American University Emerging Global Leader Scholarship (AU EGLS) is designed to support exceptional international students who are committed to pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in the US and returning home to lead positive civic and social change in their under-resourced communities.
- High-achieving international students
- Passionate about pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in the US
- Dedicated to positive civic and social change
- Committed to returning home to improve under-resourced, underserved communities
- Full tuition
- Room, and board for up to four years of undergraduate study
- Priority deadline: December 15, 2023
- Final deadline: January 15, 2024
- August 2024
- American University, Washington DC, USA
- Complete the AU EGLS application
- Submit the Common or Coalition Application
- Complete the international admissions process
- The AU EGLS is a highly competitive scholarship, and the selection process is based on a comprehensive evaluation of academic achievement, leadership potential, commitment to service, and the strength of the applicant’s personal statement.
- The AU EGLS is designed to attract students from a diverse range of backgrounds and countries, and the scholarship committee is committed to selecting students who will contribute to the vibrant and intellectually diverse community at American University.
Embrace Your Leadership Potential
If you are an aspiring global leader with a vision for creating a more just and equitable world, the AU EGLS is an exceptional opportunity to amplify your impact. Apply today and embark on a transformative journey of academic excellence and social responsibility.
You are NOT eligible to apply if:
- You are a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or dual citizen of the U.S. and another country.
- You are enrolled in or have already begun any post-secondary studies at another university in your home country or the United States.
- You graduated secondary school earlier than 2022.
For more information, please visit the American University website or contact the Office of International Admissions www.american.edu