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One International Presidential Scholarship of 50% of the cost of tuition (valued up to $49,0161) will be awarded to one eligible International student applicant per quarterly term. Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation from either a professional or academic source citing the student’s abilities to succeed in his or her chosen field, an essay demonstrating commitment to the field of study, CV and official transcripts. A Skype interview is required. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative U.S. Equivalency GPA of 3.6 or above in the most recent academic level*.
Details and Application
The International Dean’s Scholarship of 35% of the cost of tuition (valued up to $34,3111 ) will be awarded to one eligible International student applicant per quarterly term for each School of Business, Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management. Applicants must submit two letters of recommendation from either a professional or academic source citing the student’s abilities to succeed in their chosen field, an essay demonstrating commitment to the field of study, CV and official transcripts. A Skype interview is required. Applicants must have a cumulative U.S. Equivalency GPA of 3.25 or above in the most recent academic level*.
Details and Application
Kendall International Achievement Scholarship is available to eligible International student applicants per quarterly term. Applicants must be a first time freshman with no previous college or university course work. The international student applicant is eligible to receive an award of 25% of the cost of tuition (valued up to $24,5081). Applicants must have a minimum cumulative U.S. Equivalency GPA of 2.75 or above in the most recent academic level*.
The IB Diploma Award of 20% of the cost of the tuition (valued up to $19,6061) will be awarded to eligible international student applicants per quarterly term. International student applicants that have successfully obtain an IB Diploma with a score of 30 or above are eligible to receive this award.
The English Pathway Scholarship is available to participants of the Laureate English Program at Kendall College who subsequently elect to pursue a degree at Kendall. The value of the scholarship is based upon the number of quarters that the student elects to attend the Laureate English Program. Any student who attends for three or more quarters will be eligible for $5,000. Students who attend for two quarters will be eligible for $3,000 and students who attend for one quarter will be eligible for $1,500 in scholarship. The scholarship will be evenly applied to the tuition charges for the student’s first three quarters of enrollment.
The Kendall College Trust is dedicated to providing financial support for students of need enrolled in career programs at Kendall College. Scholarships are available for students in career programs who have completed their first year of study. For more information please visit kendallfoundation.org.
The Kendall College Trust is a 501(c)(3) not-for profit corporation and all donations to the Trust are tax deductible.
Any first-time enrolled international student applicant who has earned at least 12 completed semester hours or 18 completed quarter hours from an accredited post-secondary institution (does not include developmental courses) with a minimum cumulative U.S Equivalency GPA of 2.50 or above is eligible to receive an award of 20% of the cost of tuition (valued up to $19,6061) towards degree completion in Kendall’s School of Business, Culinary Arts or Hospitality Management. Applicants must submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended.
As part of the Laureate International Universities network, Kendall College welcomes graduates and their immediate family members from our fellow institutions† who want to earn their next degree. Proof of graduation from a GPS Institution or current full or part-time Kendall status is required (transcript or confirmation of graduation status through the Office of the Registrar) and this attestation form. The student can receive a 15% tuition reduction** on the lifetime of their program, as long as the student maintains good academic standing, and if the student or immediate family member is a graduate of one of these Laureate universities:
Valid for immediate family members of current Kendall College students.
* NOTE: Please be advised that the Kendall College International Scholarships and Awards are generally available for first-time enrolled international students only and may not be combined with need-based institutional awards, or any other tuition reduction. To be eligible for any of the Kendall College International Scholarships and Awards, the applicant must meet all of Kendall College’s then-existing admission criteria for International students. If selected, the student must maintain eligibility, good academic standing and adhere to the Kendall College Standards of Conduct for the duration of the award. For more information about Kendall College’s International Student Admission Criteria and/or the Standards of Conduct, please refer to Kendall College’s Student Handbook and Academic Catalog which is posted on our website.
1Subject to change, based on the School of Culinary Arts Tuition Rates: International www.kendall.edu/admissions/tuition-fees
**Not valid for Tennessee residents.