The University of Oklahoma in the United States is now open and welcomes applications from both international freshmen and transfer students for the opportunity to receive scholarships as well as tuition discounts.
Students from outside of the U.S. may also qualify for international scholarships from the University of Oklahoma based on their completed application for admission and qualifying scores on the SAT or ACT test. Students who are not citizens of the United States and who are studying in another country are eligible for the University of Oklahoma scholarships.
For consideration of these scholarship opportunities, you must submit your application now before the deadline, though the application is still ongoing and no date is declared for the deadline. In order to determine a scholarship winner, the highest score from a single examination will be taken into account. The Office of International Admissions & Recruitment can request updated SAT and ACT exam results.
|Scholarships Location||United States|
|Host University/Institution||The University of Oklahoma|
|Financial/Fund Type||Fully Funded|
|Degree Level(s)||Undergraduate, Postgraduate|
|Eligible Nationalities||International Students|
|Application Deadline||Still Ongoing|
- Students from abroad (not US citizens) are offered the University of Oklahoma scholarships
- According to the scholarship qualifications and test scores, the highest scholarship listed below will be offered to each accepted student.
- Transfer students can qualify for a variety of scholarships at the University of Oklahoma. This would be based on criteria such as academics, leadership, community involvement, and extracurricular activities.
Freshman International Scholarships
The University of Oklahoma offers three different techniques to apply for the scholarship to incoming freshmen applicants. The first one is through OU Application, followed by the Common Application, and lastly through the Coalition Application. No matter what type of application you submit, all applications are thoroughly reviewed and evaluated holistically.
Transfer International Scholarships
There are more than 2,000 international students studying at OU who happen to be representing 125 countries. Students and families from around the world are welcome at the University of Oklahoma!
How To Apply
Students will have the opportunity to apply for scholarship opportunities. Retaken SAT and/or ACT exams may be submitted to International Admissions & Recruitment along with updated official results. Students will be considered for scholarships based on the highest overall score from one exam date.
We wish you all the best!