Applications are currently ongoing for the Stanford University Scholarships for international students for 2019/2020 academic session. The scholarship is designed for students who wish to obtain an undergraduate, masters degree,MBA Fellowship and postgraduate fellowship at Stanford university. Interested students are advised to send their application immediately as late applications will not be processed. Standford university’s mission is to find solutions to big challenges and also preparing students for leadership in a complex world. See below for more information.
About Stanford University
The Stanford University was established in 1891. It is located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley. The university is one of the world’s leading teaching and research universities and that is why the Scholarships are available to help those who don’t have a strong financial backbone
It is open to international students who wish to pursue an undergraduate, masters degree, MBA fellowship as well as postgraduate fellowship. It varies across every field of study.
Types of Scholarships:
Stanford scholarship is the primary source of funding that is use to assist students in meeting their educational costs. Many university scholarship funds originate as gifts from individuals and corporations. All university scholarship funds are awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by information provided on the CSS Profile.
Stanfoed Law School Scholarships
Summer Funding: All Stanford law students who are eligible for financial assistance are guaranteed to receive a summer stipend if they work at a government agency or non-profit in a law-related endeavor designed to further the public interest. $5,000 grants will be given to first-year students while second-year students who are doing second summer in public interest law will receive $7,500 grants
Stanford Summer College Academy Scholarships
This award is strictly for those who are determined by family need. It is intended to assist students who would not otherwise be able to attend Summer College Academy. To stand a chance, applicants must be current sophomores, juniors or seniors at Tue time of application. In addition, students must be 16 on the first day of instruction and no older than 19 by the last day of instruction.
Stanford Department of Music Scholarships
Friends of Music Applied Music Scholarship Program: This scholarship program has provided means for Stanford students to continue to study applied music. Over 100 award grants are available each quarter, in support of music practice.
Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship: This Program covers tuition and associated fees (approximately US $140,000) for nationals of African countries with financial problem who wish to pursue an MBA at Stanford GSB. Annually, Stanford will award up to eight Stanford Africa MBA Fellowships.
Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program: This fellowship program is a three-week academic training that is held annually at Stanford University’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. Stanford will pay travel, accommodation, living expenses, and visa costs for the duration of the three-week program for all applicants.
CASBS Residential Fellowship Program: Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University is offering a residential fellowship program for scholars from the USA and abroad. This Fellowships have been awarded to scholars who are working in a diverse range of disciplines. These can be seen as the five core social and behavioral disciplines of anthropology, economics, political science, psychology and sociology as well as scholars from a wide range of humanistic disciplines, education, linguistics, and the biological, natural, and health sciences. The application deadline is November 6
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Stanford Molecular Imaging Scholars (SMIS) Program: Stanford University is proud to offer a postdoctoral fellowships for Stanford Molecular Imaging Scholars (SMIS) program. Fellows will be recruited into a three-year program to complete coursework and research with at least two complementary mentors. Potential SMIS trainees will have already obtained their PhD and/or M.D. from a Nationally Accredited University.
Epicenter University Innovation Fellowship: After being accepted into the program, candidates take part in a six-week, online-based experiential training, where they connect with a national network of Fellows, examine their current entrepreneurial ecosystems, formulate action plans, and begin to implement their ideas.
Stanford GSB Fellowship: Prior to determining Stanford GSB fellowship eligibility, a minimum loan will be packaged. It’s important to understand that the university does not negotiate fellowship amounts or eligibility.
The Wallenberg Foundation Postdoctoral Scholarship Program: The main aim of this program is to bring outstanding young Swedish scientists to Stanford University for one to two years of postdoctoral study and research. The Stipend is for a period of up to two years of postdoctoral studies. The total amount of stipend is approximately USD 45,000 annually (the final amount will be set in accordance with the standard rate of each institution). A travel grant of USD 5,000 per year and an annual allowance for accompanying family members of USD 15,000 is also provided.
This scholarship is to be held in Stanford university, United States. It is open for international students, most especially students from developing countries.
Eligibility For The Stanford University Scholarships
- Candidates must have had their previous degree and the necessary grades.
- Candidates must have applied and received admission into any discipline at Stanford University.
- Candidates are expected meet the required criteria for a particular Institution.
- Candidates whose first language is not English will need to submit the results of a TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) taken within the past two years.
The deadlines for these scholarships are November 1 and January 2.