Applications are being accepted for the Emerging Global Leader Scholarships at American University. International students can enroll in the educational program and obtain an undergraduate degree.
International students are invited to apply to the university’s financing study program. The academic year 2023–2024 is eligible for the award. The American University Emerging Global Leader Scholarship encourages educational opportunity and access while fostering global diversity.
Although the university’s curriculum is secular, American University is a private research university in Washington, D.C., that is connected to the United Methodist Church.
SUMMARY OF EMERGING GLOBAL LEADER SCHOLARSHIPS
- Application Deadline: The applications for this grant will be accepted only through December 15, 2022 or by January 15, 2023
- University or Organization: American University
- Course Level: Scholarship is available for pursuing an undergraduate program.
- Study Subject: a Scholarship is awarded to study any of the courses offered by the University.
- Awards: AU EGL scholarship covers all billable AU expenses (full tuition, room, and board).
- Number of Awards: Not Known
- Nationality: International students
- The award can be taken in the USA
Benefit of Emerging Global Leader Scholarships: The AU EGL scholarship program covers all billable AU expenses (full tuition, room, and board) for one international student who will need a visa (preferably an F-1 or J-1 student visa) to study in the United States. The scholarship does not cover non-billable expenses such as mandatory health insurance, books, airline tickets, and miscellaneous expenses (approximately U.S.$4,000 per year).
Eligible Countries: International students can apply for these endowments.
Entrance Requirements: Preference will be given to:
- International students who have overcome various obstacles and challenges, as well as those from diverse and underrepresented global and socioeconomic backgrounds.
- A minimum 3.8 GPA equivalent out of 4.0 GPA (or in the top 10% of graduating class) for 9th-12th grades.
- A demonstrated commitment to leadership, volunteerism, community service, and advancing the needs of people in their home country.
- Students with a 95+ TOEFL iBT, 7.0+ IELTS, 600+ paper-based TOEFL, or sub-scores of 24+ on the paper-based TOEFL.
- Students who are still enrolled in secondary/high school and graduating.
- Important: Students in the IB system should plan to graduate with a full IB diploma with at least 3 HL subjects. Students studying in the British A-Levels system must complete at least 3 A levels and finish 13 years of study before August 2023.
How to Apply: The AU EGLS selection process is the most competitive. Priority consideration will be given to those AU EGLS applicants who apply and complete the AU EGLS application, Common or Coalition Application, and international admissions process by December 15, 2022.
- Complete the online AU EGLS application and Questions 1-4.
- Submit a bank letter and the AU Certification of Finances (AU CFIS) form – each demonstrating a minimum of U.S.$4,000. These can be sent by fax to +1-202-885-1025. Examples of bank letters and the AU CFIS form template
- Submit your official TOEFL or IELTS score results if available (see preferred scores above). These can be scanned and emailed to admissionsdocuments-at-american.edu. International Admissions will call ETS or IELTS to verify scores on your behalf.
- Complete and submit the Common Application or Coalition Application, together with all supporting documents per checklist by AU EGLS priority deadline of December 15, 2022, or by January 15, 2023, at the latest. Please note that students who do not submit a complete application packet with all supporting documents by the deadline will not be reviewed.
- If you are applying through a program supported by EducationUSA such as USAP, CCC, Opportunity Grants, Diana Kamal funding search, or similar, or if you are a past FLEX or YES high school scholarship recipient from the U.S. Department of State, please provide a letter from your EducationUSA center’s adviser confirming your candidacy. You may request for the letter to be sent to levinson-at-american.edu as a PDF.
- If you are not selected as one of the finalists, you may still be considered for admission to American University, Washington, DC, and eligible for partial merit awards. However, to continue the application process, you will need to submit proof of funds totaling U.S.$66,717 (estimated costs for the first year of study).
- English Language Requirements: Applicants must demonstrate English proficiency (minimum TOEFL iBT 95/paper-based 600, IELTS 7, or PTE 53).