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Financial Assistance for International Students from Emory University,USA

Emory University, recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the Southeast's leading health care systems, is located on a beautiful, leafy campus in Atlanta, Georgia's historic Druid Hills suburb.

Financial Assistance for International Students
Emory University is committed to enrolling a talented first year class with representation from all corners of the globe. In accordance with this philosophy, Emory University offers need-based financial aid awards to a select group of international students each year. As well, international applicants are encouraged to apply for merit-based scholarships through the Emory University Scholars Program (November 15 deadline).

In order to be considered for a need-based financial assistance, international students need simply apply with the Common Application under our Regular Decision plan.

An international student is considered a student who is NOT a U.S. citizen and NOT a U.S. permanent resident. Students who hold F1, F2, J1, J2, or G series visas or other eligible non-citizens (humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant, refugee status, asylum) are considered international students. Please note, these are a few of the many visas and immigration categories we work with in the admission process.

International students receiving financial aid from Emory College must plan to contribute funding towards their educational expenses. For example, students will be responsible for travel expenses to the U.S. from their home country. Emory University cannot assume responsibility for economic changes such as currency fluctuation, nor can it replace lost support that a student may have expected to receive from relatives, sponsors, or government and corporate grants.

Students in the process of obtaining permanent residency status, or "Permanent Residence Pending" status in the United States, should be aware that they cannot be considered for federal financial aid until the receive actual documentation of their immigration status and provide it to the university.

How to Apply: 
Select YES when asked about applying for need-based financial aid on the Common Application or Coalition Application.
In addition, international students seeking need-based financial aid are required to submit the following additional documents:
International / Financial Certification form (FIF), which should be completed and returned to the Office of Admission. The College Board certification of finances form is also acceptable in addition to a note or statement from your bank or financial institution as proof of funding. (due by January 1, 2018)
CSS / Financial Aid Profile (due February 15, 2018).
> Tax return required by home country (or a Non-tax Filer Statement is a tax return is not required) submitted through College Board's Institutional Documents Service(IDOC) (due by February 15, 2018)

These requirements should be sent as attached PDFs to Please make sure to include the applicant's full name, date of birth, and application ID # on all documents submitted to this email account.

Scholarship deadline is closed now.

It is important to visit official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Original Scholarship link:
Financial Assistance for International Students from Emory University,USA
photo courtesy: Emory University

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