The University of Washington Bothell is currently inviting applications for the Natalie Lang International Student Scholarship for the 2021/2022 academic year.

The International & Immigrant Student Scholarship is offered to provide tuition assistance to UWB students on an F-1 visa. It’s also for those who have become permanent residents of the U.S. within the past 5 years. Especially students who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the local and/or global community, and have significant financial need.

The purpose of this scholarship therefore is to benefit UWB International Students and to honour Natalie Lang and her service to the UWB community. It is interesting to note that the University of Washington provides access to an excellent education with an emphasis on experiential learning, hands-on research and community engagement.

UW Bothell is known for providing a participatory student experience grounded in close relationships with faculty as researchers, teachers and mentors. It also offers the personalized support of staff who are dedicated to student success.

It is worthy of note that its faculty and staff have been recognized for innovations in academic programming and support services designed to help students graduate on time and debt-free.

Worth of Award

The Natalie Lang International Student Scholarship awards up to $2,000 to its recipients.

The scholarship supports cultural and international exchange by helping international students cover tuition costs and honoring the significant contribution they make to the campus.


  • International Student attending UWB
  • International and immigrant students planning to enrol at the UWB full-time winter & spring quarters

How to Apply

Complete the UW Bothell Scholarship Application which will be available during October or March.

The application includes your resume and a personal statement described in the application instructions.

Deadline: Applications are ongoing.


Click here for more details and to apply

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