University of Kansas
University of Kansas Funding
The University of Kansas, a comprehensive research institution with 14 academic schools and over 175 fields of study, offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, as well as programs for intensive English study. Enrolling 30,000 students, including 1,750 international students from over 115 countries, the University of Kansas has been rated as a best buy by Kiplinger’s, Fiske Guide to Colleges, Kaplan’s and the Princeton Review. The University of Kansas has several competitive scholarships for new international undergraduate students. To be considered for scholarships, students must submit a complete application for admission by the priority deadline. Graduate students may be considered for graduate teaching, graduate research assistantships or fellowships awarded by graduate programs and academic departments.
Levels of Study:Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate
Field of study:All
Location of study:University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Associate ship, Award, Fellowship, Scholarship, Tuition Reduction
Number of Awards:
Varies, but may include non-renewable first year cash award, renewable cash award, renewable tuition reduction or tuition waiver, stipend.
- Students must first be admitted to the University of Kansas, show academic distinction, placing in top tier of the applicant pool.
- GPA requirements vary; for undergraduates, generally 3.5 or higher. Letters of reference, essays, activities, leadership and test scores (TOEFL, IELTS, SAT or ACT, etc).
- Graduates students should consult their respective academic departments for specific, requirements.
- Award Deadline:Varies
- Instructions:For more information on how to apply, please visit the website.