Miami's International Education Scholarship program provides renewable merit-based scholarships for outstanding international applicants. International Education Scholarship awards can vary from between $2,000 to $20,000 per year. Awards are made based on students' academic records and test score as well as other factors.

In addition to the International Education Scholarships, all international students with equivalent U.S. grade point averages of 3.7 or higher and SAT scores of 1170 (Critical Reading + Math) or ACT scores of 26 or higher are also considered for merit-based scholarships. These additional scholarships can range from $500 per year to full tuition per year. The merit scholarship amount is determined by the grade point average, test score, and the strength of a students' curriculum.

Over 50 percent of the Fall 2013 international first-year students who were accepted by Miami University were also offered a scholarship. All students who submit complete applications for admission are automatically considered for the scholarships listed above. No separate scholarship applications is required.

Miami's Scholarship Policies

In 2011-2012, 70 percent of admitted first-year students were offered an academic scholarship.

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