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Scholarship Information

Elizabethtown College Study Abroad Travel Grant Application

Students are encouraged to apply for a study abroad travel grant.  To download an application for study abroad experiences taking place in the Fall of 2017, please click here.


STEM Scholarship offered

The University of Limerick is offering a scholarship for students in STEM fields that are studying abroad at the school. For more information about the scholarship please follow the link.


New Scholarship for Students studying in Ireland

Go Overseas and Education Ireland have teamed up to provide two $15,000 scholarships for US students studying in Ireland. One scholarship is for undergraduate students and the other is for graduate students. More information on application requirements and general scholarship information can be found here. Frequently asked questions can be found here.


Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship for 2016-2017

The Gilman Scholarship for summer 2016, fall 2016, and year long 2016-2017 study abroad programs is now accepting applications. The due date for applications is March 1, 2016. This scholarship is open to any student receiving a Federal Pell Grant during their study at a two or four year institution. You must be studying or interning abroad for more than 28 days and cannot be traveling to any country under a travel warning as listed by the Department of State. For more information please visit the website here.


New Scholarship available for students studying in Asia                 

The Institute of International Education is relaunching the Freeman Awards for Study in Asia. This scholarship is available for students with limited experience and demonstrated financial need studying abroad in East and Southeast Asia. This scholarship will fund both semester and year long study abroad programs. The awards range from $3,000 for a summer, $5,000 for a semester, and $7,000 for a year long program. For more information please refer to the website here.




New School For Field Studies Scholarships
The School for Field Studies (SFS) is committed to making studying abroad affordable. To that end, we are very pleased to introduce new need-based scholarships which are designed to complement and enhance our existing
financial aid offerings.
Pell Grant Match Award
SFS now matches Federal Pell Grant funding for SFS semester students who use their Pell Grants to pay for their SFS program. Students who receive this match may still be considered for additional SFS scholarships, travel grants, and loans.
Trailblazer Grant
We have extended the popular SFS Trailblazer Grant! Students who participate in the Bhutan, Cambodia/Vietnam, or Peru semester programs during the 2015-2016 academic year are eligible for this award. Awards are need-based and may supplement other SFS scholarships, travel grants, and zero- or low-interest loans.
Diversity Scholarship
This need-based scholarship is intended to broaden the participation of underrepresented groups of students in study abroad. For SFS, underrepresented groups include, but are not limited to, students who identify with a certain race, sex, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, age, marital status, national origin or ancestry, ethnic origin, or veteran status. Underrepresented groups also include first generation college students and students from low income families.
Heritage Scholarship
This scholarship is available for students who have a cultural and ancestral connection to the country in which they plan to study abroad with SFS. It is designed to help students explore their heritage within the context of environmental research and is available to students of Tanzanian, Kenyan, Cambodian, Costa Rican, Peruvian, Panamanian, Turks & Caicos Islander, Australian, and New Zealand descent. A Heritage Scholarship may also be known by its individual country name such as the
Peruvian-American Heritage Scholarship Award or the Cambodian-American Heritage Scholarship Award.
We hope that you will share these new scholarships with your students and encourage them to contact our Admissions team if they have any questions about the cost of or how they will fund their SFS programs.
For a complete list of our financial aid options, including information on how students may apply, please visit our website: www.fieldstudies.org/admissions/aid





Applications Open for 2016-2017 Boren Scholarships and Fellowships

The Boren Scholarship and Fellowship award is offered to any student interested in studying less commonly taught languages in Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Some languages include Chinese, Korean, Russian, Swahili, and many more. Applications for the scholarship are due February 9, 2016.

For more information and the application click here ---> https://borenawards.org/



Many other scholarships are available as well:       

Affiliated Programs

BCA

CIS

ISA

Herstmonceux Castle

Northumbria University

School for Field Studies

KCP

Kansai Gaidai

SOL Education Abroad

IFE



Other Scholarships

 The American-Scandinavian Foundation- for students interested in studying in Scandinavian countries

Barry Goldwater Scholarship- for students pursuing the sciences, mathematics, and engineering

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship- for students who are receiving a Federal Pell Grant

Boren Scholarship- for students study abroad in locations typically underrepresented within the field

                of international education

Bridging Scholarships for Japan- for students studying abroad in Japan

British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX)- Scholarships for students who will

                be studying abroad at BUTEX member institutions(all 4 CISabroad partner universities in

                Scotland and England are members)

DAAD Scholarships for Germany- for students studying in Germany

Diversity Abroad.com- for students studying abroad with one of Diversity Abroad’s partner

                organizations

Fund of Education Abroad- anyone interested in studying abroad is eligible!

Japan Study Abroad – numerous scholarship sites for those interested in studying in Japan

John T. Petters Foundation- scholarships for students studying international business

LIVfund- Those who are interested in studying abroad in Latin America

Snowdon Trust- For students with sensory or physical disabilities

Study in China- numerous scholarship sites for those interested in studying in China

Transitions Abroad- has writing contests that are submitted after studying abroad for cash prizes

UNESCO Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship- for those looking to build ties among nations while

                studying abroad


Need more? Check out these scholarship generators

IEFA.org

Study Abroad Funding.org

Big Future by the College Board

Go Over Seas





Elizabethtown College Study Abroad Office