2021 Scholarships List

Undergrad Scholarships 2021-2022: List of Bachelor Scholarships (BA, BSc, BBA, BE, LLB, MBBS Scholarships)

List of Scholarships for Undergraduate Students:

Deadline Ongoing
Opening date October 1, 2020
Days Remaining Ongoing
Category 2021 Scholarships List
Type Fully Funded
Location Multiple Locations

When it comes to financing higher education, students have three choices and they usually make their decision by combining all three of them. These options are loans, grants, and scholarships. Loans are easy for students to get but they need to be paid back eventually. With soaring inflation and interest rates, it gets pretty hard for students to amortize loans as they have to give a big chunk out of their monthly salaries toward paying the loan back.

Grants are for those students who demonstrate financial need. These are need-based and are primarily given to students after thorough fact-checking. 

Scholarships, on the other hand, are usually given based on the students’ past academic record and performance on entry tests. There are hundreds of scholarships available for undergraduate or bachelor’s students. These are not just reserved for students who have straight As, instead, a lot of them have fairly lenient criteria. There are a lot of platforms that offer scholarships like government organizations, private corporations, NGOs, advocacy groups, etc. All of these platforms offer scholarships to a diverse group of students. Your best bet is to apply to all those relevant to you.

List of (BS, BA, B.E., BBA, MBBS) Undergaduation Scholarships

For your convenience, here is a list of best scholarships for prospective undergraduate students wanting to study abroad. 

  • Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Scholarships:

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Scholarship is available for studying bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. in Germany. The scholarship value is a stipend of 744 Euros per month, a study grant of 300 Euros, conditional health insurance of 71 Euros, and care insurance of 15 euros per month. In addition to that, recipients having children can get an additional monthly allowance of 155 Euros per month. It is awarded to those individuals who have a knack for socio-politics.

  • Chinese Scholarships for undergrad

There are over 270 Chinese Universities that offer scholarships to undergrad students to pursue their bachelor degree programs each year. You can consider applying for all sorts of Chinese Scholarships to get accepted. Chinese scholarships cover benefits such as full tuition fees, living allowance, accommodation, and academic expenses.

  • Turkiye Burslari Scholarships

Turkish scholarships are well known due to the highly ranked Turkish Universities. This funding is also known as the Turkiye Burslari Scholarship that is available to undergrad students as well. It covers free education, a living stipend, and a room in a university dorm.

  • Boston University Presidential Scholarship:

Boston University’s scholarships for first-year bachelor’s students are now open for application. These are awarded to those students who have excellent academic and non-academic records. The value of the scholarship is a tuition fee waiver of $25,000 a year which is also renewable for the subsequent years. 

  • Swinburne International Scholarships:

Swinburne University of Technology’s scholarship for international students is available for under and postgraduate students. All bachelor’s and master’s programs are included except for under graduation in Aviation and Piloting. The value of the award at the undergraduate level is a tuition fee waiver from 10 to 75%. This award is renewable for the later years of undergraduate studies. The postgraduate award also gives a tuition fee waiver of up to 75% and is renewable for the second year.

  • Australian National University Scholarships:

Australian National University’s scholarships are for under and postgraduate international students. There is a special category for students from South Asia, South East Asia, Middle East, and Africa. The value of the award is a tuition fee waiver of $25000 for undergraduate students (25 awards), $15,000 for postgraduate applicants (75 awards), $25000 for students from South Asia (50 awards), $25000 for South-East Asian students (30 awards) and $25,000 for students from the Middle East and Africa (10 awards). There is also an award for students who have finished their International Baccalaureate which is a tuition fee waiver of $20,000. The number of these Australian awards is over 100.

  • University of Melbourne International Scholarships:

The undergraduate scholarship for the University of Melbourne is open only for international students. The number of awards is 50 and the scholarship is available at all the subject areas at the undergraduate level.

The value of the scholarship is divided into three categories:

The first award gives a 10% waiver toward tuition fees for only the first year. The second one gives a 50% reduction in tuition fees for all three years of study. The third one gives a 100% waiver of tuition fees for the three years of undergraduate studies.

  • Clark University Global Scholarship:

The Clark university global awards’ are offered to international students wanting to earn a bachelor’s degree from there. The value of the scholarship is a tuition fee remission from $15,000 to $25,000 for the four years of study (provided that the students meet certain criteria for renewal of the scholarship). An additional $5,000 can also be awarded to the recipients upon demonstrating genuine financial need for the grant.

  • Illinois Wesleyan University Scholarship:

Illinois Wesleyan University (IWU) is offering merit-based and presidential scholarships to deserving undergraduate students. There are other awards available as well like need-based grants, loans, on-campus employment opportunities, etc. The merit-based awards’ contain a tuition fee waiver from $16,000 to $30,000 (renewable for the next three years). The presidential awards give a full-tuition fee waiver and are also renewable. The presidential awards are highly competitive and are given to only 2 students each year.

  • Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship:

This scholarship is sponsored by the US department of state and is meant to let the student study/intern in another country. Aimed at students from underprivileged backgrounds, this scholarship’s value starts from $100 and ends at $5,000. The number of awards available is 3600. The students can use the scholarship amount to offset the cost of tuition, books, meals, hostel, airfare, etc. The scholarship is available to use at universities and institutions outside of the USA.

  • University of Sydney Scholarship:

University of Sydney’s scholarship is available to first-year bachelor’s students. It is for both local and international students and the number of awards are two. The value of the scholarship is $6,000 per year. The award is renewable for every year of college for selected students given that they come up with satisfactory results.

  • University of Calgary Entrance Awards:

University of Calgary (Canada) entrance scholarships are given to students who demonstrate excellent qualifications inside and outside of the classroom. The awards are available in all the subject areas offered at the undergraduate level. The value of the scholarship is an amount of 15,000 CAD for the first year. The award can also be earned in the second, third, and fourth years if the candidate achieves an overall CGPA of more than 2.6.

  • Farleigh Dickinson University Scholarship:

Col. Farleigh S. Dickinson Scholarship at the Farleigh Dickinson University is for international students taking up bachelor’s and master’s studies at the university. The value of the award is up to $32000 at the undergraduate level. 

The FDU scholarship’s value is $27000 annually at the undergraduate level. At the graduate level, the value of the award is $1,000 to $10,000. All the awards are renewable.

  • University of Auckland Excellence Awards:

The University of Auckland scholarships are offered to undergraduate, master’s, and postgraduate diploma students. The scholarship is only available to students coming from abroad. About 50 awards will be given and each award is valued at $10,000. The scholarship will be given as a reduction in the tuition fee.

  • University of Western Australia Scholarships:

The University of Western Australia is offering scholarships to students from certain countries who intend to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate in certain subject areas. The scholarship value is a tuition fee reduction of up to 45,000 AUD for students pursuing an undergraduate program (for three years). For postgraduates, the tuition fee discount is 30,000 AUD over the whole course of studies. The value of the scholarship depends upon how well the students’ academic records are according to the Australian grading system.

  • Victoria University Scholarship:

The Victoria University of Wellington, in order to show its commitment toward international students, is offering entrance scholarships to its Bachelor’s and master’s students. The value of the scholarship is a tuition fee discount of 5000 to 10,000 NZ dollars. The scholarship holders can also get accommodation at the University campus provided that they submit an application for it before the deadline.

  • Berea College Scholarships:

Berea College provides financial support to all of its enrolled undergraduates by offering them a tuition fee waiver. In addition to that, the students do not have to pay for board, room, or any other fee either. However, international students have to pay $1000 toward their educational expenses per year, a $50 entrance fee, and a $2,200 fee to confirm their admission. The enrollment fee can then be used by the students toward paying their obligations. For meeting the rest of the expenses, students are offered on-campus jobs that pay around $2000 per year.

  • The University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) Scholarships:

There are two types of scholarships offered at St. Gallen, Excellence, and Starr International. These are offered to international Bachelor’s and Master’s students. For the Excellence award, the students can expect to be covered for their whole tuition for the three years. The amount offered per year is 6,252 CHF making it 18,756 CHF for the three years (six semesters) of study.

Starr International is much more generous, offering a grant of 20,000 CHF annually to every recipient.

  • University of Manitoba Undergraduate Bursary:

University of Manitoba of Canada is offering undergraduate scholarships to its meritorious international students. These students also need to be financially in need of the scholarship in order to get one. The grant is offered in all the subject areas of the bachelor’s program. The total value of the scholarship is 240,000 CAD which is meant to be divided equally among all the scholarship recipients.

  • The Deutschlandstipendium:

Available at the German universities and colleges, The Deutschlandstipendium is the biggest scholarship of Germany. The funding for this scholarship is available for a minimum of two semesters but the recipients can expect to get it for their whole period of study if they are competent enough. The recipients will get 300 Euros monthly half of which is sponsored by the state and half is sponsored by private donors. The scholarship is given purely on a merit basis and the applicants’ personal or family income is disregarded in the decision making process.

  • József Váradi Scholarship:

József Váradi scholarships at the University of London are offered to students enrolled in distance learning and flexible learning programs at the university. The total funding available is 1 million GBP and the scholarships are available at the BSc and MSc. Levels. The scholarship amount covers the tuition fee of the recipients. The grantees are expected to pay for equipment, study materials, and Teaching Centre by themselves.

  • University of Waikato International Scholarship:

The international scholarship at the University of Waikato is given to those students who have fine academic backgrounds and promising potential of becoming goodwill ambassadors for the university. These awards are given at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The value of the awards is 10,000 NZ dollars. Only applicants from selected countries will be considered for the scholarship. The scholarship value will go toward the reduction of the tuition fee.

  • Adelaide Global Scholarship:

The University of Adelaide is offering scholarships in the bachelor’s, master’s, diploma, and graduate certificate levels. These scholarships are awarded to students who have just been enrolled and who demonstrate strong previous academic backgrounds.

Two scholarships will be given in every faculty and the recipients will be waived half of their tuition fee for their full course of the program. The students will have to pay for their visas, accommodation, meals, books, living expenses, and health care by themselves.

  • Erasmus University (Netherlands) Scholarship:

The Erasmus University’s scholarships are meant for students from outside of the EEA (European Economic Area). The scholarship amount is 5,000, 10,000, and 15,000 Euros which will be awarded based on the applicant’s whole profile. The scholarship is open for bachelor’s and master’s programs in all fields except Philosophy and Social Studies.

  • University of Bologna Grants:

The value of the scholarships by the University of Bologna for international students is as follows:

      • An award of 11,059 Euros and a tuition waiver of worth 16,000 Euros will be given to students enrolling in the first and single-cycle programs. 5 grants will be awarded in total.
      • An award of 11,059 Euros and a tuition fee waiver of up to 100,000 Euros are meant for the students enrolling in the Second cycle program. 17 grants will be given in total.

Yousaf Saeed (Scholarship Winner)

Yousaf is one of our guest writers and the winner of 3 prestigious international scholarships abroad. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Engineering and enjoys writing on topics that guide young talent to explore foreign opportunities. Yousaf is also a successful entrepreneur, an independent mentor, educational, and academic researcher. His writing inspires and motivates students to pursue their academic dreams as he instills that motivation that helps students to fly abroad for further studies.

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