United States: Stanford University Scholarships For International Students, 2019.

Institution/University: Stanford University

Country Of Study: United States

Field Of Study: Undergraduate

Application Deadline:1 November

Applications are currently ongoing at the Stanford University for her different scholarship opportunities for international students.

The Stanford University is located in the in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley between San Francisco and San Jose. It is one of the world’s leading teaching and research universities and that is why Stanford University Scholarships are available to assist those without a strong financial backbone.

Since the commencement of this university in 1891, it has been dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and also preparing students for leadership in a complex world.

Scholarship Type

The scholarship is for international students who wish to obtain an undergraduate, masters degree, MBA, Fellowship and postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University.

Field of study:

This scholarship cuts across every field of study.

Types of Scholarships:

The Stanford University scholarship is available primarily to assist students in meeting their educational costs. Most of their funds comes from individuals and corporations gift. All university scholarship funds are awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by information provided on the CSS Profile.


Stanford Law School Scholarships

Summer Funding: All Stanford law students who qualify for financial assistance are guaranteed to receive a summer stipend if they work at a government agency or non-profit in a law-related endeavor designed to further the public interest.

$5,000 grants are available to first year students and  $7,500 grants are available to second year students doing a second summer in public interest law.

Undergraduate Students –

At Stanford, there are many opportunities for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree among the diverse courses in the university.

Graduate Students

Opportunities are invited to students pursuing their Masters Degree Programme at The University.


Below are the awards presented each spring at the law school’s annual Public Interest Celebration.

Lisa M. Schnitzer Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship with a value of $3,000 is awarded to a female first-year student who has demonstrated a strong commitment to helping the disadvantaged, work for non-profit organizations, and meets the criteria of the office of financial need.

The Deborah L. Rhode Public Interest Award: This is awarded to a graduating student (or a team of graduating students) who has demonstrated outstanding non-academic public service during Law School.

Justice John Paul Stevens Fellowships: These are to support four Stanford Law School students committed to public service.

-Loan Repayment Assistance Programme: This offer is for graduates who pursue public interest or government service careers. It was the first law school in 1987 to launch this program.

Stanford Department Of Music Scholarships

Friends of Music Applied Music Scholarship Program: This scholarship program has provided means for Stanford students to continue to study applied music.

Below are the scholarship options by the Stanford department of music:

Annual Scholarship (autumn only):

This is a full scholarship open to all students Students. It is for Music majors and minors, and a partial scholarship for non-majors. In this scholarship, students will be paired with an active donor for all three quarters so as to provide continuity for scholarship donors, and further networking opportunities for students.

Arts Marketing Scholarship:

This scholarship is available for major and minors of music and it is open to every student.

Departmental Scholarship: 

This is awarded based on the involvement in the music department through ensembles, volunteer work and high level of achievement in individual instrument areas.

This scholarship is available for major and minors of music and it is open to every student.

Engineers in the Arts Scholarship: 

This scholarship is aimed at encouraging engineering students to continue their music studies while at Stanford.

Marching Band Scholarship: 

This scholarship is meant for students to extend their musical abilities.

Host Nationality

United States

Eligible Nationality

International students, especially from developing countries.


  • All applicants must have been admitted to any discipline in the University.
  • All applicants must meet the required criteria for a particular Institution.
  • All applicants who are not from the English speaking country must submit the TOEFL result.

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