Don’t be fooled by email or internet scams that pretend to offer genuine scholarships to U.S. universities! If someone asks you for a payment of any kind, it’s likely fake. At U.S. schools, scholarship applications are free. With so many scams going around, it is sometimes hard to find genuine scholarships. One of the ways to tell if a scholarship is a scam is if one is asked for any type of payment. Scholarship applications should be free of charge.
To help you find possible funding to study in the U.S., the Embassy’s EducationUSA office has compiled a list of genuine scholarship offers. Here are some genuine scholarship offers that have been researched by the EducationUSA office in the U.S Embassy Kampala.
Remember, these scholarships are from the colleges and universities themselves, not the Embassy. not being offered by the embassy itself, but by the institutions.
To learn more about these opportunities, Please follow the links below. Each one will have different application requirements, and all of them will have application deadlines. on the different requirements to apply, keeping in mind that most of them have deadlines.
- The Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program
- Miami’s International Student Scholarship program
- Saint Joseph’s University scholarships program
- Missouri State University Scholarship for international students
- New York Institute of Technology Admissions Scholarships
- Pacific Lutheran International Students’ Scholarship
- Michigan Tech International Ambassadors Scholarship
- Lebanon Valley College Financial aid for international students
- Five Towns College International student International student’s scholarship
- Susquehanna University Scholarships
- Aquinas College International Students scholarship
- University of Findlay International Students Scholarship
- Saint Michaels College International Students scholarship
- Towson University International Students’ Scholarship
- Upper Iowa University Scholarships
- University of Kentucky Scholarship