The College grants scholarships to students that excel in their studies. In order to receive academic scholarships, the student must be studying in a full course of studies. Receipt of an academic scholarship is not conditioned on the economic status of the recipient. Receipt of an academic scholarship is not conditioned on financing of tuition from another source. Students who are entitled to academic scholarships are not required to participate in social projects for the community.
Academic scholarships on the basis of a psychometric score of 675 and greater provide free tuition for the first year of studies. Furthermore, academic scholarships are provided to new students during the first year on the basis of high acceptance test scores to the College. The number of first-year students that are entitled to academic scholarships will not exceed 10% of all new students in each department (including those entitled to free tuition on the basis of psychometric testing). First-year students will be ranked according to the highest acceptance testing grades. The amount of the scholarship will not exceed 75% of tuition.
Veteran students (second-year and above)
Veteran students may receive academic scholarships not more than three times during their studies on the basis of grades at the College. The amount of veteran students that are entitled to academic scholarships will not exceed 10% of all students of that same year in each department. Veteran students (second-year and above) will be ranked according to their average grades during the previous academic year (at the time of opening of the new academic year). The minimum average grade for those entitled to a scholarship is 85.