The Columbia University Scholarship for Displaced Students 2022-2023 is now accepting applications.
The Columbia University Scholarship for Displaced Students (CUSDS) is a program designed to help displaced students pursue higher education at Columbia University, one of the world’s most prestigious universities.
The Scholarship provides financial assistance to displaced students from all over the globe who are unable to finish their higher education.
These students will receive up to full tuition, housing, and living aid while pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees at any of Columbia’s 19 schools and affiliates, demonstrating the university’s entire commitment to tackling the worldwide challenge.
This initiative will contribute up to $6 million in assistance every cohort, for up to 30 students each year, as the first-ever Columbia-wide award and the world’s first scholarship of its sort.
The Scholarship, as well as Columbia’s schools and student clubs, will offer mentoring and assistance.
The scholarship may pay up to full tuition, including the student’s accommodation and living costs, for the number of terms required to finish the corresponding degree, depending on the institution and degree program.
Columbia University Scholarship Requirements
- Open to foreign nationals who:
- Have refugee status and may live anywhere in the planet;
- Have been granted asylum in the United States or have applied for asylum in the United States;
- Are in the United States under Temporary Protected Status (TPS);
- Individuals who have been internally displaced.
- The Scholarship is now open to displaced Afghan students on Humanitarian Parole or Special Immigrant Visas. The scholarship is not open to permanent residents of the United States (green card holders, citizens, etc.).
- The grant is open to students of any age.
Application for Columbia University Scholarship
Applicants must first apply to a Columbia degree program mentioned on the website. Applicants must then complete the scholarship application form after submitting their degree application.
Each institution and program has its own set of admissions criteria and application dates.
Acceptance into an academic program does not guarantee scholarship support (students may be accepted to an academic program but not receive funding through the scholarship).
BEFORE completing the scholarship form, applicants must complete and submit their online Columbia degree application.
The applicant will get an application ID/reference number from their Columbia school’s application system after they have completed their online Columbia degree application.
This Columbia application ID/reference number is required to be supplied in the scholarship application form.
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Deadline: Varies by Program
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