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International Scholarships for Full Degrees Abroad

The cost of college degrees varies greatly between countries, but is always worth the investment. Who doesn't want as much financial help as possible, though? Instead of just covering a semester or dorm room, why not just go for the big fish and try to catch a scholarship for your entire studies? That way, whether it's in your hometown or abroad, you can worry less on working overtime at a minimum-wage job and focus more on academics and extracurricular fun. There are plenty of scholarships for international students that can fund entire degrees, whether for undergraduate or graduate study. The trick is that you have to have a killer application, apply early, and know where to look for them. Read on to get the inside scoop on international scholarships!

424 Degree Abroad Scholarships

AISF Scholarship

Atsumi International Scholarship Foundation (AISF) offers scholarships to Ph.D. candidates enrolled in graduate schools located in the Kanto area of Japan.

Pellegrini Scholarships

The Swiss Benevolent Society of New York awards deserving students the following types of scholarships. For applicants, we invite you to read through the following sections, detailing the programs, eligibility requirements, application procedures and a brief history of scholarships and grants we award to students. Pellegrini Scholarships are partial tuition grants, awarded at the post-secondary school level for vocational or undergraduate and graduate academic studies at an accredited school. They are based on need and merit (Grade Point Average 3.0 min.) or on merit alone. Pellegrini Scholarships do not renew automatically, but may be applied for each year.

The Marshall Scholarships

Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to forty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study. As future leaders, with a lasting understanding of British society, Marshall Scholars strengthen the enduring relationship between the British and American peoples, their governments and their institutions. Marshall Scholars are talented, independent and wide-ranging, and their time as Scholars enhances their intellectual and personal growth. Their direct engagement with Britain through its best academic programs contributes to their ultimate personal success.

IES Merit-Based Scholarships

IES invites you to take advantage of the many need- and merit-based scholarship opportunities that we offer. To help you afford to study abroad on an IES program, we will work with you and your international studies office to find the best ways to finance your IES experience abroad, whether it is through need- or merit-based scholarships. Merit Based aid is available for all summer internship programs, including Chicago internships. Two awards of $1200 will be offered after the application deadline of April 1.

IES Need-Based Scholarships

IES commits USD2 million each year to scholarship and financial aid programs because we firmly believe that financial limitations should not prevent a qualified student from participating in an IES program. To help you afford to study abroad on an IES program, we will work with you and your international studies office to find the best ways to finance your IES experience abroad, whether it is through need- or merit-based scholarships.

FUNED & MIT - Zaragoza Master Scholarship

Introduction: The MIT Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) is a 10 months, full-time degree program created in 2004 by Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) in collaboration with the leading university in the field, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It offers the unique combination of a worldclass supply chain degree taught in a truly global setting. The Master has been ranked as #1 in the field of logistics by El Mundo (the main Master’s ranking in Spain) for five consecutive years. 90% of ZLOG students are hired within 3 months of graduation with an average compensation package of 76.000 euros. FUNED is a private non-profit organization created with the sole purpose of contributing to improve the level of higher education in Mexico. The foundation fulfills its mission by offering complementary financing to Mexican students to help them obtain a master’s degree from a reputable University. ZLC has signed a joint agreement with FUNED with the objective of awarding in collaboration one scholarship for a qualified applicant from Mexico to undertake the MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program.

MIT-Zaragoza European Supply Chain Professional Scholarships

The MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) is an intensive 10 months full time program taught in English at Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC), a research institute and first class education center established by the Government of Aragon in Spain in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Zaragoza.It offers the unique combination of a worldclass supply chain degree taught in a truly global setting. Through MIT-Zaragoza European Scholarship, ZLC hopes to attract outstanding future leaders from European countries. Candidates will be expected to show extraordinary potential for leadership and professional success, bringing new vision and commitment to the area of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) was created in 2004 in collaboration with the leading university in the field, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The Master has been ranked as #1 in the field of logistics by “El Mundo” (the main Master’s ranking in Spain) for five consecutive years. 90% of ZLOG students are hired within 3 months of graduation with an average compensation package of 76.000 euros. This program also includes an International Exchange of three weeks in MIT campus, USA.

MIT - Zaragoza Master Essay Competition

The MIT-Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) is an intensive 10 months full time program taught in English at Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC), a research institute and first class education center established by the Government of Aragon in Spain in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Zaragoza.It offers the unique combination of a worldclass supply chain degree taught in a truly global setting. The Master Essay Competition 2016-2017 is open to all Spanish candidates who have been granted admission to the Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) program. This gives Spanish candidates a unique platform from where to express their knowledge and views about Supply Chain Management and its future development. ZLC provides a unique opportunity for Spanish citizens to develop the skills necessary to lead the growth of the logistic sector in Spain. The MIT Zaragoza Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ZLOG) was created in 2004 in collaboration with the leading university in the field, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The Master has been ranked as #1 in the field of logistics by “El Mundo” (the main Master’s ranking in Spain) for five consecutive years. 90% of ZLOG students are hired within 3 months of graduation with an average compensation package of 76.000 euros. This program also includes an International Exchange of three weeks in MIT campus, USA.

UK Passport Services – Financial Aid Competition

Take part in the travel-writing competition hosted by UK Passport Services (UKPS). Participants can win a cash award of USD 500. The competition is open to UK and US students. Competition participants must write a thought-provoking essay based on the title, “Different Perceptions – Destinations that are not actually the way you imagined them to be.” They can write about a destination that they know about or have visited, and discuss how the place is different from general or preconceived perceptions.

Nissenbaum Internet Law Scholarship

Are you an undergraduate or post-graduate U.S. student looking for an opportunity to get additional funding for your college education? Join the Nissenbaum Law Group’s scholarship essay competition and win one of two $500 scholarship awards. The Nissenbaum Law Group is a multi-state law firm focusing on Internet Law. The topic for the essay competition is: “How can the American legal system improve its approach to policing and regulating digital technology without unduly stifling innovation and civil liberties?” The topic is intended to elicit creative and interesting insights into the ways in which the fast-paced growth of digital technology is being impacted by the corresponding legal framework within which it operates. It also seeks suggested improvements to that framework that might meet those challenges.

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