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American International School of Bucharest Scholarship Competition for 2024 – 2025

The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) launches its annual Scholarship competition for students who will enter the 9th grade next academic year. To provide more details on the program, AISB will host an evening event on the school campus , on Thursday, February 15th, 2024, at 18:00.

Deadline – February 14th

Deadline – February 28th

The objective of the AISB Scholarship Program is to provide qualified students of any nationality who are unable to afford attendance at AISB due to financial limitations, full access to a challenging international education.

AISB offers scholarships to students entering the 9th grade. Recipients of AISB scholarships are students who have proven financial need, strong academic ability, involvement in community activities and who display ethical behavior. Since the program’s inception in 1999, we have been able to provide scholarships for over 50 students.


The guidelines followed by the scholarship committee in awarding scholarships to AISB are as follows:

  • Scholarships are awarded to students based on financial need, their demonstrated academic abilities, and on their community involvement and ethical behavior.
  • Scholarships are awarded only upon full disclosure of all family resources as requested by the Scholarship Committee. Such information remains confidential.
  • Financial need is evaluated annually using a uniform methodology and awards are adjusted if necessary. Scholarship recipients must complete a short financial application each year in order to renew their scholarship standing.
  • Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis without regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, religion or national/ethnic origin.
  • The school will continue to fund a student in grade 9 through graduation provided he or she continues to perform at an acceptable social and academic level (6 average or above in all subjects), unless she/he no longer demonstrates need.
  • The school expects exemplary behavior and performance from its scholarship students, as it does from all its students.
  • Scholarships are reserved for students entering grade 9 with strong English skills as indicated by grades and writing samples.
  • The maximum number of scholarships available is determined by the Director in consultation with the Scholarship Committee.
  • Only students who are not currently enrolled at AISB, or who have not previously been enrolled at AISB, are eligible to apply for a scholarship.

Scholarship Competition Stages