As of my last update in September 2021, there are numerous universities in the United States that offer scholarships to both domestic and international students. Some of the well-known universities that are known for their generous scholarship programs include:
- Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
- Stanford University (Stanford, California)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
- Yale University (New Haven, Connecticut)
- Princeton University (Princeton, New Jersey)
- Columbia University (New York City, New York)
- University of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)
- California Institute of Technology (Caltech) (Pasadena, California)
- Duke University (Durham, North Carolina)
- University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
These universities offer a range of scholarships, including merit-based scholarships, need-based scholarships, and scholarships specific to certain academic disciplines or extracurricular activities. It’s essential to research each university’s scholarship programs, application requirements, and deadlines.
Keep in mind that scholarship offerings and details may change over time, so I recommend checking the official websites of the universities you’re interested in or contacting their admissions or financial aid offices for the most up-to-date information on scholarships.