10 Universities that Offers Full Scholarships to International Students

9. University of Georgia

Foundation Fellowship

Number of seats: 18-22 new student awards

Value: More than tuition, three fully funded travel study program, and fully funded summer study abroad program to Oxford University


Minimum Requirement: 1470 SAT or 32 ACT and 3.9 GPA

Determining factors: strong academic achievement, accomplishment and leadership in co-curricular activities

Benefits:

Annual stipend for Georgia resident students: $12,300 plus the Zell Miller Scholarship (currently worth $9,552 per year) and a first-year housing supplement of $614

Annual stipend for non-resident students: $20,300 plus a Presidential waiver (currently worth $18,574 per year and a first-year housing supplement of $1,228

Annual stipend for international students: $22,300 plus a Presidential waiver (currently worth $18,574 per year) and a first-year housing supplement of $1,228

Three fully funded spring travel-study programs (first through third years, valued at $9,900) In recent years, Fellows have traveled to Morocco, South Korea, Japan, Tanzania, Ecuador, and Costa Rica.

One fully funded summer study abroad program to Oxford University immediately following the first year (valued at $8,500)

Individual travel-study grants up to a cumulative total of $9,000 (related to students’ academic and professional goals, can be combined with semester stipends for travel-study for semester or academic year)

Research and academic conference grants up to a cumulative total of $1,750

Special seminars and book discussions with UGA and visiting professors

Faculty, peer, and alumni mentoring

Twice-a-year, all-scholar retreats

Participation in a community of young scholars who stimulate each other’s intellectual and personal development through the exchange of ideas and experiences

Bernard Ramsey Honors Scholarship

Number of seats: 25-30 new student awards

Value: Full tuition and four fully funded domestic spring service trips

Minimum Requirement: 1470 SAT or 32 ACT and 3.9 GPA

Determining factors: strong academic achievement, accomplishment and leadership in co-curricular activities

Benefits:

Annual stipend: $6,160 plus the Zell Miller Scholarship (currently worth $9,552 per year) for Georgia resident students and a first-year housing supplement of $614;

Annual stipend for non-resident students: $10,160 plus Presidential waiver (currently worth $18,574 per year) and a first-year housing supplement of $1,228

Four domestic spring break service trips. In recent years, Ramseys have traveled to San Francisco, Seattle, Austin, New Orleans, Miami, Charleston, and Asheville.

Individual travel-study grants of $3,000 (closely related to students’ academic and professional goals, can be combined with semester stipends for study overseas for a full semester or academic year)

Special seminars and book discussions with UGA and visiting professors

Faculty and peer mentoring

Twice-a-year, all-scholar retreats

Participation in a community of young scholars who stimulate each other’s intellectual and personal development through the exchange of ideas and experiences.

Official Scholarship Page: https://www.admissions.uga.edu/Prospective-Students/Tuition-Fees/Scholarships