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Study in USA: US Embassy Scholarship for Developing Nations (Application Guide)

US Embassy Scholarship for Developing Nations: Studying in the USA can be much more easier if you get the opportunity of government funding. Government funding in most cases will usually offer a complete cost covering for studying any programs of your choice. This post guides you to the US Embassy scholarship programs

US Embassy Scholarship Overview:

scholarship positions have recently been approved by the US Government for students of Developing nations in a bit to increase literacy level and help the development of these nations. The the scholarship program is aimed at giving 100% financial aid for every single beneficiary at both undergrad and postgraduate level of training who have interest to study in the United States but lack the funding capability.

Studying in USA, Remarks

For a few years now, the United States Embassy, US endeavours to see high performing students, qualified and generally motivated, yet fiscally incapacitated students from developing nations to join the Education in USA.

The US Embassy will work enthusiastically through their pros with understudies now and again orchestrated social affair and courses to help them all through the application procedure to get authentication and respects to go to schools and universities in the United States. The cost for application process is kept up, including decision charges for required systematized examinations and gives free affirmation to the U.S. Course.

US Embassy Scholarship | ELIGIBILITY

These scholarships are generally offered to candidates from the developing nations lacking the finance to further their education or candidates with outstanding academic performances.

  • Criteria for Selection: Candidates with offer of admission (candidates can apply for admission in any US universities) are chosen for scholarships based on criteria set out by the scholarship committee.
  • English Language Requirement: English language requirement will be dependent on whether you are present a test certification or you are from an English speaking country. Whichever will get a waiver. Also, the institution you are applying for admission plays a significant role in deciding the requirements.
  • Eligible Countries: Students from African and the Middle East (developing nations so to speak). Specific countries are: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Uganda, South Africa, Nigeria, Botswana, Malawi, Mali, Cameroon, Algeria, Angola, African Republic, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Comoros, Cote d’Ivoire, Congo(Republic), Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, , Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Togo, Tunisia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, , Swaziland, Tanzania, Central Chad, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of Guinea, Gabon, Mauritania, Niger, North Sudan, South Sudan and the Middle East.

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Scholarship Benefits

Benefits associated with the US Embassy Scholarship usually will include, aside tuition fees cover;

  • An upkeep settlement ($14,900 to cover significant lots (2018-19 rate)
  • One economy single airfare at both the start and end of the course
  • Inbound visa costs and the cost of the Immigration Health Surcharge
  • Sharp financing headway – from $500 to $2,000, which would depend upon the length of your course.
  • Family settlement – up to $10,120 for a first youth and up to $4,320 for a second immature. There are no related extra support.

Please note that these are not the current official rates!

Application Procedures 

How-to-Apply: To apply for the US Embassy Scholarship for Developing Nations, interested applicants should generally follow these steps;

Step1: Search for Scholarship

Use the associated link given (if any) in the post and proceed to application page for current and detailed application guide. We recommend you visit the official US Embassy scholarship information page for details on available scholarships and programs; including requirements for applicants.

Step2: Prepare Application Documents

Make ready all supporting documents including all past educational qualifications and academic transcripts (for the postgraduate students) for easy submission as will be required

Step3: Fill Application Form

Fill in your information in the application provided and exchange your reports as required.

Please Note:

  • You can also download the application form, fill and submit with your supporting credentials at embassy in your country (this depends on the approach adopted by the US embassy/consulate in your country).
  • The embassy does not charge any fees to apply for scholarships
  • You will have to apply to an institution in the USA for a study degree as part of the application process.

Official US Embassy Scholarship Page

See Also: Grant Programs for International Students in USA [Other Opportunities]

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29 COMMENTS

  1. Hi i clicked the link and it is taking me to a page written exchange programs please help what do i do please i need help urgent

  2. Much thanks to all the American Embassies in African countries and all the American people who are offering these opportunities to African students and may God bless America and all the Americans.

  3. Since I was kid, my mother tought me that, some times, is necessary to give till what we do not have, to gain what we cannot lose, with this I am trying to say that, if you give this opportunity to live my dream i will do my best

  4. On the first step under how-to-apply the article mentions a link which I’m not finding, can anyone please assist. I haven’t been able to reach the application stage yet.
    Thank you.

  5. “Everyone needs a house to live in, but a supportive family is what builds a home.” “US embassy is not the shadow that mimics us, but the one who casts all shadows away.” “Don’t give up when dark times come. Thank you US. But I’m stuck, is it possible that I can apply now so that I shall catch my studies by fall 2022!? Thanks!🙏

    • Johnson, I the US Embassy will understand this your proverb and like you for it. Yes, the earlier you start the application the better.

  6. Sir…!! Is there any opportunity for Pakistani people for scholarship in USA…??? I want to be PhD chemistry from USA.

    Actually I have started my BS Chemistry after a long term gap of 9 years, due to the death of my father.

    I want to save my future and I think only USA can save my future.

  7. Hello chika
    I’ve been searching for the application link myself. How can I apply please?
    Can you share the link if you still have it🙏

  8. Thank you very much American Embassy for these benevolent scholarships. However, some of us are looking for scholarships that can enable us pursue studies in various areas of study with USA universities alright, except via online platform. In my case I am looking for just $5000 to do an online MBA at University of the People but I can’t see anyone interested in sponsoring online programs. This is an issue for those of us that; for one reason or another; cannot physically leave their countries to do studies elsewhere. I hope the Embassy will consider extending its scholarship program to include this category of applicants as well.

  9. i saw this scholarship on a site I searched on google I had to come here to be sure so that I can apply for the scholarship thanks for sharing this wonderful information

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