AUPP Scholarships – Subject to Change
Students who achieve grade A from the National High School Exam receive 4,500 USD scholarship, and pay 4,500 USD each academic year for the entire four-year Bachelor degree program including the English preparatory program. Students who enroll in a dual degree program may be subject to additional fees.
Students who achieve grade B from the National High School Exam receive 3,000 USD scholarship, and pay 6,000 USD each academic year for the entire four-year Bachelor degree program including the English preparatory program. Students who enroll in a dual degree program may be subject to additional fees.
Students enrolling in B.A. in English are not eligible for scholarships, but they will receive a 5,000 USD in financial aid.
Students with outstanding academic records from international schools are eligible for scholarship considerations on a case by case basis.
Students retain their scholarship for the entire course of study at AUPP in the Fall, Spring or Summer semester, including for the English Preparatory Program. The student must maintain a grade point average equivalent to a B grade (GPA of 3.00 or higher) each semester. With the exception of the Summer Semester, students on scholarship are normally required to take a full load of not less than 15 credits. Scholarship students whose grade point average falls below 3.00 in any one semester will be placed on warning for termination of the scholarship. A student will need to achieve a grade point average of at least 3.00 the following semester and have a cumulative GPA sufficient to make an overall 3.00 or higher to retain the scholarship. The Board of Trustees has the authority to make exceptions in extenuating circumstances.
Scholarship awards may not be transferred, deferred or encashed.
Fill out the online AUPP Application for Admission