Call for Scholarship Commitments
The IIE Syria Consortium encourages universities to commit to providing scholarships for Syrian students for the fall 2016 semesters and spring 2017 semester. Interested institutions should fill out IIE’s host institution and scholarship form. Students interested in these scholarship opportunities will then apply directly to the university.
Complete IIE's host institution and scholarship information form
For Syrian Students
If you are interested in applying for one of the 2016/2017 Syria Consortium scholarship opportunities, please visit the "Find Scholarships" website. Each university will run their own admissions process and will have a separate timeline. There are some opportunities that may be available for fall 2016 and others that may be available for spring 2017. Each university will have their own admission criteria (e.g., TOEFL, IELTS, SAT). To apply, you must follow the instructions posted on the online portal. Please make sure to check these scholarship listings carefully for requirements, and instructions on how to apply. In most cases, to apply you will be required to apply via the university's own application for international students.
The IIE Emergency Student Fund (ESF) periodically offers grants to Syrian students on U.S. campuses. These grants help students to address their urgent financial needs and stay enrolled in their U.S. degree programs.
Learn more about IIE's Emergency Student Fund and current funding opportunities
We also encourage you to follow EducationUSA Syria on Facebook, as well as Jusoor and Global Platform for Syrian Students for scholarship updates.
For Syrian Scholars
IIE’s Scholar Rescue Fund (SRF) provides fellowships for established professors, researchers and public intellectuals whose lives or careers are threatened in their home countries. The fellowships support temporary academic positions at universities, colleges and research centers in safe locations anywhere in the world.
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About Syria Scholarships
The crisis in Syria has created an academic emergency, with the break-down of higher education within the country and major obstacles facing Syrian students and scholars. In response, IIE is leading a consortium of more than 50 higher education institutions around the world that have committed support for Syrian students and scholars, primarily in the form of full and partial scholarships.