There are 5 scholarships available for students living in Vietnam as of November 2023. You can find several Vietnam scholarships available for high school senior and college seniors. Some prominent Vietnam scholarships for students include the New York Legion Auxiliary Department Scholarship, the Raymond T. Wellington, Jr. Memorial Scholarship, and the New York Legion Auxiliary District Scholarships.
You can find scholarship financial aid for Vietnam residents by using a scholarship search engine like Scholarships That Work, which has 5 Vietnam scholarships with an average award amount of $890. You can also find local scholarships in Vietnam by inquiring with organizations that offer local scholarships, like the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of New York or the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC).
To apply for scholarships in Vietnam, you will need to fill out the scholarship application form on the scholarship page. For some of these scholarships, you will need to submit an essay. Several Vietnam scholarships require a resume, and a few awards require letters of recommendation. The GPA requirements for Vietnam scholarships vary between a Infinity and -Infinity minimum GPA.
Some of the best scholarships for Vietnam residents are the Mary Ann K. Murtha Memorial Scholarship and the NYS Regents Awards for Children of Deceased and Disabled Veterans Scholarship. The best Vietnam scholarships will be listed at the top of this page.
Yes, there are two scholarships specifically for minority students who live in Vietnam. Applicants who identify as Asian or Middle Eastern are eligible for these scholarships, like the Raymond T. Wellington, Jr. Memorial Scholarship and the New York Legion Auxiliary Department Scholarship.
All students who reside in Vietnam are eligible to apply for the scholarships on this page. Other eligibility requirements for Vietnam scholarship may vary, so be sure to read the scholarship listing carefully. Two scholarships for Vietnam residents are specifically open to applicants who identify as Asian or Middle Eastern students. For military-affiliated students, there are five scholarships in Vietnam specifically available to you.
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