Several schools that offer full rides to international students are Carleton College, Rice University and Washington and Lee, according to ProFellow. Other universities offering full rides to internationals include Hope College and the University of Miami.
Carleton College offers six full scholarships covering the cost of tuition, room and board, reports ProFellow. In addition, this Minnesota college offers six partial scholarships covering half the total cost of attending Carleton. In 2013, Carleton gave over $2.5 million in aid to 26 international students.
Rice University of Houston, Texas offers the Allen International Scholarship, which is a full-tuition scholarship for outstanding international applicants. These scholarships are renewable for all four years. The University of Miami awards the Premier Scholarship to applicants of significant academic achievement.
Hope College of Holland, Michigan offers the Full Ride International Scholarship. Two scholarships, one full ride and one full tuition, go to international students who demonstrate great financial need. Washington and Lee University of Lexington, Virginia offers a full tuition and board scholarship to international students. The Johnson Scholarship provides as much money as is needed by the student, based on his financial need. Schools that promise to meet full financial needs for students, international or not, include Harvard, Yale, Princeton and MIT.