Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus tuition fees are competitive – some 33 to 50 percent lower than you'll find at comparable universities in North America.
Visiting or Study Abroad students may apply for two scholarships specifically designed for them. Both scholarships come from memorial funds created in honor of a former faculty member and student of SLU-Madrid. US study abroad students from US universities may apply for the Rob Tieken and Cristina Acosta Scholarship, which comes from a Fund created by the Tieken family in memory of Rob, a faculty member at the Madrid Campus, and his wife, Cristina. Non-US visiting students from non-US universities may apply for the Amy King scholarship, created by the King family in memory of Amy, who was a student at SLU-Madrid.
Administrative Support Scholarships
All students may apply for an Administrative Support Scholarship, although we give priority to first and second year permanent students. Administrative Support Scholarship positions between 50 and 150 hours per semester are designed to provide a form of need-based aid to students, while providing help to a variety of on-campus areas and departments of the University (e.g. Library, Bookstore, Computer Labs, Campus Ministry, Student Life, Office of Admissions, etc.).
Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities
There are a number of external scholarship opportunities funded by independent organizations with a dedicated interest in promoting global education.
The scholarships listed below are by no means an exhaustive list, but provide a starting point for students interested in seeking external scholarship opportunities.
The scholarships are divided into the following categories: