Cornell University Scholarship For International Students 2024

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Job Detail

  • Job ID 13646
  • Offered Salary 1000
  • Opportunity Type Fully Funded
  • Job Type Private sectors
  • Opportunity Level Master Degree
  • Gender Male Female
  • Professions HealthScienceHuman Resources
  • Duration 3 Years4 Years
  • Qualification CertificateDiploma Associate
  • Language Requirement TOEFL IELTSEnglish
  • Application Type Online

Job Description

About University

Cornell University was founded in 1865. In line with the dominant mindset of the period, the goal was to create a school where any student could find whatever topic he chose to study. Even though it is a private Ivy League university, it collaborates with the State University of New York to carry out outreach to the general population.

Students can use the Cornell University Scholarship for International Students 2024 to apply for need-based financial assistance. Undergraduate work is eligible for a scholarship. This scholarship provides need-based financing to approved international students who have demonstrated a need for and sought out financial assistance. Cornell University offers scholarships for bachelor’s degrees to those who apply for financial aid and demonstrate their need for financial assistance.


  • Opportunity type: Fully Funded
  • Opportunity: Scholarship
  • Scholarship Level: Master’s degree
  • University: Cornell University
  • Location: United State
  • Availability: International
  • Application type: Online
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Deadline: Early Decision: November 15, 2023; Regular Decision: February 15, 2024; Transfer: March 15, 2024

Key dates

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens
  • Last applicable SAT & ACT testing date (optional)
  • The Common Application and Cornell Writing Supplement
  • $80 Application Fee or Fee Waiver
  • Portfolio (Architecture, Art, and Landscape Architecture applicants)
  • Design Supplement (Design & Environmental Analysis and Fashion Design and Management applicants)

Note: Financial aid application materials are due for U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens

Field of Study

  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Planning
  • Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Arts and Sciences
  • Hotel Administration
  • Applied Economics and Management
  • Engineering
  • Human Ecology
  • Industrial and Labor Relations


If you do not hold US citizenship or an approved permanent resident status (green card), you will be considered an international student. It is also worth noting that students who have pending permanent resident status are considered international students. However, if your pending status is approved during the application process, please notify us so that we can update your status. On the other hand, undocumented students, whether with or without DACA status, are regarded as domestic students for admissions and financial aid purposes.

Cornell reads applications based on where you currently attend school rather than by your citizenship status; we will read your application with others from your school and those from the same state (U.S.) or country.


All financial aid awarded by Cornell is based on financial need. We do not offer merit-, athletic-, or talent-based aid to students.

Cornell University considers the financial ability of international applicants while evaluating their admission applications. It is important to note that if an applicant expects to need financial assistance during their undergraduate course at Cornell, they must apply for financial aid when they apply for admission. International applicants who did not apply for financial aid during the admission process will not be eligible to apply for financial assistance during their undergraduate course at Cornell.

English Language Proficiency

For students to excel in their academic pursuits at Cornell, they must have excellent command over the English language. If English is not your first language or if you have not completed your high school education in a country where English is an official language, you might be asked to provide the results of one of the English language proficiency tests listed below. We accept various qualifications and exams from across the globe to fulfill the English language proficiency requirement.

The submissions and examinations that meet this requirement include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • TOEFL iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test)
  • iTEP (International Test of English Proficiency)
  • TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition
  • IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System)
  • Duolingo English Test
  • PTE Academic (Pearsons Test of English Academic)
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency (Cambridge English: Advanced or Proficiency)
  • Initial View (IV) Assessment
  • Vericant Assessment

Minimum score requirements for admissions consideration and to be most competitive in our review process:

  • 100 and above on the TOEFL iBT and TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition
  • 5.5 and above on the iTEP
  • 120 and above on the Duolingo English Test
  • 7.5 and above on the IELTS Academic
  • 70 and above on the PTE Academic
  • 191 and above on the Cambridge English Scale
  • Note: We have set minimum score requirements for some assessments and proxies. These minimum qualifications are listed above. If there is no minimum score listed for a specific English Language Proficiency assessment or proxy, it means that there is no minimum qualification requirement. However, the assessment and proxy results will still be taken into account during the admissions application review.
How do I know if I need to take an English language proficiency examination?

You do not need to take an English proficiency examination if:

  • You are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and/or English is your native language.
  • In order to be eligible, you must have achieved a score of 650 or higher on the SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing test or a score of 30 or higher on both the ACT Reading and English sections. Please note that you are also required to submit our English Language Proficiency Form, which will be available in your application portal once you become an applicant.
  • If you have completed your secondary education or pursued higher education for the past four years in a high school, college, or university located in the United States or any other country where English is an official language, you are eligible to apply. Please note that you will need to submit our English Language Proficiency Form, which will be available on your application portal once you apply.
  • You do need to take an English language proficiency examination if you do not meet any of the criteria above.

Field of Study

  • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Human Ecology
  • Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy
  • Cornell, SC Johnson College of Business
    • Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration
    • Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
  • School of Industrial and Labor Relations

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