In the United States (US) Universities, the International Scholarship for Women (ISW) will be granted to the women for full-time research or study. At recognized Canadian or U.S. institutes, both graduates, as well as postgraduate educations, are supported under this scholarship sponsored by SheBegan Women’s Magazine. Since 1998, the international Scholarship for Women (ISW) has been existing. The international scholarship for women (ISW) program offers sponsorship for women studying full-time graduate, undergraduate, or postdoctoral programs in the U.S.A. The full education funding grants are offered to the women of all countries other than Iran, to study in U.S. Universities and exemption for the women, those are ISW institution members.

First preference will be given to the women that prove prior dedication to the charitable or volunteering work for empowering women in their specific fields and also to the women through professional, community, or civic work.

International Scholarship for Women Sponsorship Coverage

  • Health insurance in sponsorship with Sunlife insurance company
  • Expense on Return flight: US$1600 (Once per anum)
  • Undergraduate degree sponsorship: US$18,000
  • Master’s/first professional degree sponsorship: US$28,000
  • Doctoral degree sponsorship: US$26,000
  • Postdoctoral degree sponsorship: US$32,000
  • Books & Literature expense: US$1000 per year
  • Monthly stipend of US$1200 for an undergraduate student, US$1600 for Master student, US$1800 for Doctoral Student and flexible package for post-doctorate student

International Scholarship for women sponsorship is NOT offered for the following purposes: 

  • Academic Research Paper Publication costs
  • Scholarships-in-aid for under a complete academic year or traveling scholarships
  • Research assistants expenditure
  • Tuition for dependent’s education
  • Purchase of equipment in the laboratory or experimentation
  • Traveling to or from a fellow’s home nation above once a year
  • Institutional expenses (overheads)
  • Previous overheads, arrears, or repayment of loans
  • Indirect costs of travel or conference expense
  • Institutional (overhead) expenses

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