Tata Scholarship For Indian Students

Tata Scholarship for Indian Students at Cornell University
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Tata Scholarship for Indian Students is a need-based scholarship. It would be provided for the entire duration of undergraduate studies at Cornell University. This scholarship exclusively covers tuition fees only. The scholarship would be awarded annually.

The main motive of providing Tata Scholarship to Indian Students is to give them an opportunity to learn from a prestigious Cornell University.

Tata Scholarship has been awarded to excellent students regardless of their financial conditions. Above all it ensures that equal opportunities are provided to each student.

This scholarship is awarded to 20 students each year.

About Cornell University:

Cornell University is a private research university located in New York. It’s one of the top private universities in the United States. Moreover, the university ranks 21 in QS Global World Rankings 2022.

It’s located specifically in Ithaca, New York. It is voted as one of the top 100 and best green places to live. Cornell University has a lush green campus including 608 buildings covering around 2300 acres of land.

Every year near about 22% of International Students enrol at the university.

It’s quite competitive to take admission to this university. Each year near about 70,000 spontaneous students from all over the world apply for this scholarship. Out of which only 8.7% of students are selected.

Eligibility :

  1. Candidate must be a citizen of India.
  2. He/She would be offered admission to Cornell University as an Undergraduate Student.
  3. He/She must have attended secondary school in India.
  4. Applicant must be eligible for need-based financial aid.
The preference criteria would be provided to the students having

1. College of Architecture, Art and Planning
2. College of Engineering
3. Applied Economics and Management

How to Apply:

Applicants have to apply for International Financial Aid.

Documents required-
  • Fill the College Scholarship Service (CSS)
  • Additional information may be requested by the Office of Financial Aid.

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