Increase your academic horizons by attending the University of Oregon. Check out the General University Scholarships program if you need assistance with your expenditures while studying in the United States or are experiencing financial difficulty.
The General University Scholarships program is available to all local and foreign students who wish to pursue undergraduate or graduate studies in the United States. The scholarship will award to those students who attain the highest level of college accomplishment.
The University of Oregon was establish in 1876. It is a public research institution in Oregon, United States. The University of Oregon offers 316 undergraduate and graduate degree programs throughout its nine colleges and institutions.
The University of Oregon campus is humming with activity. With more than 300 student organizations, students can interact with Ducks from all around the world to pursue their interests. Additionally, university support services for overseas students will assist them in settling into their new environments.
Last date of this scholarship is January 15, 2023
University of Oregon
Undergraduate and Graduate
Awards vary from $1000 to $3600 for one year according to the degree program. Students can reapply each year.
- National and International students can apply for this scholarship.
- The funding offer will be awarded for undergraduate and graduate courses in any subject offered by the university.
- To be eligible, the applicants must apply for full-time undergraduate and graduate degree courses at the university.
The mode of application is online.
- Incoming freshmen are automatically considered for the General University Scholarships by completing the undergraduate admission application. No separate General University application is required for incoming freshmen.
- New post-baccalaureate applicants, new graduate applicants, and new law applicants must apply for admission to the University of Oregon by February 15. Submit the online General University application
- Send official transcripts from all high schools and universities attended, as well as a bank statement, certificate of deposit, or scholarship letter equal to the cost of one academic year.
- When you apply to UO, you must submit your official transcripts by March 1.
- Incoming Law applicants will submit their transcripts when applying for admission via the Law School Admission Council.
- Incoming Graduate applicants will submit their transcripts to the Office of the Registrar.
- Incoming Post-Baccalaureate applicants will submit their transcripts to the Office of Admissions.
- All applicants have to meet the relevant entry requirements for admission to their preferred program. Admission requirements for international students vary for each nation. ACT and SAT scores are optional.
- All students need to demonstrate English language proficiency.
- To prove your English proficiency, provide official exam results from the TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo English Test, SAT, or ACT. Applicants from China and other nearby countries are encouraged to interview with InitialView.