The King Scholars Program seeks low-income students from developing nations who are interested in alleviating poverty in their home countries. At Dartmouth, King Scholars receive 4-year scholarships and extensive mentoring and leadership training.
Upon graduation, they return home to tackle poverty issues, supported by Dartmouth’s alumni network.
About Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College is a private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States. Established in 1769 by Eleazar Wheelock, it is the ninth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution.
Dartmouth College King Scholars Program
- Type: Undergraduate
- Organisation: Dartmouth College
- Country to study: United States
- School to study: Dartmouth College
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: Men and Women
- Application Deadline; January 1, 2023
Aim and Benefits of Dartmouth College King Scholars Program
- King Scholars receive 4-year scholarships and extensive mentoring and leadership training.
Requirements for Dartmouth College King Scholars Program Qualification
The King Scholars Program looks for students who are:
- Involved in their communities
- Passionate about creating positive change
- Interested in alleviating poverty in their own countries
- Capable of succeeding at a top U.S. university
- Driven to succeed in whatever they do
- Proficient in English
January 1, 2023
How to Apply
All eligible international applicants to Dartmouth will be considered for the King Leadership Scholar program. There is no special application; instead, each applicant must complete The Common Application. Learn more about applying to Dartmouth.
For more details, visit Dartmouth College website