The Yale Young Global Scholars Program


The Yale Young Global Scholars Program (YYGS) is offering a financial need-based scholarship for a high school student from Mexico to attend YYGS this summer at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. We ask that you please share this opportunity with anyone you think may be interested.

The scholarship will cover tuition, airfare and travel expenses to the program. 

The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is open to students who have one or two years of secondary school remaining, and offers six unique two-week sessions. The program is a rigorous academic experience, featuring lectures from renowned Yale faculty.

Admission to YYGS is competitive. Applications are available online at

To be eligible for the full scholarship, applicants must:

The application deadline is February 11, 2016In order to be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet ALL of the requirements listed above and complete the application, including the financial aid portion, by the deadline. No additional steps required.


The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is an academic enrichment and leadership-training program for talented high school students from around the world, who live and study on the Yale campus during the summer. The program features intensive undergraduate-level coursework and interaction with renowned Yale faculty and practitioners in the fields of history, political science, law, economics, international affairs, public health, and environmental science.

Students may apply to any of the three, two-week summer sessions offered: Politics, Law, and Economics (June 19-July 2) focuses on important ideas and thinkers in the American political and intellectual tradition; International Affairs and Security (July 8-21) explores strategic lessons from history and their application to contemporary international affairs; and Applied Science & Engineering (June 19 – July 2) study and application of physical and computer sciences in addition to engineering; Technology, Innovation & Entrepreneurship (July 26 – August 8) understand how innovations in science or technology become a reality; Biological & Biomedical Science (July 8 – July 21) will focus on study and application of life sciences; Sustainability, Energy, & Environment  (July 26 – August 8) discover how people have influenced the natural world, and what effects those interactions have had on modern-day society.

Last summer, participants represented 92 countries. Countries represented included China, Brazil, Turkey, India, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and Mexico, as well as Myanmar, Tunisia, Kenya, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Poland, Afghanistan, and many more. Participants bring a wide array of perspectives into the classroom, fostering international awareness and further enhancing the stellar academic curriculum.



Johns Hopkins Carey Business School


Any student who applies for admission to a full-time program at the Carey Business School is considered for a merit-based scholarship at the same time. Scholarships range up to full tuition.  Students who want to learn more can contact me at or by telephone at 410-234-9225

To apply for endowed scholarships, please complete the Carey Business School Foundation Scholarship Application and submit along with your essay by July 15, 2015, for the 2015-2016 academic year. All scholarship funds have been exhausted for the 2015-16 year. The 2016-17 form will be available in March 2016.

SIT Graduate Institute



SIT Graduate Institute has recently received approval to offer a new scholarship specifically to Mexican students interested in studying in one of SIT’s education-focused master’s degree programs (International Education or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). There are two scholarships available in the amount of $25,000 each for students with relevant professional experience that plan beginning their studies at SIT in 2016.

This web page explains more about the new scholarship opportunity:

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies now

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies now invites fellowship applications for the 2016 – 2017 academic year. Since 1979, we have remained one of the leading residential fellowship programs in the United States for research on Mexico and U.S.-Mexico relations.

Visiting fellows are expected to be Ph.D. candidates who are “all but dissertation” (ABD) and have completed a substantial portion of their dissertations. University of California graduate students are encouraged to apply as well, and priority will be given to proposals that are relevant to public policy.

Additionally, they have a limited amount of funding for faculty researchers to be in residence during their sabbatical. These candidates are encouraged to apply via the online application.

Complete details and the application process can be found on our Fellows Program webpage. The Center asks that applicants submit a one page letter of intent describing the work you plan to complete while in residence. Letters are to be submitted to



The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law offers the Moritz LL.M. Scholarship to outstanding LL.M. applicants who will contribute to the intellectual diversity and strength of the LL.M. program. All applicants, regardless of citizenship, or country where their LL.B. was earned, are eligible for this scholarship.  This scholarship awards outstanding applicants up to $10,000.

Moritz College of Law also offers the Jones Day Scholarship for applicants from the People’s Republic of China. The scholarship offers a 50% tuition waiver and seeks to support students who show promise through a record of community service, academic or professional achievement, leadership and/or overcoming hardship.

Additionally, lawyers who have obtained their LL.B. degree in law from Central or South America will be automatically considered. The Scholarship for the Americas is merit-based and offers two (2) 40% tuition waivers per year. 

Regional scholarships are also awarded to students from the Americas, Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia. Each of these regional scholarships are for $15,000. Some of the scholarships offered by partners include COLFUTURO Grants (50% tuition waivers for winners from Colombia) and Fulbright Grants (partial tuition waivers). Muskie Grants are also partial tuition waivers for students from select countries.

All applications completed and received by February 1 will receive priority consideration for scholarship awards. There is no separate scholarship essay required. All applicants will be automatically considered for all applicable scholarships. Applications received between February 1 and March 15 will be considered if funding allows.

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The International Student Scholarship is available for all incoming international students.

Scholarships are awarded based on a student’s academic achievements. In the university application essays, we encourage students to share information about their academic history, highlight academic awards and achievements, and discuss leadership and involvement in activities outside of the classroom. Scholarship awards range from $3,000 – $5,000 per year and will be renewed annually as long as students maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75.

There is no separate application to submit – scholarship recipients are notified of their awards when they are admitted to the university. Students must have an application to the university on file by the following deadlines in order to be eligible for the scholarship:

  • November 1 for the spring semester
  • June 1 for the fall semester

If you have any questions about the scholarship, please do not hesitate to contact the International Admissions Advisor.

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The Rowe Fund is an educational loan program of the Organization of American States (OAS) that helps citizens from Latin America and Caribbean OAS Member States finance their studies or research in accredited universities across the United States by awarding interest-free loans of up to US $ 15,000 dollars.

By financing a portion of their studies in the US, the Rowe Fund helps students complete their education while at the same time fostering cultural diversity, friendship, and communication among the people of the Americas. Rowe Fund loans include:

  • Deferred repayment while in school
  • No application or processing fees
  • Applications are accepted and reviewed year-round and at any time during the studies in the U.S.
  • Funding is sent directly to the student after approval
  • Easy access to Loan Application Forms and instructions

For more information, please see the Frequently Asked Questions for Prospective Applicants.

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The Organization of American States (OAS) and Colorado State University (CSU) are offering scholarships to qualified candidates of the Americas to participate in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise (GSSE) MBA at CSU. The scholarship will cover $50,000 of the tuition and fees. Additionally, CSU will waive the admission’s application fee and

the GRE or GMAT fee for candidates applying to the program.

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All international students at Central Methodist University are qualified to receive two types of scholarships: academic and participatory. Academic scholarships are based on the cumulative grade point average, while participatory scholarships are awarded based on athletic, music, dance or performance ability.

Incoming Freshmen Students: For both domestic and international students: academic scholarships vary from $4,000 to $12,000 and are based on cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT scores.

Transfer Students: For both domestic and international students: academic scholarships are based on the number of transfer hours and the student’s cumulative GPA.

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