Scholarships

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The School of Undergraduate Studies at Chestnut Hill College provides abundant opportunities for international students to minimize the cost of their education. Academic scholarships and merit awards for international students range from $5,000 - $15,000 annually - a significant portion of the total cost of attendance.

Global Partner Grant

Chestnut Hill College values the presence of international students as much as it values it’s partnerships with local two-year institutions and community colleges. That’s why the College awarded an average scholarship of $12,000 per year to international students in the Fall of 2011. In addition, the School of Undergraduate Studies is announcing the $1,000 Global Partner Grant specifically for international student graduates from the following institutions:

  • Community College of Philadelphia
  • Delaware County Community College
  • Manor College
  • Montgomery County Community College
  • Valley Forge Military College
  • Salem County Community College

 

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Testimonials 

“Chestnut Hill College was introduced to me through the Fulbright Program, an international exchange program covering a large number of countries. The College is known to have one of the best psychology programs in the area.” 

 

“The officials, buildings and the campus were all amazing. I can never forget the first day that I came on campus.” 

- Mohammad “Esmael” Darman, Afghanistan, Alumni, School of Graduate Studies  

 

“Chestnut Hill College has an excellent reputation in the area. It’s a very friendly and close knit community. I like that there always seems to be somebody who can offer help when in need – academically and personally speaking.” 

- Nadine Mattigat, Germany, Current Student, School of Undergraduate Studies  

 

“Philadelphia is a great historic city. Besides having many interesting places to visit, it also offers many opportunities for job seekers. I love the personal and close attention that each student gets.” 

- Jelena Bogojevic, Serbia, Current Student, School of Undergraduate Studies