University of Oklahoma International Scholarships 2022/2023: International freshmen and transfer students are now welcome to apply at the University of Oklahoma – United States, for a chance to study on scholarships and tuition discounts.
The University of Oklahoma offers scholarships to international students based on your completed application for admission to the university and qualified SAT or ACT exam scores. Admissible, non-US citizens attending secondary school in a country other than the United States are eligible for the scholarships.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): The University of Oklahoma
Scholarship Type: Tuition Scholarships
Host Institution(s): The University of Oklahoma
Scholarship Worth: Varies
Study Level: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
Number of Awards: Several
Nationality: International students
- These scholarships are offered to international students (non-US citizens)
- Admitted students will be offered the highest scholarship listed in the chart below based on their qualifications and test scores.
- The University of Oklahoma offers a variety of scholarships to admitted transfer students based on criteria such as academics, leadership, community involvement, and extracurricular activities.
Freshman International Scholarships
|Award of Excellence||$56,000|
($14,000 x 4 years)
|31 ACT or 1390 SAT (or greater)|
($13,000 x 4 years)
|29-30 ACT or 1330-1380 SAT|
($10,000 x 4 years)
|28 ACT or 1300-1320 SAT|
|Academic Achievement Award||$36,000|
($9,000 x 4 years)
|26-27 ACT or 1230-1290 SAT|
|Non-Resident Merit Award||$28,000|
($7,000 x 4 years)
|24-25 ACT or 1160-1220 SAT|
|Test-Optional Scholarships||See official page|
Transfer International Scholarships
($9,000 x 2 years)
|3.75+ Transfer GPA|
($7,000 x 2 years)
|3.5+ Transfer GPA|
($5,000 x 2 years)
|3.25+ Transfer GPA|
|$2,000||Competitively awarded based on academic performance and demonstrated leadership.|
|Phi Theta Kappa||$2,500||Competitively awarded based on academic performance and demonstrated leadership.|
Transfer students who participated in Phi Theta Kappa at their transferring institution are eligible.
To be considered for scholarships, students must apply for admission by December 15 to be considered for these scholarship opportunities. Applicants may retake the SAT and/or ACT exam and send updated, official exam results to the Office of International Admissions & Recruitment through April 30.
Scholarships awarded by individual departments have an application deadline of February 1. A student’s highest overall score from a single exam date will be used for scholarship consideration.