Do you have a desire to pursue your career with an education award? Good News! Dartmouth College offers a Rhodes scholarship. For this award, applicants must be a citizen of the U.S. or Canadian or lawful permanent resident, DACA recipient, or citizen of a country not covered by an existing Rhodes program.
Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League and consistently ranks among the world’s great educational institutions. Dartmouth educates the most promising students and prepares them for a lifetime of teaching and responsible leadership, through the creation of a faculty and knowledge dedicated to teaching.
Who May Eligible
- Applicants from one of the Rhodes eligible countries must apply for the Rhodes scholarship for that country; all other applicants may apply for the Global Rhodes Scholarship.
- Candidates for the United States, Canada, and the Global Rhodes Scholarship must:
- Students must be the U.S. or Canadian citizen or lawful permanent resident, DACA recipient, or citizen of a country not covered by an existing Rhodes Scholarship
- Holders must be age 18, but not yet 24, by October 1 of the application year
- Candidates must have academic standing sufficiently advanced to assure completion of a bachelor’s degree before October 1 of the year following application.
How to Apply
In addition to the application form, Applicants must be providing their recommenders with the following:
- Information on the scholarship
- Details of your study and/or research plans (including your proposed course of study at Oxford and your rationale for studying at Oxford)
- A copy of your CV
- Information about your future academic or career goals
Benefit: TheRhodes scholarship will provide an education fund for your education study.
Application Deadline: September 1 is a Campus Deadline for those applicants who are except Early Assurance nominees.