It can be a very exciting and rewarding experience to study abroad. You have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture, learn about a different way of life, and meet people from all over the world.
It can also be a bit intimidating and overwhelming at times, as you are in a new place with new customs and may be away from your friends and family. Overall, studying abroad can be a great opportunity to challenge yourself and grow personally and academically.
Opportunities are available for undocumented students and students with DACA and TPS status. If you have applied or are interested in other universities. You must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be eligible for this award.
Students who want to focus on computer science, technology, data science, mathematics, or related fields are particularly preferred.
You will receive funding for a four-year degree from partner schools beginning in the fall 2023 semester.
Who is eligible for this offer?
To be eligible to apply for the Golden Doors Scholarships, applicants must meet the following requirements;
- have DACA, TPS, or meet immigrant eligibility criteria
- have a high GPA
- Attend advanced or challenging high school classes
- Strive to help others succeed
- Has held leadership positions or is involved in the community.
- Actively promote a variety of scholarships.
Applicants must have DACA, TPS, or a certificate showing they meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Came to the US before the age of 16
- you have lived in the United States continuously since November 1, 2014, until today, and have no legal status
- Are you currently in high school or have completed a United States high school or received a General Education Development (GED) certificate from a United States program
- You have not been convicted of a felony, felony, or any of the three or more crimes in the categories you disqualified from DACA and you do not endanger national security or public safety
Level/field of study
This scholarship is available to students who are in high school, high school graduates, currently enrolled college students, and transfer students who wish to focus on computer science, technology, data science, mathematics, or related fields.
This award will take place in the United States. You can check other scholarships in the United States
This award is only available to international students who are citizens or residents of the United States.
Golden Door Scholars accepts applications from all over the country. However, students from countries teaching DACA-recognized students or out-of-state undocumented students have high priority.
Other International Scholarships are available to international students who wish to study abroad in any country.
You can also check our scholarship by country category for more scholarship updates. A must-read if you want to win this award: Important tips to win a scholarship
Recipients attending Golden Door Scholars partner colleges and universities will receive a full four-year scholarship, which involves paying 100% tuition.
Golden Door Scholars also have access to mentoring, internship and job search assistance, and other career growth opportunities.
How to Apply for Golden Doors Scholarships 2023
Applications for the 2023 Golden Doors Scholarships must be made on the program’s application portal.
Golden Doors Scholarship Application Deadline
The deadline for this award application is September 30, annually. (Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted, please apply before the closing date to ensure your application is considered.)
You can access more information about the Golden Door Scholarships by clicking on the Organization’s portal
Golden Door Scholarship: Frequently Asked Questions
100% tuition payment for all successful recipients
Currently, the number of participants for these scholarships is not specified. However, it is advisable that participants apply early enough for their application to be considered.
While most of our students attend Golden Door partner schools, we support students from other accredited four-year institutions on a case-by-case basis. We are also always developing relationships with new partner schools.
No. Recent high school graduates currently enrolled college students, and transfer students may also apply. However, we do not support funds for graduate degrees.