Scholarships
Requirements & Deadlines

Candidates must provide the following:

Requirements and Timeline
  Deadline
Application Opens    Sometime
between
February 1-9
annually
     
Application Closes    April 15
     
Original Documents Accepted
(No documents will be accepted after this deadline)
  • Verification of school/college (Certificate of Studies):
    For university students: An official certificate and orginal exams issued by the Secretary of the University
    OR
    For high school graduates (who have not yet begun the university): an official completion certification and academic performance document from your high school
  • Verification of family income:
    A certificate issued by the taxation authority declaring the family income of the previous year (ISEE).
  • Tessera Studenti (University Enrollment Number Card)
  •    April 25
    Board Reviews Applications    May 1 -
    June 15
         
    Email Sent Notifying Applicants of Board's Decision    May 31 -
    June 15
         
    Awards Distributed    June 1 -
    June 30
         
    Application Closed with No Scholarship Activity    June 30 -
    February 1
         

     
    These original documents must be mailed (no faxes or emails will be accepted) to:

     
    Foundation's Address:
    The John R. Mott Scholarship Foundation
    c/o NIAF
    Attn: Mott Scholarship
    1860 19th Street, N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20009
    USA


    Eligibility

    Who is eligible to apply for a Mott Foundation Scholarship?

    Criteria

    How are scholarships awarded?

    Awards

    What is awarded?

    Requirements & Deadlines

    What is required and when is it required?

    Application Form

    Apply online here.

    English as a Second Language

    More information about the English as a Second Language Program available to all Scholarship Awardees and Applicants.

    Homepage

    Return to the John R. Mott Scholarship Foundation homepage