Scholarship amount: $100 (USD)
Number of winners: No microscholarships are available at this time. Please keep checking back!
Award timeline: N/A
How does it work: A student can enter a chance to win by writing short essays answering questions asked by the International Student Voice Magazine team.
Who can apply: An international student attending a university/college in the United States on a F-1 or J-1 student visa. Students can be ESL, undergraduate, or graduate (master’s/PhD).
View our past Microscholarship winners!
The U.S. Presidential Election is this November. What has been your observations so far about the election process and the presidential nominees? Click-Winner: Linn Katrine Bruseltten, Norway, University of Central Oklahoma
What has been your observations about dating/relationships in the U.S.? Is dating different in the U.S. compared to your home country? Click-Winner: Polina Durneva, Russia, Cornell College
Name at least one thing that has surprised you about studying in the United States. Click- Winner: Carmen Diaz, Venezuela, The University of Pittsburgh
What do you feel is the biggest misconception about your home country? Click-Shastri Akella, India, University of Massachusetts
What advice would you give to other students who are interested in studying in the United States? Click-Perseverance Sani, Nigeria, Murray State University and Danielle Goh, China, The University of Pennsylvania
What is one thing you like about studying in the United States and one thing you do NOT like? Click-Aliya Uteuova, Kazakhstan, University of Maine
Do you find it easy or challenging to make American friends, why or why not? Click-Demi Vitkute, Lithuania, Columbia University