Saint Andrew's Society Undergraduate Scholarship

Open to US citizens only

The Scholarship program of the St. Andrew’s Society of Philadelphia is designed to foster better understanding and relations between the United States and Scotland through the exchange of the best and brightest university students from our respective countries. Each year, the Society provides funds to send a small group of American students to attend a full year at one of the “Four Ancients,” or the Scottish equivalent of the Ivy League: the Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St. Andrew’s. The current amount of each scholarship is $25,000.

http://www.standrewsociety.org/scholarships/

Penn Deadline: February 15, 2019

 

Penn’s Application Process

The Saint Andrew's Society Undergraduate Scholarship program accepts nominations from institutions – students may not apply independently. To apply for Penn's nomination, you must complete the following steps by Penn’s Internal Deadline of February 15, 2019.

  • Open a Penn Abroad application to either the University of Edinburgh or the University of St. Andrews (Please note, students applying to this scholarship may be placed at one of four Scottish universities, including the University of Aberdeen and the University of Glasgow. Students placed at one of these universities not previously approved by Penn would need to be flexible and work closely with their academic department to get courses approved)
  • Submit the completed St. Andrews Society application (application pieces include: application form, letter of recommendation from a professor, 3-5 page essay, completed questionnaire, recent photograph, and a hard copy transcript in a sealed envelope) to Greta Kazenski, Penn Abroad, 3701 Chestnut St. Suite 1W
  • Plan to attend the St. Andrews Society luncheon in March

Contact Information

Greta Kazenski
Penn Abroad
3701 Chestnut St. Suite 1W
kazenski@upenn.edu

Fellowship Availability

During Undergraduate
Fellowship Location: 

Fellowship Type

Undergraduate Tuition

Fellowship Eligibility

Sophomore