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List of scholarships offered in USA, Canada and UK for International students:

The following is a list of scholarships available to international students who wants to study in countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada.


  • The Kotzen Scholarship 
  • The Rhodes Scholarship
  • The Kowitz Scholarship
  • The Huckletree Scholarship
  • The McCall MacBain Scholarship



The Kotzen Scholarship 

Deadline – December 1, 2022

The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program at Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts, offers a four-year undergraduate programme.  

Kotzen Scholarship is the most prominent award offered by Simmons University, Boston.

The scholarship covers your full tuition, room and board fees, and you’ll also receive an extra 3,000 US dollars to help your academic interests, like study abroad and research support, etc.

To be eligible for the Kotzen Scholarship, students must complete the following requirements:

  • Apply for the fall semester as a freshman.
  • Because Simmons is a test-optional university, you can choose whether or not to submit standardised test results with your application. A 28 on the ACT and a 1300 on the SAT are recommended for individuals who choose to submit test scores.
  • Non-native English speakers must submit TOEFL and SAT or ACT scores, as well as a 3.3 or higher GPA and a College preparatory curriculum that includes an advanced level math course during or before their senior year of high school, as well as a record of taking honours, advanced placement (AP), and international baccalaureate (IB) courses, as offered in their high school systems.

*For more information check out the official website


The Rhodes Scholarship 

Deadline – August 01, 2022

Rhodes Scholarship is offered by Oxford University, England.

The Rhodes Scholarship is a fully funded, full-time postgraduate scholarship that allows exceptional young people from all around the world to pursue their dreams. Number of scholarships offered every year are 100.

The Rhodes Scholarship pays for academic fees at Oxford University as well as an annual stipend. The stipend for the academic year 2022-23 will be £15,900 per annum (£1,325 per month).

*For more information check out the official website


The Kowitz Scholarship 

Deadline – June 08, 2022

Kowitz Scholarship is offered by University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.

The Kowitz Scholarship is open to domestic and international applicants who have applied to the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) programme.

Scholarship will cover an annual value of £10,000 which covers both tuition fees and maintenance.

*For more information check out the official website


The Huckletree Scholarship 

Deadline – July 29, 2022

Huckletree Scholarship is offered by Regent’s University London, London, UK.

Regent’s University London will grant one international student the Huckletree Scholarship and ICET Bursary for BA (Hons) International Business programme, thanks to a partnership with alumna Gabriela Hersham. 

Scholarship will cover 50% of student’s tuition fees and will also give £10,000 per year to cover living cost provided by ICET.

*For more information check out the official website


The McCall MacBain Scholarship 

Deadline – August 25, 2022

McCall MacBain Scholarship is offered by McGill University, Canada.

The McCall MacBain Foundation will award 10 scholarships to international students starting their master’s or professional undergraduate (dentistry, law, medicine) degree at McGill University. 

Scholarship will cover for tuition and fees for an approved master’s or professional programme, as well as a $2,000 monthly living stipend during academic terms. 

*For more information check out the official website

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