Princeton University offers several Masters scholarships to international students. Here are some examples:
- The Bridge Year Program: This scholarship provides a full year of funded cultural immersion and community service work for selected international students between high school and college.
- The Davis International Center Scholarships: These scholarships provide partial to full tuition fees to international students pursuing Masters degrees in any field of study.
- The Sachs Scholarship: This scholarship provides full tuition, fees, and a stipend to exceptional international students pursuing Masters degrees in public policy or international relations.
- The Knight-Hennessy Scholarship: This scholarship provides full tuition, fees, and a living stipend to exceptional international students pursuing Masters degrees in any field of study.
To apply for these scholarships, international students must first apply for admission to their desired program at Princeton University. They can then check the individual scholarship requirements and deadlines on the University’s website and submit their application accordingly. It is important to note that some scholarships may require additional application materials, such as essays or letters of recommendation.