Scholar Program 2023 at Emory University
Ready to study in the USA? Emory University Scholar Programs are here to make that dream a reality. We’re now accepting applications for scholarships and funding opportunities in 2024, welcoming international students from all over the world to join us in the USA at Emory University.
Emory University’s Scholar Programs go beyond traditional scholarships. They provide partial to full merit-based financial assistance while also offering valuable resources and support to help students excel. These programs aim to empower students, enabling them to reach their full potential and make a positive impact not only at the university but also in Atlanta and the wider world.
Emory University, founded in 1836, began as a small Methodist college in Oxford, Georgia. In 1915, it relocated to Atlanta, where it grew significantly in size and reputation. The university played a role in the civil rights movement by integrating and promoting important discussions. Over time, Emory expanded its academic programs, became known for research excellence, and established itself as a leader in fields like medicine and healthcare. Today, it is a globally engaged institution with a diverse alumni community, known for its commitment to scholarship, research, and social impact.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Emory University, USA
Host Institution(s): Emory University, USA
Scholarship Worth: Varies
Number of Awards: 175–200 Scholar Finalists selected per year.
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International students.
Requirements and eligibility criteria for Scholar Program 2023 at Emory University:
- All students, regardless of their citizenship, are eligible for scholar programs.
- To be considered for scholar programs, students must apply for any of the three admission phases at Emory University.
Application Procedure for Scholar Program 2023 at Emory University (How to apply);
To be eligible for all scholarship programs, follow these steps:
- Choose one of the admission decision plans: Early Decision I, Early Decision II, or Regular Decision. (Early Decision I applicants should apply by November 1.)
- Make sure to answer “yes” to the question on your application that asks if you want to be considered for merit scholarships.
Application Deadline: November 15
For more information visit the official website