The International Study Center at Widener University offers a scholarship program for international students who have shown exceptional academic excellence in their previous studies.
Scholarship program details
We do not offer full scholarships for international students at Widener University International Study Center.
Scholarships available are:
- a one-time, partial scholarship of up to $5,000
- granted to a total of 1 applicant for the Summer 2015 intake and 3 applicants for the Fall 2015 intake
- for the International Year One undergraduate pathway program applicants only
- applicable on the tuition amount only
- merit-based; see eligibility criteria below.
Eligibility criteria for International Study Center scholarship
||Senior Middle 3
||80% (5% lower for students from key schools)
||Inmungye Kodung Hakkyo
||Senior High School Graduation Certificate
||Level 3 in 1 academic subjects
||Certificate of Higher Education (Form 6)
||12 in 3 relevant academic subjects
||SPM (Malaysia Certificate of Education) or Forecast results
||B- Second Class Honors in 5 relevant academic subjects including English and Maths
||GCE O levels
||4 B4s in 4 relevant academic subjects
||Diploma of Graduation from Secondary Education (Bang Tot Nghiep Pho Thong Trung Hoc)
Kazakhstan / Ukraine
||Average grades of 3.0 in all subjects
||High Secondary Certificate (HSC)
||55% in 4 relevant academic subjects
||General Secondary Education Certificate (Tawjihi)
||85% average in 4 relevant academic subjects
||General Secondary Education Certificate Examination (Al-Thanawaya Al-Amah)
||75% average in 4 relevant academic subjects
||West African Senior School Certificate
||Grades 1-4 in relevant academic subjects
||Senior Secondary Certificate (CSB) 10+2
||Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Kotogakka Sotsugyo Shosho)
||Grade Point Average (GPA)
Please Note: Countries not listed here will be measured against the US GPA equivalent.
If your academic grades qualify you for the scholarship, you will be paying reduced tuition fees in your International Year One at Widener University.
Applying for a scholarship
In order to be considered for a scholarship, you must
- complete the application form for the next available start date
- download the scholarship application form ( 548Kb) and upload along with all other supporting documents
Funding your university study
Most international students who study at Widener University use their own resources to pay for their education.
There is limited financial assistance available for international students, but there are some sources of funding if you need help paying for university. However, be aware that there is a lot of competition for international student scholarships. Attaining high grades is a very important factor. More aid is available for graduate and research students, than for undergraduate study.
If you need a full scholarship to study at a US university, organizations in your own country can be good sources.