AUW strives to meet the demonstrated financial need of each admitted student and offers full and partial scholarships based on each student’s financial circumstances. Full scholarships cover tuition, room and board, course supplies, primary healthcare, and international travel*. *Travel grants may be awarded to international students who qualify for financial assistance. A travel grant is limited to a one-way ticket to Chittagong and a ticket home after graduation from AUW. Students seeking support for travel home during intermediate summers may engage in the AUW work-study program and earn money towards travel.
To be considered for admission, an applicant should generally: Have completed 10+2, a total of 12 years of education; Have demonstrated leadership potential and a commitment to work for positive social change; Have received an average of 60% of marks or equivalent grades in the final examinations, including a minimum score of 60% on both English and mathematics exams; Have demonstrated leadership ability through participation in extra-curricular activities and public service. Age not more than 30 years The applicants must be female from Asian and Middle Eastern countries.