The Foundation anticipates accepting applications for the Huys Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year from March 23, 2020 to June 15, 2020. The Foundation anticipates selecting successful applicants by July 31, 2020.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, among the scholarships to be awarded by Huys Foundation, there will also be the following special scholarships:
- John Aroutiounian Scholarship for Service to Humanity, awarded to a deserving scholar with a demonstrated commitment to ethical leadership and service to others,
- Agriculture and Rural Development in Armenia Scholarships, awarded to two deserving scholars studying full-time in an academic program in the field of agriculture or rural development at educational institutions in Armenia,
- Armenian Studies Scholarship, awarded to a deserving scholar studying full time in an academic program in the field of Armenian Studies, with a focus on the interrelation of global civilization and Armenian heritage and the contributions of the Armenian nation to humanity.
The Huys Scholarships shall be in the amount of no less than $2,000, except for Huys Scholarships granted to scholars studying at an Armenian educational institution, which shall cover the annual tuition up to $1,000.
A Huys Scholarship award does not guarantee being awarded a Huys Scholarship for the remaining academic years of the Huys Scholar’s degree program.
Decisions on all aspects of the Huys Scholarship, including eligibility, academic degree program ranking, and future added value assessment, shall be made by the Scholarship Committee of the Foundation, appointed by the Board. The selection process may involve personal interviews. Each applicant may submit only one application for one academic degree program that the applicant has been admitted to. The Scholarship Committee’s decisions, as approved by the Board, are final and not subject to appeal.
Got any questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.