The application period for the 2023 Stamps Scholars Program for international students planning to study in the USA is currently open.
The Stamps Scholars Program offers its applicants four years of annual awards ranging up to $75,000 each to cover all of their living, housing, and tuition expenditures. Selected scholars are also given additional funding for enrichment activities including academic conferences, study abroad, and leadership development.
About the Sponsors
E. Roe Stamps and his late wife Penny established the Stamps Scholars Program in 2006 with the aim of providing exceptional students with educational opportunities. Through collaborations with organizations across the country (and into the U.K.).
Please get in touch with one (or more) of our partner schools directly if you’re interested in being considered for a Stamps Scholarship. The partner schools, not the Foundation, are the ones that give out the scholarships.
Level/Field of Study
This scholarship is an international scholarship. It is not only open to American students, this scholarship is open to all students from all stations all over the world.
Several colleges are involved in this scholarship. However, all colleges involved in this scholarship are colleges in America.
Criteria for Stamps Scholars Program
- Apply to the participating university before the deadline
- Have an offer of admission from the university applied to
- Have outstanding application documents and records
- Meet the English Language requirements
- Meet the requirements of the participating university
Required Supporting Documents to Apply for Stamps Scholars Program
Candidates must be prepared to submit the following paperwork in order to apply:
- Application fees (If applicable)
- Application Form
- English Language Certificate (If applicable)
- High School Transcripts
- Personal Statement
- Recommendation Letters
Deadline for the Stamps Scholars Program
Different universities are involved in this scholarship. The scholarship deadline varies by university. Click on this link to get details about your desired school.
Application Process for the Stamps Scholars Program
Please get in touch with one (or more) of the partner schools directly if you want to be considered for a Stamps Scholarship.
The partner schools, not the Foundation, are the ones that give out the scholarships.
The terms of scholarships also differ, so please check with the colleges or universities you are interested in for further information on how to apply and what the advantages of the award are there. Click here to apply for the scholarship
Annual prizes for scholars vary from $5,400 to $75,000 (typical four-year awards total between $21,600 and $300,000), with additional funding available for enrichment opportunities including study abroad, academic conferences, and leadership development.
The whole cost of tuition, access to research, travel, or project stipend, as well as guidance and assistance from the University Fellowship office, are all included in the Stamps Scholars Program award.
It is a very distinguished program that is open to qualified overseas students. Full tuition expenses, on-campus housing, a meal plan, university health insurance, textbooks, a laptop allowance, and access to a $12,000 enrichment fund are just a few of the incredible benefits offered by the program.
The enormous contributions that Stamps Scholars make to their schools are well-known. 30 Stamps Scholars have received renowned academic honors from across the nation to support their undergraduate and graduate studies.
More than 40 universities around the nation offer the Stamps Scholarships. They are merit-based, competitively awarded scholarships that provide funding for several years as well as extra money for enrichment activities like study abroad, research internships, and academic conferences.
Today, it is a community and scholarship program of international renown that supports exceptional students in becoming significant leaders in society. About 250 recipients of the Stamps Scholarship each year add to our community’s diversity and talent.
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