International Students

*For students who receive an International Scholarship, please note that the International Scholarships will not make you eligible for an instate tuition waiver due to the increased amounts of the scholarship awards.

New and Continuing International Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi offers scholarships to eligible international students. In order for funds to be annually disbursed, undergraduate students must be enrolled at A&M-Corpus Christi in a minimum of 30 semester credit hours in an academic year. Graduate students must complete at 18 hours or 21 hours (if a student has a major in the College of Science & Engineering) of graduate level courses in an academic year. Undergraduate and graduate students must also meet the specified scholarship requirements.

Undergraduate students may receive the scholarship for a maximum of four years of undergraduate study. Graduate students may be awarded for a maximum of two years. Awards are limited to availability of funds. TAMU-CC ESLi graduates are not eligible to apply; exceptions may be made for ESLi alumni who have completed their initial degree under ESLi and continue at the University for a higher-level degree.

Undergraduate Students: 2020-2021 Application opens on November 15, 2019

Deadline: May 1,2020

Incoming Freshmen

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 Current undergraduate students and incoming transfer students*:

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Graduate Students: 2020-2021 Application opens on Dec 15,2019

Deadline: June 10, 2020 

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Eligibility & Renewal Requirements

* Must complete the scholarship application. Submit the requested résumé and 500-word essay.

* Must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA at the end of each academic year (fall, spring and summer).

* Undergraduate students must successfully complete 30 semester credit hours in an academic year

* Graduate students from the College of Nursing, Business, Liberal Arts, and Education and Human Development must complete 18 hours of graduate level courses in an academic year. Graduate students from the College of Science and Engineering must complete 21 hours of graduate level courses in an academic year.

* Must be continuously enrolled in classes.