With the rising price tags of college, there are fewer opportunities for scholarships for international student. While most private liberal arts college are generous with their funding, some of the larger schools are a lot less open to spending money on International students. Below are some exceptions to that story. These are also scholarships that our students have applied for and won, making us proficient in their unique applications as well.
Harvard University Scholarships: Harvard offers a good range of international scholarships for students from all over the globe. However, competition is fierce and there isn’t a scholarship offering for Indian students specifically.
Cornell University Scholarships: Cornell only offers need based scholarships and has no merit based prizes. However Tata has set up a $25 million dollar endowment for Indian students studying at Cornell.
Dartmouth College Scholarships: Dartmouth College meets the demonstrated need of all admitted undergraduates, including those from other countries. Dartmouth College has scholarships and loans available to international students, which includes an allowance for travel to the U.S..
Brandeis University Wien International Scholarship Program: Funding opportunity for high-achieving students with an interest in student community contribution
Emory University Needs-Based Scholarship Program: Funding opportunities for international students at Emory University. Students must demonstrate financial need.
New York University Wagner Scholarships: The merit scholarships are offered to a limited number of admitted students each application cycle, including international students. The scholarships are partial to full tuition scholarships ranging from $36,000-$70,000.
Michigan State University International Scholarships: Michigan University provides a limited number of scholarship and grants to deserving international students at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. These financial packages are not designed to support your full academic program at MSU.