Golden Key Undergraduate Achievement Award
Golden Key
Deadline:  23rd December

All Nationalities
B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology),B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture),B.Plan. (Bachelor of Planning),B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce),B.Voc. (Bachelor of Vocation),B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science),B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration),B.F.Tech. (Bachelor of Fashion Technology),B.F.Sc. (Bachelor of Fishery Science),B.H.M. (Bachelor of Hotel Management),B.Des. (Bachelor of Design),B.Text. (Bachelor of Textile),B.Pharm. (Bachelor of Pharmacy),B.B.I. (Bachelor of Banking and Insurance),B.A (Bachelor of Arts),LLB (Bachelor of Law)
United States

Scholarship Overview

The Golden Key Undergraduate Achievement Award is awarded by the Golden Key. This organisation offers unique scholarships, awards and grants to members, alumni and advisors all over the world. Golden Key has awarded over $12.5 million dollars in scholarships and awards since 1977 to deserving Golden Key members.

Shortlisting Process

The selection of scholars for the Golden Key Undergraduate Achievement Award involves a multi-stage process. The scholars will be selected after a thorough assessment of all the applicants. 

Terms and Conditions

The continuation of the scholarship depends on the good academic performance of the scholars in the examinations conducted by their respective universities.

Renewal cases of stipend holders who are not promoted to the next year will not be considered for further renewal.



  • Applicants must be members of the Golden Key.
  • Applicants must be a current/active undergraduate student, Full Time or Part Time, enrolled in an undergraduate programme.
  • Applicants must be a Golden Key member GPA minimum of 3.5 out of a 4.0 scale (Minimum 3.0 for South African members).
  • Emphasis will be placed upon academic excellence and how this individual lives out the values of Golden Key on a daily basis.

How To Apply

Application Process


Applications must be submitted online.

Application Documents

  • A personal statement of no more than 5 pages that details how the applicant exemplifies society’s commitment to academics, leadership, and service.
  • A letter of recommendation from a university faculty or staff or organization official familiar with the applicant's involvement at his/her university or in the community.
  • Resume/CV.
  • A current and comprehensive academic transcript. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted.