Yes, the US does offer full scholarships for international undergraduate students. While many merit-based scholarships are offered by private organizations and individual universities, there are some large national programs that provide full scholarships to cover tuition, living expenses, or even both. For example, the Fulbright Program offers funding for study and research at U.S. colleges and universities to citizens of any country in the world. This includes all tuition and fees as well as a living stipend for up to one year of study at any accredited institution of higher education in the United States or abroad. In some cases they will also help with travel costs. Additionally, USAID sponsors numerous scholarships each year through university partnerships worldwide such as its Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD). This scholarship covers almost every aspect of an international student’s stay in the US including academic expenses (tuition and textbooks), health insurance coverage, airfare to/from your home country, a monthly stipend for personal use (housing/meals/travel) etc.. There are also several scholarship opportunities specifically designed for foreign students such as BestColleges International Student Scholarship which offers two $2 500 awards per year; The Education Abroad Network Scholarships which provides funds between $500 – $5 000; The Institute of International Education’s Emergency Student Fund which helps cover urgent needs related to unexpected events involving foreign undergraduate students; And finally The Gilman International Scholarship Program from The Bureau Of Educational And Cultural Affairs at the U .S State Department that awards up to 2 000 grants annually worth up to $5 000 each semester plus additional academic enrichment grants ranging from $3 500 -$8 000 per semester depending on length of stay abroad among other financial assistance opportunities out there available mainly through private sponsors and individual institutions so it is important that you do your own research into those options before applying!
Does US offer full scholarships for international undergraduate students?