You may be qualified for Clark University’s merit scholarships if you are an overseas applicant for the first year of your undergraduate programme.
Your application for admission will be automatically reviewed for a number of merit scholarships. The other of our merit awards do not require a separate application, only our Presidential Scholarship.
Scholarship eligibility is determined on academic standing (as stated on your application for admission), not by financial need. International students, including those who could be eligible for scholarships, must nonetheless show that they have the financial means to pay for a sizable portion of their education. Students who want to be considered for the Presidential Scholarship are included in this. On average, international students at Clark pay $25,000 to $45,000 per year.
If you are awarded a merit scholarship, you will be notified when you receive your admissions decision.
Application Deadline: Essay deadline: 1st February, 2024
Eligible Countries: All
Eligible Field of Study: All
An ideal candidate for the Presidential LEEP Scholarship has a high school record which places them at the top of Clark University’s applicant pool, An ideal candidate demonstrates a strong desire to:
Pursue a demanding academic schedule.
Collaborate with peers and professors.
Meet ambitious career and life goals.
Join a community of scholars with a strong commitment to global change.
Tackle complex challenges at home and abroad.
Number of Awardees: 5
Value of Scholarship:
Free tuition, room and board for four years: the annual scholarship renewal would be contingent on candidate’s maintaining a strong academic record at Clark for each of their four years as an undergraduate.
Duration of Scholarship: 4 years
How to Apply:
When completing the Common Application (available after August 1), simply tick the box next to the Presidential Scholarship option if you are interested.
After that, you’ll get comprehensive instructions on how to apply for the scholarship, along with the subjects for the two brief essays. For candidates in the Early Action, Early Decision, and Regular Decision categories, the last day to turn in the essays is February 1.
If a student is chosen for an interview, they will be notified in March.
Finalists are selected by the Admissions Committee based on the quality of their admissions applications and other criteria the committee has established. Prior to selecting 15 finalists for interviews last year, the committee assessed more than 450 scholarship applications from the United States and other countries. Of those 15, five were given the scholarship and joined the incoming class. This award is often given out to one or two international students each year.
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