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International Scholarships

International Scholarships
Getting an education that is respected, lucrative, and honorable is one of the main goals for international students. Many seek excellent training in America for many different reasons. A lot of international students have graduated from an American university and became successful in their daily lives.

Hispanic StudentMillions of students from India, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Ghana, Philippines, and many more countries around the globe have received financial aid to attend an American college or university.

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Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda

East African technology students are treated to a scholarship from Rwanda. The Government of Rwanda covers all the tuition at Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda. Carnegie Mellon University is one of the leading engineering universities in the world.

There is also a loan that covers 50 percent of tuition for the East African Community (EAC).

Featured Company: Carnegie Mellon University

Salary: $28k/yr – $126k/yr

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Twitter: @CMU_Africa



 Tuition Giveaway

Dr. Pepper Inc. and Seven Up Inc. have teamed up to help further international students’ academic goals. Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 24 and are eligible to win up to a very generous sum of $100,000 in tuition. Students 25 and older are still eligible to receive $10,000.

Phone: 800-696-5891

Featured Company:  Keurig Dr. Pepper

Salary: $26k/yr – $106k/yr

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Twitter: @drpepper @7up

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 Young Patriots Essay Contest

The National Center for Policy Analysis and Debate Central is administering the Young Patriots Essay Contest. It is designed to challenge high school students in ways to spark creativity and gain insight into problem-solving in the field of public policy. The main focus is the art of writing.

Winners can receive up to $5,000, have their essay published on Debate Central, and have their essay in their hometown’s newspaper. Up to three contestants can win.


Phone: 972-386-6272



Valley Humanities Review High School Scholarship

The Valley Humanities Review is an online journal dedicated to the publication of excellent undergraduate research in the fields of the humanities. We believe that undergraduates are capable of exemplary research, so their goal is to showcase the best research in the humanities going on at colleges across the globe. They have received hundreds of submissions from students at colleges including Columbia, Brown, Gettysburg, Harvard, Rhodes College, McGill University, Princeton, and the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education.

Applicants must be current high school students and must write essays in the humanities fields including but not limited to literature, history, religion, philosophy, art, art history, and foreign languages. The essays must be between 2,500 and 6,000 words and must demonstrate “high quality, intellectual rigor, and originality.”

Award Amount: $500


Featured Company:  Lebanon Valley College

Salary: $27k/yr – $106k/yr

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Resume Companion Scholarship

Applicants must be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in a U.S. college or university and must write a resume about a fictional or non-fictional character from the past or present.

International students are eligible to receive $1,000 each semester. Resumes must be emailed to



Girls Impact the World Film Scholarship

The great folks at Harvard College Social Innovation Collaborative (SIC)have created this awesome program that is tasked with bringing women’s issues to the masses and increasing awareness. This is all done through a film contest.

International students must not be a resident of Cuba, Iran, and North Korea.

High school and undergraduate students, submit your 3-5 minute short films that address global women’s issues such as education for girls, maternal health, violence against women and girls, and a variety of other issues. Winners will receive over $25,000.