The George Washington University – You Are Welcome Here Scholarship
The George Washington University (GW) is a proud participant in the #YouAreWelcomeHereScholarship program. Starting in fall 2019, GW will offer two annual, renewable scholarships that cover at least 50 percent of tuition to selected international undergraduate students dedicated to advancing intercultural learning and bridging cultural divides.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
College of Arts & Sciences
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Chinese Language and Literature
English and Creative Writing
French Language and Literature
German Language and Literature
Human Services and Social Justice
Japanese Language and Literature
Philosophy (Public Affairs)
Political Science (Public Policy)
Russian Language and Literature
Spanish and Latin American Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Speech and Hearing Sciences
School of the Arts & Design
Fine Art(B.A. in FIne Arts or B.F.A. in Fine Art)
Fine Art Photography
School of International Affairs
Comparative Political, Economic and Social Systems
To apply for George Washington’s You Are Welcome Here Scholarship, applicants must:
seek first-year international admissions to GW. An international applicant is an individual who holds citizenship in a country outside of the United States and who does not also possess U.S. citizenship or permanent residency.
submit the CSS Profile as part of the GW admissions application.
(The CSS PROFILE is required by many private colleges and universities to determine your eligibility for non-government financial aid, such as the institution’s own grants, loans and scholarships.)
attend (or have graduated from) a secondary school outside of the United States.
demonstrate interest and personal initiative in activities involving intercultural learning and exchange.
Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Creative, Applied Arts and Design, Demography, Economics, History, Human Geography, Humanities, Law Sciences, Literature, Medicine & Health, Philosophy & Ethics, Psychology, Public Health, Social Sciences, Sociology