Benedictine University International Scholarships, USA, 2024/2025

Benedictine University is dedicated to assisting students in creating a meaningful and fulfilling life experience as engaged global leaders and citizens committed to the preservation of the environment, the inclusion of people from diverse backgrounds and religions, and the advancement of human interest and the common good. The university places a strong emphasis on providing a meaningful and empowering learning environment.

The mission of Benedictine University is to provide students with an inclusive, life-changing education based on Benedictine principles. This education aims to help students become committed, involved citizens who take responsibility for the world, tolerating people of different religious and cultural backgrounds, and to advance public knowledge.

The Daniel L. Goodwin School of Business, the School of Education and Health Services, the Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Humanities at Benedictine University offer a wide range of specializations. Thirty-four graduate certificates, nineteen graduate programs, and four scholar programs are offered jointly by the university.

Scholarship Description

Benedictine University in the United States is offering international undergraduate scholarships in every discipline.

  • Host University: Benedictine University
  • Host Country: USA
  • Study Level: Undergraduate
  • Scholarship Type: Partial Funding
  • Scholarship Worth: Check the details below
  • Courses: All Courses
  • Nationality: International Students
  • Application Deadline: February 1st, 2024

Scholarship Benefits

The following ranges of GPA: 2.50–2.79 or 19–20 ACT/ 980- 1050 SAT: 6,000$; 2.80–3.19 or 21–24 ACT/1060–1190 SAT: 7,000$; 3.20–3.59 GPA or 25–28 ACT/ 1200- 1340 SAT: 11,000$; 3.60–3.99 GPA or 29–32 ACT/ 1350–1480: 16,000$; 4.00+ GPA or 33+ ACT/ 1490+SAT: 17,000$.

Eligibility Criteria

Selected candidates must meet one of two requirements in order to be eligible

  • A minimum GPA of 2.50 or an ACT score of 19–20 or a SAT score of 980–1050.

Application Procedure

Please be aware that Benedictine University requires applications to be submitted via the Common Application Portal. All candidates with undergraduate degrees will be taken into consideration.

Required Documents

The university requires the submission of the following documents

  • An approved official academic document from all high schools that were completed
  • An assessment of credits achieved abroad by Educational Credential Evaluators, Educational Perspectives, or World Education Services
  • A statement from the student’s personal representative
  • A letter of recommendation from the student’s high school Counselor.

Admission Criteria

The minimum requirements for admission includes the following:

  • A composite SAT score of 1060, a composite ACT score of 21, or a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.

Language Requirements

Students must submit their results from the following English competency tests: IELTS: 6.5 and TOEFL IBT: 79.

Official Website

For more information, visit the University official website:

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