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Graduate Merit Scholarships

Top Ranking Graduates (In the Bachelor degree)

What is the Scholarship about?

Master’s degree scholarships are annually offered to the two top students graduating from all BAU undergraduate programs with highest CGPA with a minimum of 3.33 in each field of study.

The objective of this Scholarship is to encourage outstanding graduates to upgrade their education, to enhance their skills and expertise in their desired field and career.

What are the scholarship terms?

  • Scholarship is awarded to Master programs only.
  • Students benefiting from this scholarship must achieve academic excellence and maintain the same Cumulative GPA each year.
  • Student’s cumulative GPA upon graduation is no less than B+.
  • Period of registration for the Master’s degree does not exceed three years. In the case that the period exceeds three years, the student is required to cover the remaining tuition fees.

What does the Scholarship cover?

The scholarship is in the form of a 50% reduction on the program tuition fees payable for the course and thesis registration.

CNRS Scholarships

What is the Scholarship about?

CNRS-L/BAU PhD Award Program, is a joint scholarship grant between the National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS) and BAU as part of an agreement signed between the two parties for the co-financing of Doctoral studies. Five PhD students can benefit from this joint grant. BAU will be offering full scholarships for the accepted PhD students, while CNRS will be offering them an annual stipend to be fully devoted to their thesis work.

What are the scholarship terms?

  • These scholarships are for BAU graduates holding a Master's degree.
  • Candidates under the age of 30, and having 14/20 (French system) or 85/100 (American system) as overall average in the Master’s degree (or equivalent) can apply.
  • Evaluation of application process will depend on competitive merit-based process.
  • The beneficiary of the scholarship must clearly and explicitly mention the funding program (CNRS-L/BAU) in all scientific publications and contributions related to the PhD work (articles, oral presentations, Posters, and proceedings, etc.).
  • The beneficiary of the scholarship will be mentored by BAU committee to act as a source of support and assistance through the three years.

What does the Scholarship cover?

  • A Full academic scholarship for 3 years by BAU
  • An annual stipend of nine million Lebanese pounds by CNRS renewed consecutively for two years.