Carleton, in partnership with Starr Foundation, is delighted to offer her scholarship assistance to standout students from around the world, who intend to study at Carleton, for the 2023/24 academic session,
This scholarship is designed to provide a full comprehensive fee which includes tuition fees, room, and board, Carleton health insurance, and one round-trip ticket.
Established in 1886, Carleton college is recognized nationally as the top college for undergraduate teaching. Each year, about 2000 students enrolled at Carleton. International students make up 10.2% of the student population. Also, Carleton offers 33 majors and 37 minors in Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences.
About the Starr Foundation
Founded in 1955 by Cornelius Vander Starr, the Starr Foundation is among the most sizeable private foundations in the US with assets estimated to be worth $1.5 billion. The Foundation offers grants in a wide range of areas, which include medicine and healthcare, environment, public policy, education, culture, and human needs.
Benefits of Carleton College in the USA
This scholarship award is meant for all undergraduate international students and covers the full comprehensive fee which includes tuition fees, Carleton health insurance, etc.
Eligibility at Carleton College in the USA
To be considered for this scholarship, the candidate must meet some requirements;
- Candidate must be an international student from any country around the world.
- Candidate must have applied for an eligible undergraduate degree course at Carleton.
- Candidate must have received an offer of admission and enrolled to study in an undergraduate degree program at Carleton.
Application Deadline: 15 November 2023
No separate application process is required for this scholarship program. Notwithstanding, applicants will be required to forward supporting documents alongside their application for admission. These documents include copies of academic transcripts, a copy of your passport, a statement, certificates of English language proficiency, and a pre-qualification degree.