What are the different types of scholarships?
Whether you are applying for an undergraduate degree, graduate degree or Pathway program, there are a variety of scholarships available at each of our partner universities.
To be considered for a scholarship, you’ll need to:
- Apply for a program where a scholarship is available
- Be offered a place
- Request a scholarship application form
|University||Scholarship range||Learn more|
|Colorado State University||$2,000-$20,000||View all CSU scholarships|
|Drew University||$10,000-$18,000||View all Drew scholarships|
|George Mason University||$1,000-$12,000||View all Mason scholarships|
|Marshall University||$1,000-$5,000||View all Marshall scholarships|
|Oregon State University||$1,000-$25,000||View all OSU scholarships|
|Saint Louis University||$3,000-$16,000||View all SLU scholarships|
|The University of Alabama at Birmingham||$1,000-$5,000||View all UAB scholarships|
|University of South Florida||$1,000-$12,000||View all USF scholarships|
|Washington State University||$1,000-$16,000||View all WSU scholarships|
|Suffolk University||$3,000-$16,000||View all Suffolk scholarships|
Note: All scholarship amounts and eligibility requirements are subject to change. Amounts vary between one-off payments and annual payments.
How to Apply
Apply for a course
You can apply online for any of our English language courses.
Find your course
Use our online tool to find the right program for you.