Scholarships for international students are available also at the University of Pittsburgh, United States of America. The University of Pittsburgh provides hundreds of scholarships every year for students. Overall, every year about 25% of freshmen joining University are awarded scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $25,000. However, scholarship type and amounts vary depending upon the academic merits, performance, and SAT score.
In order to be eligible for international scholarships and benefits, you must
- Have applied for studies at the University of Pittsburgh
- Have good excellent marks in your previous academic program
- IELTS score of minimum 7 with not less than 6 in each band
- A minimum TOEFL score of 100 with not less than 21 in each band
- A competitive SAT score
The scholarship will cover the tuition fee of the course program. In addition to that, the scholarship is renewable but however, you need to achieve at least a GPA of 3 for that. Furthermore, you need to comply with other terms and conditions of the scholarship.
To apply, you have to do nothing other than sending an application for study. However, you might need to supply the following documents to claim the scholarship.
- Score and evidence of SAT and English language proficiency
- Letter of Recommendation
- Academic records
- Financial documents
Because of no separate application process, this scholarship does not have any deadline as it is available in each intake.
Visit the university scholarship page for more information.
The University of Pittsburgh is a state-related research university in the state of Pennsylvania, United States. The university was evolved from the Pittsburgh Academy established in 1787. This university is currently serving more than 28,000 in 17 different academic disciplines. This university is ranked among the top research universities in the United States in both domestic and international rankings. Similarly, US News and World Report ranked the University of Pittsburgh in 26th place in the list of public universities in the United States of America.