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Orpe Human Rights Advocates Charity-Based Scholarship Program

We’re here to help you navigate the cost of your graduate degree by providing financial support, merit-based aid, fellowships and other funding opportunities. USILD offers three kinds of financial aid to graduate students: merit-based aid, need-based aid, and charity-based scholarship sponsored by Orpe Human Rights Advocates. Email our financial Aid Department at for any additional assistance regarding financial aid.

A Beacon for Hope for Those in Need of Furthering their Education.

In the world where opportunities are often out of reach for underprivileged like young and young adults, veterans, immigrants, refugees, and Orpe Human Rights Advocates is stepping to make a difference - financial struggles, limited access to education, and barriers to employment.

EThis scholarship program was established in support of one of the Orpe Human Rights Advocates' missions related to "Restoring Human Dignity" as defined by its Charter. Orpe is a warm and welcoming international nonprofit organization filled with volunteers and staff working diligently for the sake of bringing back people to light.

At Orpe, our mission is simple yet profound: we promote human dignity, equality, and opportunity for all. And now, we're taking our commitment to the next level with the launch of the Orpe Human Rights Advocates Scholarship program. We understand that every scholarship awarded is a step towards a more just and equitable world.

Orpe Scholarship program is free of charge. The program has transformed lives of many people around the world.  For example: Sarah, a single mother who has been working two jobs to support her family. Sarah was able to pursue her dream of becoming human resources professional after being awarded a scholarship in the amount of 11,500.00 USD to uncover the total cost of the tuition for a graduate level diploma in "Human Resources Management at the USILD." Ten months of studies has transformed and awarded her with high-paying position in the field of human resources. And then there's Dhard, a young man from Southern Asia nation, he was enrolled  in the USILD program of Master in Organizational Leadership with Orpe Scholarship. Dhard now is a director of program an international nongovernmental organization where he is redistributing his success by changing in his community. These are few examples of the transformative power of education and opportunities that only exist at the USILD.


With this collaborative approach between the Orpe Scholarship Program and the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy, lives are being changed, communities are being strengthened, and barriers are being broken down. We know that, by investing in the potential individuals, we're not just changing their lives - we're shaping a brighter future for us all.

Join us in our mission to make the difference. Whether it's through voluntarism, donating, or spreading the word, together, we can create a world where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.

Orpe Scholarship Application Process

Orpe Scholarship Facts

  • Orpe scholarship program, the largest source of charitable-based scholarship. Depending on your financial status, this program from 50% to 100% of your tuition (academic grades and extra-curricular activities aren’t a factor).

  • You must be admitted to one of the programs administered by the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy (USILD).

  • Funds will be transferred directly to your student portal (MyAccess).

  • The maximum Orpe Scholarship award for the 2024-25 academic year is $11,395.

  • Process is easy and award decision fast (mostly with 24h).

What Makes you Eligible for a Orpe Scholarship Award

Here are some basic eligibility requirements for Orpe Scholarship:

  • You need to be eligible to apply and be admitted or enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program at the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy. Be sure to submit your application as soon as possible. Orpe scholarship program is very competitive. 

  • Online certificates and diplomas are eligible as they have the same student status as the on-campus programs.

  • Citizenship is not a requirement

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