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Emory University, USA Scholarships for International Undergraduate Students for 2013
Emory University, USA
Undergraduate Degree Level Courses
Emory University, USA
Year of Application:
Fall 2013 entry
All citizens of foreign countries who are not permanent residents of the United States.
Criteria of Selection:
Academic achievements, potential to contribute to a global campus community, and Financial Need.
Type of Scholarships:
Partial and Full Tuition Fees Scholarships
Emory International Scholarships are coming for new foreign undergraduate students entering the freshman class in 2013.
This scholarship will be open for students who are neither citizens nor U.S. permanent residents. There will be in range of scholarships from partial to full tuition.
Emory will consider academic achievement, potential to contribute to a global campus community and financial need in choosing awardees. Weight will be given to those for whom costs would be a deterrent to pursuing an Emory education.
About Emory University
Emory University is a private research university in Atlanta, located in the Druid Hills, Georgia, United States. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.
Emory University Rankings
Emory University’s ranking in the 2013 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 20. Emory’s graduate programs include the highly ranked Goizueta Business School, School of Law, School of Medicine, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, and Rollins School of Public Health.
How to Apply for Scholarships
In order to be considered for an Emory International Scholarship,
Further Scholarship Information and Application
- 1. International students need simply apply with the Common Application and Supplement under our Regular Decision plan.
- 2. No additional application forms are required.
- 3. An international student is considered a student who is NOT a U.S. citizen and NOT a U.S. permanent resident.
- 4. Students who hold F1, F2, J1, J2, or G series visas or other eligible non-citizens (humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant, refugee status, asylum) are considered international students.