Fairleigh Dickinson University Scholarships aim to facilitate academic pursuits for students demonstrating exceptional academic merit. These scholarships, valued at up to $22,000 per year, are designed to lessen the financial burden on international students and enable them to achieve their educational goals in a supportive environment.
Fairleigh Dickinson University, renowned for its comprehensive range of undergraduate programs and its commitment to fostering global education, serves as the host for these scholarships. The university’s main campuses are located in New Jersey, USA, providing a vibrant and culturally diverse setting for students' academic and personal growth.
The scholarships are available for undergraduate studies across a broad spectrum of fields including, but not limited to, Accounting, Engineering, Health Sciences, Computer Science, Business, Creative Arts, and Humanities. Fairleigh Dickinson University prides itself on a diverse curriculum that caters to various academic interests and career aspirations.
Recipients of the Fairleigh Dickinson University Scholarships will receive financial support of up to $22,000 annually. This substantial aid covers a significant portion of tuition fees and is renewable each year based on the student’s academic performance, full-time enrollment status, and good standing within the university.
To be eligible for the scholarships, applicants must:
- Be international students from any country around the globe.
- Demonstrate excellent academic achievements and potential through their previous academic records.
- Fulfill English language proficiency requirements, with some exemptions based on specific criteria.
- Not necessarily submit SAT/ACT scores, as these are not required for all applicants.
Prospective students must follow these steps to apply:
- Complete an online application through Fairleigh Dickinson University's application portal or via the Common Application.
- Submit official transcripts, diplomas, and academic records from all secondary and post-secondary institutions attended.
- Provide proof of English language proficiency if required.
- Check for additional document submissions such as letters of recommendation or personal statements as specified on the university’s Forms and Documents page.
Application deadlines vary by semester, with July 1 for the Fall semester, December 1 for the Spring semester, and May 1 for limited programs starting in the Summer semester.