University of Miami Offering International Scholarships
The University of Miami is inviting new international students to apply for Undergraduate Scholarships. The University of Miami is a private research based university with 10,000 plus undergraduate students worldwide. Its located in Coral Gables, Florida. It offers to students the good educational environment: a small campus setting with large academic and cultural activities and opportunities.
University demand the evidence of good proficiency in English from those applicants whose first languages is not English.
Offering Scholarships for Undergraduate programs
Scholarships are available in all university offering subjects
Good and significant academic background students will be considered for President’s Scholarships. Selected students received the scholarships with most challenging curriculum, have the highest grades and research oriented. The selected students will be notified by Office of Undergraduate Admission through the CaneLink account. Students applying for a second Bachelor degree are not eligible to receive a President’s Scholarship.
Academic Scholarship Amount
Approximately from $18,000-$28,000 annually
Canes Achievement Award
Merit based Canes Achievement Awards for those students who perform and score very good inside and outside the classrooms.
Academic Scholarship Amount
Ranges from $5,000-$16,000 annually
Premier Academic Scholarships and Amount
The most academically competitive students accepted to the freshman class may be considered for a Premier Scholarship.
- Stamps Scholarship Scholarship – Full cost of attendance plus an enrichment fund stipend
- Ronald A. Hammond Scholarship – Full tuition
- Isaac Bashevis Singer Scholarship – Full tuition
- Marta S. and L. Austin Weeks Endowed Scholarship – Full tuition
Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Students are automatically considered for the President’s Scholarships when they apply for admission to the University. The University of Miami consider students’ high school grades, difficulty of course curriculum, extracurricular activities, essay, and guidance counselor recommendation(s) for merit calculations. The SAT/ACT is not required for applicants studying outside of the United States regardless of citizenship. However, students who graduate from a school within the United States are required to submit the SAT/ACT for scholarship consideration. A student may receive only one academic scholarship from the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
- The Scholarship Committee will make the final decisions on all scholarship awards.
- To be eligible for academic scholarships, international candidates must submit a complete application for admission with all academic credentials, including a bank letter by the deadline listed below. The bank letter must indicate the applicant will be able to cover the difference between the scholarship award and the total cost of attendance.
University of Miami Offering International Scholarships 2017 in USA
International students can apply for these scholarships.
New International Students: College Admission Requirement
Applicants must have high school degree.
The SAT/ACT is not required for applicants studying outside of the United States regardless of citizenship. However, students who graduate from a school within the United States are required to submit the SAT/ACT for scholarship consideration. A student may receive only one academic scholarship from the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
English Language Requirement
Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
How to Apply
Students are automatically considered for the President’s Scholarships when they apply for admission to the University.
If you are an international transfer student, visit here for more information.
- Complete the Application: Complete and submit the Common Application online.
- Send Official Transcripts: All applicants who have attended a secondary school outside of the United States must submit their official secondary documents (transcripts, mark sheets, certificates, examination results, etc.) to Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., International Education Consultant for an evaluation.
- Send Official Test Scores: Applicants currently studying within the U.S. Students graduating from a high school in the United States are required to submit SAT or ACT scores.
- Complete the School Report: The School Report should be completed by the applicant’s high school guidance counselor and can be found on the Common Application website. It is typically submitted along with the applicant’s high school transcript and a school profile.
- Letter of Recommendation/Teacher Evaluation: University requires a letter of recommendation from your high school guidance counselor. An additional Teacher Evaluation/letter of recommendation is also required and can be submitted online through the Common Application’s Teacher Evaluation form or mailed to:
Scholarship Consideration deadlines:
November 1 (Early Decision/Early Action)
January 1 (Regular Decision)