Government-funded US scholarships for international students:
Fulbright Foreign Student Program
Perhaps the most popular government-funded US scholarships for international students, Fulbright offers scholarships for graduate students, young professionals and artists to study in the US for one year or more. This scholarship is open to international students in all fields excluding medicine.
Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program
This is a non-degree scholarship program for international, experienced professionals wishing to undertake 10 months of academic study in the US. Although the funding does not support degree qualifications, students are able to study and develop their knowledge at academic institutions across the nation.
For Asian Students:
East-West Center Scholarships and Fellowships
These Scholarships are for international students from the Asia-Pacific region to study in selected US institutions.
Japan-United States Friendship Commission
An initiative run by Japan and the US, this commission offers grant programs to Japanese students wishing to study in the US (and vice versa).
Wesleyan Freeman Asian Scholarship Program
This Scholarship is for 11 exceptional Asian students to study in the US at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. The scholarship covers the full cost of tuition and student fees.