SelfScore Announces 2016 International Student Scholarship Recipients

UC Berkeley student, Nikunj Jain, one of the scholarship recipients, receives his award from the SelfScore team

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Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the following recipients of our 2016/2017 International Student Scholarship

Hyeong Joo C.

Hyeong Joo C.

University of Pittsburgh
Biology
Yuxuan M.

Yuxuan M.

Columbia University
Computer Science
Abdulkadir Y.

Abdulkadir Y.

UT Dallas
Computer Science
Pei Zhuang Y.

Pei Zhuang Y.

Stanford University
Economics
Shikhar G.

Shikhar G.

Texas A&M
Computer Engineering
Nikunj J.

Nikunj J.

UC Berkeley
Computer Engineering
Connor M.

Connor M.

UCLA
Linguistics
Aditi C.

Aditi C.

Carnegie Mellon University
Integrated Innovation
Zhaoyong Z.

Zhaoyong Z.

Brown University
Computer Engineering
Gregory S.

Gregory S.

University of Chicago
Public Affairs/Administration
Yelu Z.

Yelu Z.

Boston University
Medicine
Muhammad J.

Muhammad J.

NYU
Electrical Engineering

Thanks to the SelfScore scholarship, I will be able to devote my summer this year exclusively to research for my thesis, without having to worry about juggling work and study.

Connor M.
University: UCLA
Major: Linguistics

How to Enter

Eligibility and Requirements (Past Scholarship Rules 2016)

  • Students studying in the U.S. on a F1, J1, or M1 visa during the 2016/2017 academic year.
  • Must be accepted to study or continuing to study at an eligible college or university.
  • Must submit a valid I-20 or DS-2019 form.
  • Must score in the top 15% on a standardized U.S. college entrance exam (SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT).
  • Have a cumulative 3.0 GPA, or higher, or the equivalent from your previous studies.



How this works

  • Winners will be selected randomly from the pool of eligible applicants.
  • All scholarships are awarded on a one-time basis.
  • Six scholarships will be awarded to undergraduate students and six scholarships will be awarded to graduate students.
  • All applicants are enrolled in a Free Financial Literacy program.
  • No purchase or credit application required