Other Scholarship Opportunities for Armenian Students
AGBU offers scholarships for US-based study through its US Graduate Scholarship program; however, only graduate students (masters level and above) are eligible to apply. Undergraduate scholarship opportunities within the United States are only available to those pursuing performing arts through the AGBU Performing Arts Scholarship.
The information below is intended to provide additional resources to undergraduate and some graduate students pursuing study within the United States. Limited scholarship opportunities are listed for study outside the US.
Please note, since these listings are not maintained by AGBU, we cannot attest to their validity. Students are encouraged to review them carefully and contact those of interest to make sure the financial aid opportunities/organizations are still in existence, and/or the criteria and deadline information are up to date.
Some scholarships have specific guidelines and criteria that may not be applicable to all students. Most scholarship application deadlines fall within the months of March, April, and May. Please be sure to carefully review the websites and applications to check that they have been updated for the current academic year.
Here is a sampling of scholarship opportunities.
Click on the following links to learn more.
- Graduate school fellowships in any recognized field of study in the humanities, social sciences or natural sciences (including law, medicine, engineering, architecture or other formal professional training)
- Independent research or study projects which must be carried out entirely in the United States of America.
- Publications focusing on Armenian studies, Armenian history and Armenian literature of the nineteenth century or earlier.
Jorjorian Anjar Scholarship, Tufenkian Scholarship, Scholarship for Armenia & Artsakh and Scholarship for Syrian Armenian Refugee Students in Armenia
Applicants must be of Armenian descent and involved in the Armenian community and must be enrolled in a US-based college or university in pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree.
Graduate studies scholarships
Scholarships for college and graduate students are offered by the ASA for each academic year. Applications are available at the end of the current calendar year, with a deadline for March 15th in the following year.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation grants individual scholarships, especially for advanced training, and supports projects in various areas.
Submission of applications for the Fall term starts May 1 and ends May 10. Decisions will be announced by the middle of July. Submission of applications for the Spring term starts November 1 and ends November 10. Decisions will be announced by the middle of January.
Only students enrolled in local Armenian universities will be sponsored by Hovnanian Foundation.
The New York Community Trust offers Tuition Awards for College Students of Armenian descent living in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. These awards are made possible by the Hagop, Arousiag, and Arpy Kashmanian and Hazaros Tabakoglu Funds.
Click here to view a more detailed list of scholarships offered by various Armenian organizations.
Click here to view the Financial Aid Directory for Students of Armenian Descent for a listing of other opportunities offered by Armenian organizations nationwide.
Click here to subscribe to the ARMACAD email list to receive information on scholarships, academic news, announcements, events and reviews.
Teach for Armenia
Teach for Armenia educational foundation offers a two-year Leadership Development Program aimed at providing access to an excellent education for all children across the country. Through teacher leadership, we help to ensure that educational excellence and opportunity reaches every child across Armenia.
To learn more: https://www.teachforarmenia.org/about-the-fellowship