Every year, around 20 outstanding students are accepted into the Trustee Scholars Program at Boston University. Many of our current Scholars graduated from high school with perfect 4.0 grade point averages and were among the top students in their classes.
About the Scholarship:
Boston University, usually known as BU, is a private non-profit research university with more than 35,000 students from more than 130 countries. It is a private teaching and research institution. The institution, which was founded in 1839, is one of the largest in the city of Boston and the fourth largest in the entire United States. Boston University alumni are among the most employable in the United States and around the world, according to a study published by the Times Higher Education, which ranks the university at the 5th and 6th positions, respectively. Alumnae of Boston University are members of the distinguished Association of American Universities, which is comprised of 62 of North America’s most prestigious research institutions. In addition, Boston University is a member of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education. A few of the popular majors offered by Boston University are Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. Other popular majors include Economics, International Relations, Psychology, Communications, and Business. Culture is a key component at BU, with more than 500 concerts and plays, as well as 50 or more exhibitions, taking place each year. The University of Birmingham offers more than 20 NCAA Division I university sports. Aside from that, it boasts around 500 student clubs ranging from Ski Racing, shows, seminars, and the Juggling Association. Numerous academic and artistic training programs, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center, may be found at the university. Located in the South End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, the medical center’s campus is home to over 1,000 employees. The institution has three campuses and more than 35,000 undergraduate and graduate students on each of those sites. Approximately 3,989 faculty members work at the university. It is comprised of 10 active schools and colleges that offer more than 300 educational programs that include doctorates in medical and dental sciences as well as business and law degrees. To ensure the safety of all students and visitors, the administration maintains a 24-hour, 365-day-a-year Boston University Police Department (BUPD) that works around the clock to maintain a secure and protected environment for all employees, faculty, students, and visitors. A little more than three-quarters of students reside in student accommodation on or near the campus, which is home to 17 schools and colleges as well as 23 libraries and 450 active student organizations. According to U.S. News & World Report, the university is ranked 42nd among national universities for undergraduate programs and 51st among worldwide universities for undergraduate programs. In its more than 330,000 graduates, Boston University has produced prominent alumni in every field, including finance, politics, law, academia, science, business, and technology. The university has also produced significant thinkers and leaders in a wide range of fields. Nobel Laureates, Rhodes Scholars, Marshall Scholars, Sloan Fellows, Pulitzer Prize winners, Academy Award winners, and a slew of Emmy Award winners are among the many distinguished graduates of Boston University. Its graduates include Julianne Moore and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as seven United States senators and eleven current or former governors of US state governments. As a true residential community in the heart of Boston—one of the world’s most diverse and historic cities—and with four years of guaranteed campus housing and 75 percent of undergraduates living on campus all four years, Boston University’s campus feels like a true residential community in the heart of Boston. The University of British Columbia requires first-year students to reside on campus in order to get the most out of their BU experience. Residential options at BU Housing include large and small dormitories, modern high-rises with panoramic city views, 19th-century brownstones, apartment-style suites, and unique living-learning communities, among other options. Sports, Greek life, the performing arts, and community service organizations are among the many activities that Boston University students participate in. Pre-professional societies, cultural or religious organizations, athletics, Greek life, and community service organizations are among the many activities that Boston University students participate in. More than 450 student groups, 24 Division I sports teams, and more than 40 intramural and club sports are represented at Boston University. Organizations such as Alianza Latina, BU Habitat for Humanity, UMOJA: BU Black Student Union, Stage Troupe, the Debate Society, and the Alpine Ski Team are available for you to join. The annual Splash activities fair, which takes place on Nickerson Field in September, brings together student organizations from all over the university, allowing incoming students to sign up for a variety of clubs.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Boston University
Scholarship Country: United States of America
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
- It is possible to get a Trustee Scholarship that covers the cost of full undergraduate tuition plus mandatory undergraduate student fees for up to four years provided specific criteria are met.
- Trustee Scholars at Boston University become members of a distinctive campus community that provides numerous intellectual, cultural, and social opportunities.
Spanish universities are known for their excellent teaching and infrastructure. They have vast campuses with libraries, workshops, labs, sports grounds, and student housing. Undergraduate students in Spain, Brazil, Colombia, and Peru are eligible for these Full Scholarships in Spain, Colombia and Brazil. The Spanish academic system allows students to choose their own training.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
Trustees Scholars have great academic qualifications, but they are also intellectually and creatively daring, demonstrating opinions, experiences, and achievements that are outside the norm. They are, in other words, more than just outstanding students; they are also very well-rounded humans.
The Boston University 2022 Trustee Scholarship for Undergraduate Students is open to all International Students
To be considered for a Trustee Scholarship, you must complete the following steps:
- To be considered for admission to one of the undergraduate degree programs at BU, you must submit the Common or Coalition Application, as well as all required documentation, by December 1.
- To be considered for the Trustee Scholarship, you must submit an essay on the Common or Coalition Application as part of your application to Boston University.
The Boston University 2022 Trustee Scholarship for Undergraduate Students Is December 1, 2022