to which you wish to apply in order to enquire about opportunities. Research students working as Teaching Assistants receive training through the HEA-accredited Learning and Teaching in Higher Education program run by the University’s Education Enhancement Unit.
    • Exeter Graduate Fellowship Scheme This scheme offers a fixed package of teaching or research duties spread out over three or four years. These can be either as full awards of 180 hours per year or half awards of 90 hours per year. The scheme is open to UK/EU and international students, and the award comprises payment of tuition fees at Home/EU rates and a maintenance allowance pegged to Research Council rates (pro rata for the half award).This scheme is only open to new research students (i.e. you cannot apply for the scheme once you have registered for a PhD at Exeter).
  • Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Scheme This national graduate training scheme in which the University is a partner not only provides an income during your research, but also covers the cost of all or some of your MPhil/PhD fees.KTP enables you to undertake a one- to three-year research-based, in-company project which is central to the company’s strategic development. You are paid a salary, given structured training and provided with mentoring support. KTP projects often lead to an offer of a permanent post with the host company. They are available to students at both Exeter and Cornwall campuses.


Exeter is proud of its high quality reputation that matches its wholehearted commitment to delivering sporting excellence. Sports Scholars play a key role in maintaining these high standards of achievement; they compete successfully in several of the sports teams that form part of the University High Performance Program. On average, over 50 Scholarships are awarded each year.


The scholarship is available for Undergraduate as well as Post-graduate students. They are only offered to students who have gained an offer of a place or normal admission to a course on their academic qualifications. However, it is not necessary to wait for an offer of a place before submitting your registration of interest. No special reduction in entry criteria is offered as part of the scholarship, nor does the offer of a scholarship carry with it an offer of a place.


Sports Scholarships will be tailored to the needs of the individual but will include a cash sum for sporting expenses/discounted accommodation costs from £500 up to a maximum of £1,000 and for exceptional athletes, this can rise to £2,000. A full package of support services equating to a cash equivalent of £500 is also provided.

In the main, the Sports Scholarship Scheme is funded centrally by the University High Performance Program. However, several partners and local and national sponsors also show great generosity by financing several individual scholarships and bursaries.There are also sports-specific bursaries available like for the following:

  • Golf Exeter is one of only 12 institutions in the UK to be awarded an educational development grant from the Royal & Ancient to help Exeter administer a performance program for elite student golfers. Men wishing to apply should have a handicap of scratch or better and women 4 or better. Please see the Golf Bursary pages for full details.
  • Men’s Rugby Opportunities exist for undergraduates and postgraduates to apply to the University’s Rugby Bursary Program run in partnership with Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and kindly supported by the South West Communications Group. Please see the Rugby Bursary pages for full details.
  • TASS The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme or TASS as it is better known is a Government funded program that represents a unique partnership between sport and higher and further education.

Who can apply for sports scholarships?

Performers from any sport recognized by the AU will be considered, but emphasis is placed on the following High Performance Focus Sports:

  • Badminton
  • Cricket
  • Golf
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Netball
  • Rowing
  • Rugby
  • Sailing
  • Tennis

However, outstanding performers from any sport will be considered. All of the sports mentioned above have nationally recognized reputations for competition and excellence at Exeter, along with first-class sports-specific training facilities.


Announcing the creation of 10 scholarships valued at £11,940 each.

The University of Exeter and INTO University of Exeter invites applications for the University of Exeter Foundation Scholarships. The scholarships have been created to assist international fee-paying students who need to complete a Foundation Program before enrolling on a University of Exeter undergraduate degree program.

The scholarships are available to all international students applying for the following INTO University of Exeter Foundation pathways:

  • Foundation pathway in Science: Leading to an undergraduate degree in College of Life and Environmental Sciences
  • Foundation pathway in Humanities, Law and Social Science:Leading to an undergraduate degree in the College of Social Sciences and International Studies or the College of Humanities
  • Foundation pathway in Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics: Leading to a degree in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.

The Foundation program commences in September 2011 and January 2012. Successful completion of the appropriate Foundation pathway (subject to meeting specified grades for entry) guarantees students progression onto a wide range of undergraduate degree programs at the University of Exeter.


  • All international fee-paying students
  • Students who have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with the appropriate grades
  • Students must be a minimum of 17 years old
  • Students must have a minimum English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in all sub-skills)
  • The scholarships are not available to students who intend to progress onto undergraduate degrees in subjects other than those in the College of Social Sciences and International Studies, the College of Humanities, the College of Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences or the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.


Successful applicants will receive a scholarship valued at £5,970 which will be deducted from their INTO Foundation program tuition fees, provided students apply to continue their undergraduate study at the University of Exeter.


  • £11,940 **
    (The remaining 50% of the award will be deducted from tuition fees for year 1 of an Undergraduate Degree Program at the University of Exeter subject to student achieving required progression grades and enrolling on an undergraduate degree program)
  • + Successful scholarship applicants will not be entitled to a tuition fee discount for timely payment.
  • ** Successful scholarship applicants who have paid their full tuition fees before a certain date will receive a scholarship of 50% of the Foundation tuition fees received. The same amount will be discounted from the first year of their undergraduate degree course at Exeter University.


The Institute for Transport Studies (ITS), University of Leeds, is offering a fees scholarship worth £7500, to provide a unique opportunity to a student of outstanding ability, achievement and potential. The scholarship will fund 50% of the fees for an international student to undertake a full-time Masters Degree programme at ITS.

For the September 2013 intake, ITS is offering following scholarships for Masters Study:

  • Transport the World Masters Scholarship 2013: Worldwide
  • Transport the World Masters Scholarship 2013: Africa
  • Transport the World Masters Scholarship 2013: Europe


Applicants must first hold an offer (conditional or unconditional) of an academic place on an ITS Masters programme for the academic year commencing September 2013 and be designated as ‘international fee status’ (please note that there are also ITS scholarship competitions for EU and African nationals).


The scholarship is a 50% fee waiver for the 2013-14 academic year, to the value of £7500.


Applicants should submit the ITS scholarship form and include a statement of 500 words on how a Masters degree from ITS would enable them to make a difference to transportation in their country or region, and specifically to tackle a significant problem or issue.


Scholarship applications should be submitted to ITS no later than 13th June 2013.

For further details including the application pack and full terms and conditions, please visit the ITS website: www.its.leeds.ac.uk/courses/masters/scholarships.


  • International Foundation in Science: €13,490
  • International Foundation in Humanities and Law: €12,450
  • International Foundation in Pharmacy, Biomedicine and Health: €13,490
  • A-level 6 terms all Pathways: Up to: €17,700
  • A-level: 5 terms all Pathways: Up to€14,750


  • International Diploma Scholarship – £4,000 – £10,000
  • Graduate Diploma Scholarship – £4,000 – £10,000
  • International Foundation Scholarship – £4,000 – £10,000

To know more about these scholarship, Click here


  • International Foundation in Science: €13,050 (approximately)
  • International Foundation in Engineering and Mathematics: €13,700 (approximately)
  • International Foundation in Humanities, Law and Social Sciences: €13,700 (approximately)
  • INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA in Engineering: €14,000


  • International Foundation in Business and Management: €12,450
  • International Foundation in Humanities and Social Sciences: €12,250
  • International Foundation in Physical Sciences and Engineering: €13,490
  • International Foundation in Biological and Biomedical Science: University of East Anglia €13,490


  • A-level 6 terms all Pathways: Up to €10,000
  • A-level 5 terms all Pathways: Up to €10,000
  • INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA in Business: €5,670
  • Graduate Diploma all Pathways: €11,340
  • International Foundation in Humanities, Law ,Business, Management, Accounting and Economics: €6,225
  • International Foundation in Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Computing: €6,225


  • International Foundation in Business, Humanities and Social Science: €2,000
  • International Foundation in Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics: €2,000
  • Graduate
  • Diploma in Science and Engineering: €2,000 – €5,000
  • Graduate Diploma in Business, Law and Social Science :€2,000 – €5,000
  • Academic English in English for University Study: €1,000


  • International Foundation in Business and Economics: €1,000 – €3,000
  • International Foundation in Humanities and Law: €1,000 – €3,000
  • INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA in Business: €1,000 – €3,000
  • Graduate Diploma all Pathways: €1,000 – €3,000
  • Academic English in English for University Study: €1,000


  • International Foundation all Pathways: €12,450
  • INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA all Pathways: €12,450
  • Graduate Diploma all Pathways: €12,450


  • International Foundation all pathways: €1,000
  • INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA all Pathways: €1,000
  • Graduate Diploma all pathways: €1,000


They provide Academic scholarships to international students of up to $10.,000. This scholarship is based on the total strength of the Students application.


Scholarships are purely based on academic merits. Students with high grades can expect scholarships for $2000-$3000 during admissions, students who do academically well at the university can also apply for ongoing scholarship.

Apart from scholarships, we offer very good COOP opportunities to our students, this is paid work opportunities during the course of their study in one of 1300 Canadian companies we work with, students can expect to earn between $2000-$3000 per month during their coop jobs and this will help them pay their tuition fees and also get valuable work experience. COOP jobs are available for BBA, BCIS (IT) and BSC students. Typically in a 4 year degree students can expect to work 8-12 months during course of their study.


Value: $5,000 Number: 3


  • Entering one of the following programs: Automated Systems Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Applied Technology Geographic Information Systems, Bachelor of Applied Technology Information Systems, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Information Technology, Object- Oriented Software Developer
  • Academic merit


Value: $3,500 Number: 10


  • Entering one of the following programs: Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Technology, Aircraft Structures Technician, Architectural Technologies, Automated Systems Engineering Technology, Automotive Service Technology, Bachelor of Applied Technology Geographic Information Systems, Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering, Business Administration-Automotive Management, Chemical Engineering Technology, Chemical Laboratory Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Design and Drafting Technology, Geomatics Engineering Technology, Diesel Equipment Technician, Information Technology, Instrumentation Engineering Technology, Machinist Technician, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Design Technology, Petroleum Engineering Technology, Power Engineering Technology, Power and Process Operations, Welding Engineering Technology
  • Academic achievement
  • Financial need
  • Leadership/community


(Listed on the OnLine Application under the General Awards Section)

Value: $1,000 Number: 30


  • Enrolled in First period of the following apprenticeship and pre-employment programs: Appliance Service Technician, Auto Body Technician, Automotive Service Technician, Baker, Bricklayer, Cabinetmaker, Carpenter, Concrete Finisher, Electrical Motor Systems Technician, Electrician, Gas-fitter First Class, Glassworker/Glazier, Heavy Equipment Technician, Instrument Technician, Machinist, Millwright, Painter and Decorator, Parts Technician, Plumber, Power Systems Electrician, Recreation Vehicle Service Technician, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, Sheet Metal Worker, Steamfitter-Pipefitter, Transport Refrigeration Mechanic, Welder
  • Academic achievement
  • Financial need
  • Leadership/community involvement.


Value: $5,000 Number: 4


  • Entering one of the following programs: Administrative Information Management, Bachelor of Applied Technology Information Systems, Business Administration, Dental Assisting, Emergency Medical Technology – Paramedic, Film and Video Production, Graphic Communication and Print Technology, Health Information Management, Hospitality Management, Journalism, Legal Assistant, Library Information Technology, New Media Production and Design, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Nutrition for Healthy Lifestyles, Baking and Pastry Arts, Professional Cooking, Radio Television and Broadcast News, Respiratory Therapy, Travel and Tourism
  • Academic achievement
  • Financial need
  • Leadership/community involvement.


Value: $1,710, $2,550 Number: 2


  • One award for entering Certificate program
  • One award for entering Diploma or Applied Degree program
  • Financial need – intended to assist individuals with extenuating circumstances who may not be able to attend SAIT without financial assistance.


There are no scholarships offered, but the tuition fees are low.


The St. Francis Xavier scholarship is a full tuition, four-year scholarship. It is awarded annually to 10 incoming first-year students with exceptional academic achievement and outstanding leadership involvement in their community and/or school.

The Chancellor Scholarship is a four-year scholarship named in honor of Xavier’s past President and first Chancellor of the University, Father James E. Hoff, S.J. It is awarded annually to 15 incoming first-year students with excellent academic achievement. The 2011-2012 value of the Chancellor Scholarship was $17,000 per year.

Typical recipients of the St. Francis Xavier and Chancellor scholarships rank in the top 5 percent of their high school class with a GPA of at least a 3.75 and have a minimum SAT of 1360 (ACT of 31). Selected students will be interviewed on campus on Saturday, February 11.

The St. Francis Xavier and Chancellor scholarships are tuition restricted and supersede any other scholarship/award offers.


Xavier offers many academic scholarships to recognize high achieving students. Any student who applies for admission is automatically evaluated for one of these awards. For Fall 2011, these academic scholarship amounts ranged from $14,000 to $15,000 annually.


Students who do not qualify for academic scholarships are considered for the Dean’s, Buschmann and Leadership awards. These are also based on students’ applications for admission. For Fall 2011, these awards ranged from $7,000 to $13,000 per year. These awards are renewable for a total of four years as long as students maintain a minimum GPA and remain enrolled full-time.


National Merit finalists who list Xavier as their first choice and meet the application deadline are guaranteed at least a Trustee or Schawe scholarship, plus a $1,000-$2,000 renewable award depending on financial need, if they do not receive a corporate sponsored National Merit award.


The International Baccalaureate scholarship is awarded to freshman applicants who complete the IB Program (Diploma or Certificates) through the senior year of high school and who have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) on their higher level courses.


The International Center provides a limited number of scholarships to selected undergraduate students that wish to serve as International Center Ambassadors.Scholarships will be awarded by the International Center Scholarship Committee. The value of the scholarship is estimated at over $11,000 per academic year and is renewable up to four years as long as the requirements are met.

If you are interested in applying for the scholarship please complete and submit our International Ambassador Scholarship application.


There are scholarships available for transfer students. Students who apply for admission will be automatically evaluated for these scholarships during the admission process.


For international students attending college/university for the first time who have also completed the SAT/ACT examinations, several academic merit scholarships are available.Students who apply for admission will be automatically evaluated for these scholarships during the admission process.


Athletic scholarships are available for our 17 NCAA Division 1 sports. Please contact the International Student Recruiter for more information on who to contact in our Athletic Department for information on athletic scholarships.


Talent awards are awarded by the College of Visual and Performing Arts based on portfolio review or auditions. Please contact the International Student Recruiter for more information on who to contact in our College of Visual and Performing Arts Department for more information on talent-based scholarships.


Is an American public research university in Miami, Florida, in the United States, with its main campus at University Park. Florida International University is classified as a top-tier Research University with high research activity by the Carnegie Foundation, and is a first-tier research university as designated by the Florida Legislature. Founded in 1965, FIU is the youngest university to be awarded a Phi Beta Kappa chapter by the Phi Beta Kappa Society, the country’s oldest academic honor society.

FIU’s top-ranked International MBA (IMBA) program in Miami, Florida, is an extraordinary twelve-month program for people who plan to take their new-found knowledge and experience and move fast in pursuit of the many great opportunities now available in international business. In fact, their International MBA is one of the highest ranked one-year international business MBAs and graduate business degree programs in the United States.

Students are encouraged to submit their application to a program of their choice as early as possible.


International Excellence Scholarship for UG the University of Glasgow will award a total of 50 undergraduate scholarships of £3,000 per annum. The scholarship will be awarded as a tuition fee discount for students starting a full time Undergraduate degree programme (non clinical) in September 2011.


Electrical Engineering Department and Biomedical Engineering Department in offering Scholarships to International Students.The scholarships are worth 1000-2000£.Valid for international Students only.Scholarships based on Academic excellence.Deadline for application 15th August 2011. Awards announced 1st September 2011.


We offer up to ten scholarships for undergraduate students for September entry. The scholarships are open to prospective full-time undergraduate students in any subject area for each year of a three-year course (subject to satisfactory progress). Foundation degree students (first or second year entry) are also eligible for the scholarships. The deadline for September 2017 scholarship applications is 31 May 2017.

1904: With an initial investment of $5,000, Edmundite priests open Saint Michael’s Institute. Enrollment: 34 students ages 10 to 22. Tuition and board: $105.

2004: Saint Michael’s celebrated its Centennial in an 18-month long celebration featuring special lectures, musical performances and convocations.

2005: Saint Michael’s is selected to appear in The Princeton Review’s Best 361 Colleges guidebook.

At Saint Michael’s College students learn what matters: they learn about the environment, the global community, new media, psychology, international business, world religions and politics. And they learn how to live in a warm, caring community that values independence and diversity as well as close, caring relationships. All this, while being right next to the Green Mountains and Burlington, one of America’s greatest college towns.

Last year, the average International student scholarship was about $7,000/year. At this time, International students are available for basically the same awards as US students.

Eligibility: students with an equivalent predicted GPA of 2.5 or higher. The university has a system for predicting students’ GPA while factoring in transcripts, recommendation, and personal statement.

Eligibility for receiving merit-based scholarships:

  • Predicted GPA
  • Articulated interest in attending the specific university
  • Background in community work and volunteering

One additional award: Each student who completes the Academic English Program will receive a scholarship of $3,000 or $5,000/year when they begin the undergraduate program. There are no scholarships for English-language or post-graduate programs.

Knowing yourself takes more work than writing down a list of extracurricular activities. We will help you learn how to find the “method behind the madness” of your life and present it in a winning way. Why? Because scholarship committees award funding to candidates they can understand and relate to and who distinguish themselves from other candidates by their ability to communicate their special-ness.

Should you apply for scholarships? We think so. Why? Beyond the obvious fact that every extra dollar can help you and your family, the scholarship process is also a way to develop the winning skills that will serve you well in whatever you do in your life. The ability to organize, prioritize, write well, match message to audience and most of all, know yourself, are gifts you should give yourself as soon as possible. Use this website and the scholarship process to get yourself ready for the rest of your life.

A land-grant university since 1869, University of Tennessee Knoxville buzzes with energy, ideas, and optimism. Great professors and students from throughout the world live and work in a friendly, safe campus community located in scenic East Tennessee. The campus and its signature “Hill” lure students with green space, nearby lakes, and vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The university is a co-manager with Battelle of the nearby Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Faculty and students experience unparalleled research and learning opportunities at the Department of Energy’s largest science and energy lab.

University of Tennessee is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees.

Competitive scholarships

Academic Scholarship Application

Continuing and Transfer Scholarship Application

None of the scholarships are specifically for international students but international students are eligible to be considered for them. However, international students would have to follow the same rules. They would need to have SAT or ACT scores, they would need to have a good TOEFL score and they would have to meet all the deadlines for the scholarships.

Knowing yourself takes more work than writing down a list of extracurricular activities. We will help you learn how to find the “method behind the madness” of your life and present it in a winning way. Why? Because scholarship committees award funding to candidates they can understand and relate to and who distinguish themselves from other candidates by their ability to communicate their special-ness.

Should you apply for scholarships? We think so. Why? Beyond the obvious fact that every extra dollar can help you and your family, the scholarship process is also a way to develop the winning skills that will serve you well in whatever you do in your life. The ability to organize, prioritize, write well, match message to audience and most of all, know yourself, are gifts you should give yourself as soon as possible.

The newest and most available scholarship at this time is the “Preferred Partner Scholarship” that is available for the first 100 new international students who apply and enroll at MSU Billings for Fall 2017 and who are referred to us through INTELLIGENT PARTNERS.

The Yellowstone scholarship is also available for international students but in limited quantities each year. The “Preferred Partner Scholarship” is the one that is most readily available for new students.

Yellowstone scholarship is awarded to international students that meet the following requirements:

  1. Have applied and been accepted by MSU Billings
  2. Maintain non-immigrant status
  3. Be enrolled full time
    (undergraduate full time = 12 credits; graduate full time = 9 credits)
  4. Must earn and maintain an cumulative grade point average of undergraduate 2.5 or graduate 3.0

The General scholarships are available for all MSUB students, once they have been admitted, and are awarded every spring for the following year. These are competitive scholarships that are based on academic achievement, major, campus and community involvement, etc.

It is most likely for a new student to be able to be awarded the “Preferred Partner Scholarship” as long as they are among the first 100 new students enrolling for fall 2017. Once they are at MSUB, then they could also apply for the General Scholarships after their first year at MSUB (they would apply in the spring of their first year for these competitive scholarships in their second year).

Knowing yourself takes more work than writing down a list of extracurricular activities. We will help you learn how to find the “method behind the madness” of your life and present it in a winning way. Why? Because scholarship committees award funding to candidates they can understand and relate to and who distinguish themselves from other candidates by their ability to communicate their special-ness.

Should you apply for scholarships? We think so. Why? Beyond the obvious fact that every extra dollar can help you and your family, the scholarship process is also a way to develop the winning skills that will serve you well in whatever you do in your life. The ability to organize, prioritize, write well, match message to audience and most of all, know yourself, are gifts you should give yourself as soon as possible.


University of Cincinnati is offering scholarships valued at US$ 23,000 or more to support students who enroll in UC Law’s LL.M. in the U.S. Legal System in August 2017.

The LL.M. program at UC Law will focus on the U.S. legal system and is devoted to practicing attorneys and law school graduates who received their legal education outside the United States. The nine-month, two-semester master’s degree program is designed to provide a substantive introduction to the U.S. legal process, while allowing students to develop knowledge in areas of study relevant to their legal practice.

Program Overview

Fall Semester

  • Orientation
  • Introduction to U.S. law
  • The U.S. Legal System
  • Legal Research and Writing for LLM students
  • Faculty Approved Electives

Spring Semester

  • Faculty Approved Electives
  • Graduation
  • Degree conferral


Students must be practicing attorneys or law school graduates who are able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language as well as overall academic promise, as indicated through letters of recommendation, education, and professional accomplishments.

Preference will be given to applicants who earned marks equivalent to a U.S. GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Internationally Acclaimed Programs

  • Ohio Innocence Project (OIP): Works to help free people wrongfully convicted of a crime.
  • Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights: First international human rights program at a U.S. law school; editor of the Human Rights Quarterly.
  • Corporate Law Center: Addresses issues in corporate, securities, and business law; host of the Corporate Law Symposium.
  • Institute for the Global Practice of Law: For information about our month-long program for international lawyers, please contact igpl@law.uc.edu.


International Scholarships for Postgraduate Taught Programmes. We are delighted to announce that we are offering scholarships of £1000 to international fee-paying students.

To qualify for one of our £1000 scholarships you must:

  • Apply by 31st May 2017, to commence study during 2017/18
  • Have a first degree qualification that we define as “first or equivalent
  • • Enroll on any PGT programme offered by the Faculty of Engineering & the Environment (with the exception of the MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering Science (AMES) programmes)
  • • Be classified as an international fee-paying student

The successful applicants will be notified promptly after meeting the academic conditions for entry. Scholarships must be taken up in 2017/18.