Ohio State University Scholarship

Formerly known as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. Ohio State University was founded in 1870 and it is situated in Columbus, Ohio. This University is a public research institute with over 200+ undergraduates studying different courses.

OSU as it is popularly known has many ways to make learning easy and flexible such as its personalized study program whereby students can choose the subjects they want to study. They are also known as one of the best when it comes to sport such as football and basketball.

Ohio State University is known for its high research programs and has received up to $55.5 million grants from the federal government to find its research on pediatric therapeutics and neurological disorders.

With over 29 schools and colleges and over 200+ majors available for students to choose from, the Ohio State University has five regional campuses operating in Ohio which are: Mansfield Campus, Marion Campus, Lima Campus, Wooster Campus.

With how popular and prestigious Ohio State University is, the number of international students flocking into the institution from around the world has increased. According to the school statistics, the number of international students is about 6,500 there by taking up 10% of the total number of students studying in the Ohio State University.

Just like Yale University, the Ohio State University also has the office of International Affairs to aid and give support to international students in OSU thereby providing assistance to all kinds of problems or issues they might face during their program period.

They provide guidance such as, Visa application, documentation, school related issues etc. They also make available numerous groups and clubs to help the foreign students relax and wjoy their program study.

The Ohio State University position in public university ranking is in the top 20th position and also the 53rd overall best university in the US. according to the US News  World university ranking and the estimated acceptance rate of the Ohio State University is said to be 53%.

Admission Requirements For International Students In Ohio State University

  • 3.0 GPA for undergraduate applicants
  • 4 year undergraduate degree for graduate applicants
  • Undergraduate applicants must take the ACT and SAT test
  • A proof of financial support to ensure that applicants are financially  fit to attend and meet up with monetary demands of this prestigious university.
  • A proof of  English Language proficiency.
  • TOEFL and IELTS exam score (might vary depending on the program chosen by applicants)
  • After being accepted, applicants are required to take the ESL Composition Placement Test

The Ohio State University Scholarship Details

Host Country: USA

Institution: The Ohio State University

Program Level: Undergraduate, Masters, Ph.D

Duration: According to the program the applicant chose.

Deadline: Check each scholarship site for more details.

The Ohio State University Scholarship Programs For International Students.

  • Departmental Scholarship

Most departments in Ohio State University offer their respective students Scholarship opportunities and the criteria varies for each department. 

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  • Graduate Assistance

There are three types of graduate assistance section you can choose from such as:

  • Graduate Teaching Associate: Here you will be required to teach as an assistant in exchange for your tuition fee waiver, stipends and other fees.
  • Research Associate: You will be required to partake in a research project in exchange for your tuition fee waiver, stipends and other fees.
  • Administration Associate: Just like the above mentioned, you will be required to assist in administration in exchange for your tuition fee waiver, stipends and other fees.

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  • Special Scholarship

To apply for this Scholarship as an OSU student, you need to complete the institution Scholarship universe application. All you need is your login details given to you after admission.

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