THE SCHOLARSHIP USA IS A UNIQUE LIFE EXPERIENCE WHERE A STUDENT GETS TO LIVE HIS SPORT AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL THANKS TO AN ADAPTED UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM
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To go and study in the United States is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for any player aiming to combine high-level tennis with an adapted university curriculum. Our 'Scholarship USA’ program allows you to obtain a degree recognized worldwide while spending up to 4 years abroad — a feat that will give you a competitive edge in your professional career.
Every year, more than 60 students from the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy are granted a scholarship in an American university. Their scholarships cover an average 85% of the total fees. Given the significant tuition fees of American universities ($35,000 on average), our students are able to save a staggering $29,800 per year.
Some of the top-notch universities have players close to professional level in their rosters, and it is common to see some of them make it to the ATP World Tour. Kevin Anderson, the 2017 U.S. Open finalist, has played three years of college tennis at the University of Illinois before turning professional; James Blake, a former top 10 player, has spent two years at the Harvard University.
a unique model worldwide
How it works:
Each university can award a given number of scholarships. A tennis player should have a minimum ranking of 15 in the French tennis system to expect a substantial scholarship at the time of departure.
- Must be 17 years old or over
- Must have a high school degree with a minimum GPA of 10-12/20
- Must have passed both the TOEFL and the SAT tests
Branches of study:
Business Administration, International Business, Marketing, Finance, Communication, Advertising, Journalism, Sports Management, Sciences, Engineering, etc.
Level of education:
Bachelor, Master, PHD.