Columbia University is a private institution. It has 8 148 undergraduate students, an urban setting, and a campus of 36 acres. It uses a semester-based academic calendar.
Columbia University has three undergraduate schools as well as a number of graduate and professional schools, including the highly ranked Business School, Law School, and College of Physicians and Surgeons. The university also has a highly regarded College of Dentistry and Graduate School of Journalism.
More than 90% of students live on campus. Columbia is affiliated with Barnard College for Women, Union Theological Seminary, and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Distinguished alumni include John Jay, founding father and first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and former President Barack Obama. Columbia also administers the Pulitzer Prizes.
Columbia’s GSAPP program provides institutional financial aid for the purpose of assisting the graduate studies of the highest-performing candidates from a diverse variety of backgrounds and nationalities. Made at the time of admission, GSAPP scholarships are competitive for prospective enrolled incoming students and are allocated on the strength of the advice of the program’s enrollment and acceptance guidelines. These awards are intended to minimize affordability concerns, enhance educational accessibility and opportunity, and attract the most qualified students who are positioned to contribute to and benefit from the GSAPP experience
- Host University: Columbia University;
- Host Country: USA;
- Study Level: Masters Level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: Check the details below;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Subjects Available: All Subjects;
- Application Deadline: The Scholarship is open.
The GSAPP Admission International Awards are now available for all International, National, and Master’s Students in all fields to have the opportunity to pursue their studies at Columbia University, USA.
The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation is working to help re-configure the functions of architecture and urban planning in the context of a university of research, considering alternative approaches to the conduct of practice as inquiry and new research methods. It is committed to addressing new challenges in the constructed environment professions and to developing opportunities for interdisciplinary engagement.
The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation is funded by the Dean’s Office to support currently enrolled students experiencing financial hardship while in school and plans to award up to 30 scholarships of $5,000 each during the 2022-2023 academic year at Columbia University.
In order to be considered, candidates are required to be in a full-time degree program and have demonstrated good academic achievement.
It is necessary for applicants to begin by submitting their application for admission through the university’s application portal. All students eligible for the award will be considered on the basis of their application for admission, they must submit all documents directly, not through a third-party agent or vendor, with the following exceptions: submissions through the U.S. Department of State’s Fulbright Program and its three partner agencies IIE, LASPAU, and AMIDEAST; submissions through the Danish-American Fulbright Commission (DAF); and submissions through Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD). In addition, the applicant must attest to the accuracy and authenticity of all information and documents submitted to Columbia.
It is necessary for students to present reference letters and academic records.
- To be admitted, applicants must have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution by the date they enroll in the Graduate School.
- A written consent must be provided to participate in a verification process. All students must sign and date an authorization and release form to complete the verification process.
- With the exception of approved dual degree programs, students may not simultaneously attend more than one Columbia program and may not be enrolled in more than one program at an institution in the same semester.
Condition of Language:
The following English language proficiency test scores are required of students:
- TOEFL: 100 (IBT),
- TOEFL: 600 (PBT),
- IELTS: 7.5.
For more details, please visit the official website: https://www.arch.columbia.edu/admissions/tuition-aid