Scholarships in USA

Scholarships in North America 2022-2023: Application Roundup 1

Deadline Ongoing
Opening date April 6, 2021
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Category Scholarships in USA
Type Fully Funded
Location United States (US)

If you are fortunate enough to finance your studies in North America, well and good. But if you are not, don’t worry. There are tons of US scholarships available which are either funded by the universities themselves, by the government, or by private corporations/organizations. Getting a scholarship is a great way to cover your educational expenses either fully or partially. This article covers some of the best scholarships available in the North American region. But, before diving into that, first, learn what it is like to study and live in North America.

Some of the top universities in the world are situated in North America, Harvard, UCB, Columbia, Stanford, MIT to name a few. International students with a first language other than English have to show proof of their English Language Proficiency via test scores of IELTS, TOEFL, etc. Students can work part-time while being on a study visa which should not exceed more than 20 hours per week. There is no limitation on the number of hours worked during holidays or semester breaks. The living expenses are somewhere between 10 to 12 grand, which, largely depends upon where in North America do you choose to live. The living expenses are way more in cities like New York, Boston, San Francisco, etc.

List of North American Scholarships

Financing your way through your graduation with a scholarship lets you study with minimum expense. Following are some of the scholarships that you should look into if you are studying or planning to study in North America.

  • Boston University Presidential Scholarships:

The presidential awards at the Boston University are reserved for exceptionally talented international students. These students should have impressive academic and non-academic records. The worth of the award is 25,000 USD and can be renewed for up to three years. Students applying must be non-Americans and should not even be holding a permanent resident status. Students from all subject areas can apply.

  • Clark University Scholarships:

Worth up to 25,000 USD (with the smallest award being 15,000 USD), the Global scholarship program by Clark University is open for international students. Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at the university and can get the grant for up to four years given that they fulfill the criteria set for the renewal of the scholarship. Some students can get an additional 5,000 USD grant as well if they are unable to pay their tuition fee even after getting the scholarship.

  • The American Association of University Women Scholarships:

These scholarships by the AAUW are only for those women who are neither American citizens nor are holding permanent residency status in the USA. Offered at a number of universities in the USA, this award can be taken at the graduate level. The scholarship at the master’s level is worth up to 18,000 USD. At the Ph.D. and post-doctoral levels, the worth of the grant is 20,000 USD and 30,000 USD respectively. 

The aim of the scholarship is to support those women who have the passion to give back to their underprivileged fellow women.

  • Illinois Wesleyan University Grants:

Illinois Wesleyan University’s scholarships are both need and merit-based. Applicants must be international students entering into an undergraduate program at the university.

For those students who do not manage to get a scholarship, the university has many assistantship programs and loan programs in place. The assistantship programs help students earn some money while studying to offset their expenses to some extent. The merit-based scholarships are valued at 30,000 USD (at most).

There is a presidential award offered as well which waives the full tuition fee of the recipients. It is renewable for up to four years.

  • American University Scholarships:

Worth 6,000 USD to 25,000 USD, these scholarships at the American University are for foreign students. Given solely on the basis of merit these scholarships are given only to a handful of students. The scholarship is also renewable.

  • Fulbright Scholarship Program:

The infamous Fulbright scholarship lets international students do a master’s or a Ph.D. in the USA. The applicants must have above average under and post-graduate records in order to be able to get the scholarship. It is a fully-funded scholarship and offers tuition fee waiver, accommodation support, health insurance, textbooks’ coverage, one-time airfare (two way), and many other benefits.

  • Emory University Scholarships:

The scholar’s program at the Emory University is open for both local and international students. The scholarship jury only takes into account the applicants’ academic record or merit. Available at the undergraduate level, this scholarship is partially funded.

Another award with the name Robert W. Woodruff award gives a full tuition fee waiver, on-campus accommodation, and administrative fee support.

George W. Jenkins scholarship offers full tuition support, administrative fee coverage, free accommodation, and a monthly stipend to its recipients.

The Woodruff’s Dean’s Achievement award is worth 10,000 USD.

Dr. Rana

It is our honor to have Rana as our guest author. He is a very famous educationist, motivational speaker, and winner of a prestigious fully-funded scholarship. His articles inspire young students to find global opportunities.

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