By Brianna Burrows
Higher education in the United States can be quite expensive. For international students the price tag can be even higher. Fortunately, there are many colleges and universities that offer scholarships for international students. Keep in mind that most schools do not offer full scholarships, but there are many options for partial scholarships. In addition, it’s important to know that scholarships are very competitive and not guaranteed. It is best to apply for a scholarship as early as possible.
Below are five highlighted schools that offer scholarships to international students.
University of Oregon
University of Oregon offers more than five different scholarships for international students. The scholarship that is of most interest to international students is the International Cultural Service Program (ICSP) Tuition Scholarship which awards students anywhere from $7,000-$27,000. For more information about scholarships at University of Oregon, click here.
Clark University offers the Global Scholars program which is available for first-year students (not for transfer students). Students who are given a scholarship will receive no less than $5,000 per year, which is $20,000 for four years based upon meeting academic standards for renewal. For more information about scholarships at Clark University, click here.
American University provides partial scholarships to eligible international students. This scholarship is for first-year students. Scholarships can range from $6,000-$25,000 per academic year. The scholarship is renewable based on meeting required academic standards. For more information about scholarships at American University, click here.
University of Arkansas
International students admitted to the University of Arkansas are eligible for nearly 10 different scholarships. Notably, international students are eligible to apply for the three different Chancellor's Scholarships ranging in award money from $5,000-$10,000 a year. For more information about scholarships at University of Arkansas, click here.
College of Charleston
“One of the best educational values in the nation.” – Forbes Magazine
The College of Charleston is a state-affiliated institution, which means tuition rates differ for resident vs. non-resident students. While our academic fees are less than those of many other institutions in the state and across the nation, we recognize that the cost of attending college in the US is a significant expense in the family budget.
College of Charleston cannot offer international students need-based financial aid. However, we do review every international application for tuition award scholarship. These scholarships are awarded to international students who have exceptional academic records. For more information about scholarships at College of Charleston, click here