The American University of Paris is offering the AUP Scholar Awards for globally-minded scholars for the academic year 2021-2022. The application process is now available.
All international students are acceptable to apply for this application . The awards are presented to those students who show brilliant academic promise, global perspective, significant extracurricular activities and demonstrated financial need.
Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
- The aspirant must hold impressive academic records
- The candidate must be international students.
- AUP Global Citizenship Awards permit the most talented, internationally oriented students to choose an AUP education.
How to Apply for Scholarship:
- Procedure to Apply: The candidate must first sign up on the official online portal of the university and submit the supporting documents.
- The applicants must select ‘yes’ when further asked if interested in a financial award or not.
- The applicants will then receive a mail on the registered ID.
- The applicants are required to use the same email address as the admissions application.
- The applicants must complete the application providing any further supporting documents.
- Required Documents: The Candidate must submit the following documents:
- A personal statement and a supplemental essay.
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Official transcripts from the past three years of schooling.
- Extra activities and work experience.
- SAT/ACT scores are optional.
- Admission Demand: candidate must have a high school degree certificate with relevant marks.
- Language Demand: The applicants are required to submit one of the following test scores:
- TOEFL – Internet-Based Test (ibT) minimum score: 88. To have your results sent directly, use our institutional code 0866.
- TOEIC – Listening and Reading, minimum score: 810. To have your results sent directly, use our institutional code 0866.
- Cambridge English – First, Advanced, or Proficiency level, minimum score: 176.
- IELTS – Academic Option, minimum score 6.5.