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Tulane University Scholarships 2023-2024 for International Students

Tulane Scholarships

Applicants are open for the Tulane University Scholarships Scholarships in USA 2023-2024. International students from all around the world are eligible to apply for the Global Scholarships, Stamps Scholarships, Paul Tulane Award and other undergraduate awards at Tulane University. These Scholarships are for undergraduate programs taught at Tulane University. Many need-based and merit-based scholarships are available for international and American students.

Applicants who wants to study undergraduate in USA should avail this opportunity and apply for the Global Scholarships at Tulane University. The duration of this scholarship is 4 years (5 years for students in the 5-year Architecture program). Study in Canada on Scholarships Fully Funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships by Canadian Government

Tulane University is a private research university in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was founded as a public medical college in 1834 and became a comprehensive university in 1847. The institution was made private under the endowments of Paul Tulane and Josephine Louise Newcomb in 1884.

Scholarships Details:

  • Host Organization: Tulane University
  • Course Level: Undergraduates
  • Eligible Region: Open for All Countries
  • Category: Scholarship
  • Country: USA
  • Fields of Study: All Subjects
  • Deadline: 15 November 2022

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Scholarships Benefits

Selected applicants will receive full tuition fee waiver. Apart from that partial scholarships are also available.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • All international students are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants in the top 20% academically (based on testing and GPA) of the applicant pool, are eligible to be considered for the scholarship
  • It is suggested that you submit a complete Early Action (15 November) or Early Decision (1 November) application for admission
  • Nominations are made by the admission committee and based on your application for admission to Tulane
  • Candidates will be invited to participate in one video interview with the international admission committee by 31 March

Other Available Scholarships for International Students

Brandt Dixon Scholarship

This is a partial or full-cost award renewable for 4 years. It is awarded to one or more Latin American women pursuing studies in Liberal Arts. Typical recipients demonstrate strong academic and extracurricular credentials. No separate application is required. All Latin American female applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship.

Must apply for MEXT Scholarship for Masters & PhD (Fully Funded)

Sub-Saharan Africa Leadership Award

This is a full-tuition scholarship, renewable for 4 years. It is awarded to multiple full-time undergraduate students from and studying in Sub-Saharan Africa. Recipients will have strong academic and extracurricular credentials. No additional application is necessary, as students are identified internally, and students may pursue any bachelor’s degree offered. Contact Jonathan Gutmann (jgutmann@tulane.edu) with any questions.

South Asian Scholar Award

This award is for brilliant and outstanding high school students from south Asia. Duration of the scholarship is 4 years. This scholarship covers partial or full tuition fee. No need to apply separately you will be automatically considered for this scholarship after admission. Contact Paul Burgess (pburgess@tulane.edu) with any questions.

Deans’ Honor Scholarship (DHS)

This is full tuition scholarship, you have to submit separate application for the scholarship to be considered. You have to submit a creative project and teacher recommendation through your Green Wave Portal.

Paul Tulane Award

This is another full tuition fee coverage scholarship you have to admission application by Early action or Early Admission. Separate application for scholarship is required to be considered. Apply through Green Wave Portal with you essays.

Sotomayor Full-Tuition Public Service Scholarship

This scholarship covers full tuition fee and is given to the student interested in public service. Submit a complete Early Action or Early Decision I application for admission

Stamps Scholarship

This is a prestigious award given to only who are among the very best. Not only full tuition fee is covered under this scholarship other benefits are also given. Apply for the Deans’ Honor Scholarship or Paul Tulane Award to be considered. Also see University of Miami Stamps Scholarship for Undergraduates for full details of the scholarship.

  • Fully funded scholarship and provide funds to support endeavors such as study abroad, undergraduate research, academic or co-curricular conferences, and unpaid internships
  • 5 scholarships are awarded each year
  • Funded by Stamps Scholarship program. Funding is matched by Tulane University

Apply before Early Action or Early decision 1.

Apply for the Deans’ Honor Scholarship or Paul Tulane Award by December 5

Tulane University Undergraduate Programs

Programs available for the scholarships can be found in following link,

  • Accounting (ACCN)
  • Admiralty Law (ADMR)
  • Africana Studies (AFRS)
  • Aging Studies (AGST)
  • Anatomy – Graduate (ANAT)
  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Anthropology (PAAN)
  • Arabic (ARBC)
  • Architecture (ARCH)
  • Architecture (PAAR)
  • Architecture – Design (DESG)
  • Architecture – Preservation Studies (PRST)
  • Art History (ARHS)
  • Art History (PAAH)
  • Art Studio (ARST)
  • Asian Studies (ASTA)
  • Astronomy (ASTR)
  • Biochemistry & Molecular Biol (GBCH)
  • Bioethics and Medical Humanities (BEMH)
  • Bioinformatics (BINF)
  • Biology (PABI)
  • Biomedical Engineering (BMEN)
  • Biomedical Informatics (BIMI)
  • Biomedical Sciences (BMSP)
  • Biostatistics (BIOS)
  • Business & Leadership Studies (BSLS)
  • Business Doctoral Courses (BUSN)
  • Business of Real Estate (RESM)
  • Career Devel & Mgmt (CDMA)
  • Career Development (CRDV)
  • Cell & Molecular Biology (CELL)
  • Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT)
  • Chemical Engineering (CENG)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Chinese Language (ASTC)
  • City, Culture, and Community (CCCC)
  • Classics (CLAS)
  • Clinical Research (MSCR)
  • Colloquia (COLQ)
  • Communication (COMM)
  • Computational Science (COSC)
  • Computer Science (CMPS)
  • Cybersecurity Management (CSMT)
  • Dance (DANC)
  • Dance – Applied (DANA)
  • Digital Design (DDSN)
  • Digital Media Practices (DMPC)
  • Disaster Resilience Leader Sci (DRLS)
  • Earth & Environmental Sciences (EENS)
  • Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (EBIO)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • Education (EDUC)
  • Education – Liberal Arts (EDLA)
  • Emergency Management (EMMT)
  • Energy (ENRG)
  • Engineering Physics (ENGP)
  • English (ENGL)
  • English (ENLS)
  • English (PAEN)
  • English for Academic/Professional Purposes (EAPP)
  • Environmental Health Sciences (ENHS)
  • Environmental Studies (EVST)
  • Epidemiology (EPID)
  • Executive MBA (EMBA)
  • Film Studies (FMST)
  • Finance (EFIN)
  • Finance (FINE)
  • Fine Art – Interdisciplinary (FNAR)
  • Foreign Language (FRLN)
  • French (FREN)
  • Gender & Sexuality Studies (GESS)
  • General Legal Studies (GLSP)
  • German (GERM)
  • Global Business (GMBA)
  • Global Community Health & Behavioral Sciences (GCHB)
  • Global Development (GDEV)
  • Global Finance (GFIN)
  • Greek (GREK)
  • Haitian Creole (HACR)
  • Health Policy & Management (HPAM)
  • Hebrew (HBRW)
  • History (HIST)
  • History (PAHS)
  • History – Africa (HISB)
  • History – Ancient & Medieval Europe (HISA)
  • History – Asia (HISC)
  • History – Latin America & Caribbean (HISL)
  • History – Middle East & North Africa (HISM)
  • History – Modern Europe (HISE)
  • History – United States (HISU)
  • Homeland Security (HMLS)
  • Human Genetics (HMGN)
  • Humanities (PAHM)
  • Humanities – Interdisciplinary (HUMA)
  • Immunology (IMMU)
  • Individual Study (ISTU)
  • Information Systems (INFO)
  • Information Technology (CPST)
  • Interdisciplinary Newcomb-Tulane College (INTU)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies (INTD)
  • International Business (INBS)
  • International Development (IDEV)
  • International Development (INDV)
  • International Health & Sustainable Development (IHSD)
  • International Studies & Business (ISIB)
  • Internship (INTR)
  • Italian (ITAL)
  • Japanese Language (ASTJ)
  • Jewish Studies (JWST)
  • Kinesiology (KINE)
  • Labor & Employment Law (EMPL)
  • Latin (LATN)
  • Latin American Studies (LAST)
  • Law Clinical Courses (CLIN)
  • Law First Year Courses (1LAW)
  • Law Mini Courses (MINI)
  • Law Non-Classroom Courses (NCLS)
  • Law Special Courses (LAWS)
  • Law Summer Program in Germany (LGER)
  • Law Upperclass Electives (2) (2LAW)
  • Law Upperclass Electives (3) (3LAW)
  • Law Upperclass Electives (4) (4LAW)
  • Legal Studies in Business (LGST)
  • Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL)
  • Linguistics (LING)
  • Management (MGMT)
  • Management Communications (MCOM)
  • Management Science (MGSC)
  • Managerial Perspectives (PERS)
  • Marketing (BSMK)
  • Marketing (MKTG)
  • Master of Liberal Arts Courses (MLAR)
  • Materials Physics & Engineering (MPEN)
  • Math offered through SoPA (PAMT)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • MD – Anesthesiology (ANES)
  • MD – Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • MD – Brain & Behavior (BRBH)
  • MD – Clinical Diagnosis (CLDG)
  • MD – Dermatology (DERM)
  • MD – Emergency Medicine (EMER)
  • MD – Family Medicine (FAMY)
  • MD – Foundations Medicine I (FIM1)
  • MD – Foundations Medicine II (FIM2)
  • MD – General Medicine (GENM)
  • MD – Genetics (GENE)
  • MD – Gross Anatomy (GANT)
  • MD – Histology (HSTO)
  • MD – Mechanism of Disease (PATH)
  • MD – Medicine (MED)
  • MD – Microbiology (MICR)
  • MD – Neurology (NEUR)
  • MD – Neuroscience (NESC)
  • MD – Neurosurgery (NRSR)
  • MD – Obstetrics & Gynecology (OBGY)
  • MD – Ophtalmology (OPTH)
  • MD – Orthopaedic Surgery (ORTH)
  • MD – Otolaryngology (OTLN)
  • MD – Pediatrics (PEDS)
  • MD – Pharmacology (PHAR)
  • MD – Physiology (PYSI)
  • MD – Psychiatry (PYCH)
  • MD – Public Health (PHEA)
  • MD – Radiology (RADS)
  • MD – Surgery (SURG)
  • MD – Urology (UROL)
  • Media & Design (MDES)
  • Medieval & Early Modern Studies (MEMS)
  • Microbiology – Graduate (MIIM)
  • Music (MUSC)
  • Music (PAMU)
  • Music – Applied (APMS)
  • Musical Cultures Gulf South (MCGS)
  • Neuroscience (NSCI)
  • Pharmacology – Graduate (GPHR)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Physiology – Graduate (GPSO)
  • Political Economy (PECN)
  • Political Science – American (POLA)
  • Political Science – Comparative (POLC)
  • Political Science – General (POLS)
  • Political Science – International (POLI)
  • Political Science – International Development (PSDV)
  • Political Science – Political Theory (POLT)
  • Portuguese (PORT)
  • Professional MBA (PMBA)
  • Psychology (PSYC)
  • Public Administration (MPAD)
  • Public Health Special Courses (SPHL)
  • Public Health Undergraduate (SPHU)
  • Public Service (SRVC)
  • Religious Studies (PARL)
  • Religious Studies (RLST)
  • River-Coastal Science & Engineering (RCSE)
  • ROTC – Aerospace Studies (AERO)
  • ROTC – Military Science (MILS)
  • ROTC – Naval Science (NAVS)
  • Russian (RUSS)
  • School Liberal Arts Management (SLAM)
  • School of Professional Advancement (SOPA)
  • Science & Engineering (SCEN)
  • Science (PASC)
  • Security Management (SECM)
  • Social Innovation/Entrepreneur (SISE)
  • Social Sciences (PASS)
  • Social Work (PASW)
  • Social Work (SOWK)
  • Social, Behavioral and Population Sciences (SBPS)
  • Sociology (PASO)
  • Sociology (SOCI)
  • Spanish (SPAN)
  • Special Projects (RELS)
  • Speech (SPEC)
  • Sports Medicine (SPMD)
  • Sustainable Real Estate Development (SRED)
  • Swahili (SWHL)
  • Taxation (TAXN)
  • Taylor Your Life (TYLR)
  • Theatre (PATR)
  • Theatre (THEA)
  • Tides – Business (TIDB)
  • Tides – Residential Learning Communities (TIDR)
  • Tides – TU Interdisciplinary Experience (TIDE)
  • Tropical Medicine (TRMD)
  • Urban Studies (URST)
  • Wellness & Human Performance (WLHP)
  • Yoruba (YRBA)

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Tulane University Acceptance Rate

Tulane university acceptance rate is about 13%.

Deadline

Last date to apply for the scholarships at the Tulane university is 15 November 2022.

How to Apply

Applicant will be automatically considered for scholarship if they meet all the requirements,

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