Emory University was founded in the year 1836 as “Emory College” by the Methodist Episcopal Church.
This is a top research university, located in Atlanta, Georgia. And it is among the 50 oldest private universities in the United States. The University offers partial to full merit-based scholarships as part of the Emory University Scholar Programs. Scholar programs are more than just merit scholarships.
This is to empower students through resources and support to reach their full potential and make an impact on the university, Atlanta, and the world beyond.
The three Categories of the Scholarship Programs Available are:
- Emory Scholar Program – The Robert W. Woodruff Scholarship, Woodruff Dean’s Achievement Scholarship, George W. Jenkins Scholarship
- Oxford Scholars Program – Academic scholarships include: Robert W. Woodruff Scholars, Dean’s Scholars, Faculty Scholars, Emory Opportunity Award, Liberal Arts Scholar
- Goizetta Scholars Program – BBA Financial Aid
- Applicants must apply for admission into the University by selecting one of the three admission decision plans and submit all required application materials by November 15. (Those applying Early Decision I must apply by November 1.)
- All nationality can apply
- You also must answer “yes” to the question on your application that says, “Do you wish to be considered for merit scholarships?”
1.The Robert W. Woodruff Scholarship: full tuition fees, and on-campus room and board.
2.Woodruff’s Dean’s Achievement Scholarship: US$10,000.
3.George W. Jenkins Scholarship: full tuition, fees, on-campus room and board, and a stipend each semester.
NOTE: Scholarships are renewable for a total of eight regular academic year semesters of undergraduate study, provided students maintain high standards of personal and academic excellence and meet semester and annual requirements of their program
Closing Date: 15 November 2020