Bridge University Partners offer a variety of Scholarships for International Students.

Capital University offers qualified undergraduate international students a competitive scholarships based on GPA. Yearly scholarship amounts vary from $7,500 (GPA 2.75/4.0) to $14,000 (GPA 3.5+/4.0). Students are automatically considered upon submission of the university’s undergraduate application.

Colorado Mesa University offers high achieving (3.0/4.0 GPA) international undergraduate students a merit scholarship upon admission. The scholarship grants $8,000 per year ($4,000 per semester), and is renewable every semester for up to four years.

Merit scholarships are offered to all accepted freshmen and the amounts are determined by high school grades. Amounts range from $500 - $10,000 per year and the scholarships are renewable for three additional years for full-time traditional students.

Husson University offers the President’s Global Scholarship, offered to high-achieving international students and renewable for all four years of undergraduate study. The amount varies from $2,000 - $10,000 per year, the minimum GPA required for consideration is 2.5. Other grants and awards are available to international students such as the On-campus Residence Grant and the Scholar Incentive Award.

Undergraduate international applicants are eligible for merit-based scholarships, ranging between $5,000 - $22,000 per year. Additionally, Manhattanville offers the Duchesne Scholarship, which is $2,000 per year for students who complete community service hours every semester.

Consult with an admissions advisor for current scholarship availability.

Consult with an admissions advisor for current scholarship availability.

Undergraduate International Student Scholarships ranging from $9,000 to $17,000 are awarded to students with outstanding academic records. These are only partial scholarships, and they are offered to a limited number of students.


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