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Scholarship Policy

The Advisory Board of QSI International School of Yerevan will award scholarships to families in need of financial assistance in order to support the educational needs of their children, as well as to support the school’s goal of expanding the educational programming available to all children.  


Preference is given to students: 

  • who are 11 years old and older. 

  • who have good academic records and references from current school directors and teachers. 

  • whose families commit to becoming involved in school life outside of the classroom and regularly supporting school special events. 

  • who have financial need.

Scholarships will be awarded to the oldest eligible child of a family with more than one child applying and will not exceed one full award per family (unless extenuating circumstances apply). 

Scholarship  renewal amounts will be decided upon no later than May of the preceding school year. 

Scholarship Application Process and Deadlines

In order to be considered for a scholarship  please complete the following steps.  Only complete applications will be accepted and considered. 

Step 1: Complete the Scholarship Application.


Step 2: Upload the following documents to this website: (final date for submission 15 April 2024) 

  • Copy of Student’s Passport 
  • Copy of Parent 1 Passport 
  • Copy of Parent 2 Passport 
  • Copy of School Records (minimum 1 year for elementary, 2 years for secondary) 
  • Parent Letter of Introduction (one page letter from the parent and student introducing themselves, explaining why a scholarship is necessary and how the student and family will participate in school life) 

Scholarship Documentation Upload

Step 3: School will send reference form to references provided in application 

Step 4: School will schedule interview and MAP screener tests to be completed on-site or remotely 


By early May, the school’s Advisory Board will meet and review scholarship applications. Decisions will be sent out by the school by 15 May. Due to the large volume of applications, if you do not receive an approval notice from the school, you can assume that your child will not receive a scholarship.