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study abroad scholarships

 

The Office of International Affairs provides students interested in study abroad with information and resources regarding scholarships and additional funding. Keep in mind that the scholarship opportunities listed on this page are just a few of the options available to students! We encourage you to use external search engines to your advantage.

 

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IIEPassport Study Abroad Funding

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: USA, carefully review criteria

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Fastweb

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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ScholarshipPortal

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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International Education Financial Aid

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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GoAbroad

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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Stolzenberg‐Doan Scholarship

Up to three $500 awards each semester based on available funds. Eligibility: full‐time undergraduate students with 2.5+ GPA.

Deadline for Winter travel: October 1

Deadline for Summer/Fall: February 15

Contact: Alina Gonzalez, gonzalin@nova.edu

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Honors College Supplemental Funding Students in the Honors College may petition for supplemental funding for a credit‐bearing travel study/study abroad experience. Funds awarded are paid following successful completion of travel (earned grade/credit) and are applied to relevant expenses not covered by other scholarship or institutional resources (receipts may be required).

Contact: Don Rosenblum, DonR@nova.edu.

Deadline: Inquire email for more info

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AIFS Scholarships

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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American University of Rome Scholarships

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Italy, carefully review criteria

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Arcadia University

Deadline: Various, review each scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: England, Italy, Scotland, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, & Wales. Carefully review criteria

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CIEE Scholarships

Deadlines: Summer & Fall - April 1, Winter/Spring - October 15

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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Classport

Deadline: Various, review scholarship criteria carefully 

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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College Year Athens Scholarships

Deadline: May 1st, review scholarship criteria carefully

Countries you can apply to: Greece, carefully review criteria

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ISA Scholarships

Deadline: Various, review scholarship criteria carefully 

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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John Cabot University

Deadline: Various, review scholarship criteria carefully 

Countries you can apply to: Italy, carefully review criteria

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Semester At Sea Scholarships

Deadline: Various, review scholarship criteria carefully 

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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The Education Abroad Network Scholarships

Deadline: Various, review scholarship criteria carefully 

Countries you can apply to: Various, carefully review criteria

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Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Pell grant recipients can receive up to $5,000 for a semester or year abroad. LINK
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant All NSU undergraduate students who have a 3.75 GPA or higher are eligible to apply for a $1,000 grant for their accredited study abroad program. Deadlines are 9/15 and 2/15 every year. LINK
Fund of Education Abroad Awards up to $5,000 are available for undergraduates who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents who will be earning credit for a program at least 4 weeks in one country. Preference given to first generation college students and students with minority backgrounds. Deadlines are early! Additional scholarship also available. LINK
NSEP Boren Award for International Study A government‐sponsored scholarship for students interested in studying in less common destinations, such as Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Must be interested in studying certain languages. There is an NSEP service requirement upon return. LINK
DAAD German Academic Exchange Services Scholarship For students planning to study in Germany for 4‐10 months. The award includes approximately €650, plus funds for travel, research, and health insurance expenses. LINK
Freeman‐ASIA For students applying to study for a minimum of 8 weeks in one of the following Asian countries: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam. Must demonstrate financial need. LINK
Fulbright Program Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, this program offers fellowships to U.S. students for study, research, or teaching assistantships abroad. Application needs to be evaluated by a campus committee, therefore planning are important. LINK

 

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