International Student Scholarship System
A large portion of our international students are on 50% and 25% scholarships. During the online application to the academic programs the students indicate that they wish to be considered, the decisions are made based on the academic performance of the candidate and academic program applied. Escae Benin admission decision will indicate if the student will receive a partial tuition waiver.
There are some full scholarships at the undergraduate level and M.Sc. level. These are very competitive. The M.Sc. scholarship applications are made during the online graduate application. The undergraduate full scholarship applications are considered by a scholarship committee 30 days before the beginning of the semester for scholarships of type 7 and 60 days before the beginning of the semester for scholarships of type 3 The student needs to have admission to the program that they have applied to in order to be considered.
For undergraduate applicants that are in the top 1% among the secondary school graduates in their home country. All scholarship applications will be evaluated at the beginning of August. This is a very competitive scholarship. Criteria for each country’s educational system and international standardized test results will be considered based on the list approved by the Escae Benin Board of Trustees.
This scholarship covers tuition for the regular duration of the academic program, free accommodation in a double room. You may send your application letter and supporting documents.
- Escae Benin grants this type of scholarship only for September intakes.
- Late %100 scholarship applications cannot be considered.
Tuition Fee Waivers
For undergraduate applicants that have shown high performance in their home country in the university. Only 10 best students among applicants from each country may receive this scholarship in each academic year. All scholarship applications will be evaluated for the upcoming academic year. If any prospective students who have been granted a 100% Tuition Fee Waiver do not register in the Fall Semester, applications for the Spring Semester will be collected. The deadline for these 100% Tuition Fee Waivers is 15 November.
Criteria for each country’s educational system and international standardized test results will be considered based on the list approved by the Escae Benin Board of Trustees.
This scholarship only covers tuition for the regular duration of the academic program.
Note: Late %100 scholarship applications cannot be considered.
High Honor Award
Students studying at undergraduate and associate degree programs who have taken the normal course load and who have been awarded a ‘High Honor’ degree in their respective programs following the attainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.50 and a CGPA of 3.00 and above are considered as a candidate for “High Honor Award” in line with the principles below and on the condition that they register for the following semester:
On the condition that the aforesaid GPA and CGPA average requirements are met within each faculty or school, the first ten top-ranking students are granted the “High Honor Award”.
The High Honor Award is awarded as follows;
- The highest-ranking student/s is/are awarded three times of the valid gross minimum wage,
- The student/s ranking the second is/are awarded double gross minimum wage valid at the time,
- The student/s ranking the third and further are awarded one gross minimum wage valid at the time.
The said ranking is obtained at the end of the second semester after the grade point averages of the students of the relevant faculty or school have been ranked from the highest to the lowest. In the event of having students with equal grade point averages (GPA), the student with a higher Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is ranked higher.
Student assistantship positions exist in various faculties and administrative departments in the university. They are open to all students. A student must have a GPA above 2.0. Vacancies for these positions are usually announced at the beginning of each semester. The monthly stipend is based on hourly rates.
Every semester each faculty allocates a number of research assistant positions to graduate students. A full-time research assistant gets an exemption from tuition fees as well as a salary. Part-time research assistantships are also available. Scholarships granted to research assistants who have been enrolled in one of the postgraduate programs in Escae Benin are regulated by the “Regulation for Research Assistant Appointment and Postgraduate Scholarship Application” prepared by the Senate and approved by the Board of Trustees.
Siblings who study at Escae Benin undergraduate or associate degree programs receive a discount of 25% for each of the first two siblings who meet the specified criteria. Further siblings receive a 75% discount on their tuition fees. Students who have been enrolled in a post-graduate program and, at the same time, who do not receive any discounts and/or support for their tuition fees from the University can benefit from a 10% discount for siblings.