This is to notify interested candidates that Duke University, USA is offering the A.B. Duke Scholarship Program to High Achieving International applicants who are seeking to pursue a degree program at the Institution.
The Angier B. Duke Scholars Program is located within the Office of University Scholars and Fellows (OUSF) at Duke. OUSF Staff provide full support for the A. B. Duke Scholars Program through services such as student advising, mentorship, and event planning.
This Scholarship Program provides more than a merit-based financial award. It offers support for the intellectually adventurous and curious.
- When applying to Duke University, it’s important to note the application deadline is January 3, and the early decision deadline is November 1.
- For FAFSA: early decision deadline is November 15, and the regular period is February 1.
Eligible Countries: International
Number of Awards: Varies
Eligibility: To be considered for institutional aid, applicants
- must submit the CSS Profile and the FAFSA by February 1.
- SAT and ACT score required.
- To obtain an F-1 visa for study in the United States, a foreign citizen must furnish his or her home country’s U.S. consulate with proof of ability to meet educational expenses, along with a certificate of eligibility for a visa application (the I-20 form).
- have excellent grades from previous educational program
- must be fluent in English Language
Application Process: All applicants who apply and are accepted for undergraduate admission to Duke University are automatically considered for this award as well as other merit grants.
Applicants are required to submit a CV, a copy of visa, SAT or ACT result, and English proficiency result.
Duke accepts the Duolingo English Test, the IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System), the PTE Academic (Pearson Test of English), and the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).