Institutional Scholarships

Institutional Scholarships are available for international undergraduate students. For more information, please review the list of APU scholarships. Most scholarships are stackable, which means students can receive more than one APU scholarship, if qualified. Although international undergraduate students are not required to submit the SAT score report for admission to APU, it is required to qualify for academic scholarship for first-time freshmen. Please note that any scholarships based on FAFSA qualification will not be available for international students.

Academic Scholarships for Freshman International Students

Only freshman international students who do not have SAT/ACT scores are eligible. Not stackable if students qualify for Trustees', President's, Deans', Director's, and Founder's scholarships.

International Scholarship I

  • Amount: $10,000 annual award ($5,000 per semester)
  • Qualifications: 3.5+ GPA
  • Renewable: Up to four years (must maintain a cumulative 2.8 GPA or higher at APU)

International Scholarship II

  • Amount: $8,000 annual award ($4,000 per semester)
  • Qualifications: 3.0–3.499 GPA
  • Renewable: Up to four years (must maintain a cumulative 2.8 GPA or higher at APU)

Haggard International Scholarship

There is a special scholarship for international undergraduate students. Applicants for this scholarship must be admitted to APU, must be a born-again Christian, maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, leave the country after graduation, and follow specified guidelines as stated in the contract/application (PDF). Please contact Anita Gunadi, international student advisor, for more information.

Graduate Students

International Leadership Scholarships (PDF) are available for some graduate applicants with at least five years of work experience. For more information, please contact Mary Grams.

Learn more about available graduate scholarships or contact your enrollment counselor for more information.