International Scholarships for 2018-2019
Students need to have a complete undergraduate application on file in order to be considered for all UMaine international scholarships:
- For Spring 2019 admission – by November 1, 2018
- For Fall 2019 admission – by February 1, 2019
Students applying after these deadlines will be considered for scholarships as funds are available.
The University of Maine offers a limited number of undergraduate International Presidential Scholarships in recognition of outstanding academic performance valued at $15,000 per academic year.
All first-year and transfer international undergraduate applicants to the University of Maine are considered for this international scholarship valued up to US$10,000 per academic year.
All first-year and transfer international undergraduate applicants to the University of Maine are considered for this international scholarship valued up to US$5,000 per academic year.
High achieving international students graduating from Maine high schools are considered for this scholarship valued up to US$12,000 per academic year.
All international students enrolled in the Bridge program of the Intensive English Institute are eligible for this international scholarship valued up to US$4,000 per academic year.
All international applicants to the Intensive English Institute are considered at the time of application for this international scholarship valued up to US$2,000 per academic year. Students who are conditionally admitted to UMaine are also eligible for this scholarship. Apply for the Discovery Scholarship now!
International graduate applicants are considered for graduate funding through graduate assistantships, fellowships and scholarships.
This fund was established at the University of Maine Foundation in 2018 in honor of Ms. Karen Boucias, who directed the Office of International Programs at the University of Maine for seventeen years. The raised funds provide financial support for undergraduate international students who demonstrate academic achievement. Apply here.
This endowed scholarship was established at the University of Maine in 1993 with gifts from Marisue and John Pickering. John was an educator who taught at and worked with students at the elementary school through university levels, and Marisue is a University of Maine Professor Emerita (Communication Sciences and Disorders). It supports financial assistance to international students attending UMaine from Southeastern Europe.
Each year, the School of Forest Resources awards hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships to new and continuing students. All students are eligible to apply, with different awards based on a number of criteria, including academic achievement and financial need. Awards usually range from $350 to $7,000.