Study Abroad Scholarship Directory

To help with the funding of your study abroad, we have compiled this list of scholarship opportunities offered by providers of study abroad programs and foreign host universities. In this directory you will see information from these organizations, which may help you fund your dream of study abroad.

Many other resources exist, including those from your home university, you should check with your study abroad office for a list of these. You might also consider how study abroad may impact your existing university Financial Aid package, as the cost of your education will change.

We also recommend you consider a crowd funding campaign for your study abroad. Abroad101 awards money each week to a student with study abroad crowd-funding mission on GoEnnounce.com.

Confused by all the complexities surrounding study abroad? Check out Affordable College's Guide to Finding and Financing Study Abroad for some answers and tips.

PRESHCO

1 scholarship available across 1 program

PRESHCO offers students the opportunity to work in a laboratory at the University of Cordoba during the summer. The scholarship is available only to students who have been in Spain with PRESHCO for either semester of the year preceding the summer.

$2500 per student for summer support

University of New England

1 scholarship available across 1 program

Merit scholarships are available for the semester based on GPA as follows: GPA of 2.49 and below - $1,500 GPA between 2.75 and 2.99 - $2,500 GPA between 3.0 and 3.49 - $4,500 GPA above 3.5 - $5,500

Up to $5,5000

Tufts University European Center

1 scholarship available across 1 program

Tufts University students who are registering for Tufts in Talloires or Tufts in Annecy, and qualified high school students applying to the Tufts Summit program may apply for a European Center Scholarship. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $3500. Factors taken into consideration for scholarship awards include academic merit/G.P.A., financial need, civic-mindedness, travel experience, and the actual scholarship application and essay. Tufts students will be asked to come in for a short interview. Scholarships are available only to current Tufts University students and to qualified high school students applying to the Tufts Summit program.

$500-$3500

St. Louis University

2 scholarships available across 1 program

The Robert Tieken and Cristina Acosta Scholarship Fund was established by the family of Robert Tieken in memory of Rob, a former faculty member on the Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus, and his wife Cristina. Through this fund, the Madrid Campus provides tuition scholarship to a select number of U.S. students from U.S. universities who have been accepted for study on the Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus as “visiting” (i.e. study-abroad) students.

$500 for fall, $300 for spring

The Amy King Fund was established by the family of Amy King in memory of Amy, a former student on the Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus. Through this fund, the Madrid Campus provides tuition scholarship to a select number of non-U.S. students enrolled in non-U.S. universities who have been accepted for study on the Saint Louis University – Madrid Campus as “visiting” (i.e. study-abroad) students.

$500 for fall, $300 for spring

Winterline

5 scholarships available across 1 program

A needs-based award requiring parents’ or legal guardian’s financial information and demonstration of student’s motivation.

$10,000

A combined needs- and merit-based scholarship awarded to students who show exceptional promise; all tuition/program costs are covered. This award may not be combined with other discounts or scholarships. (The student is responsible for covering the costs of travel, food, lodging, and related expenses.)

$25,000

A work-study scholarship for students who commit to blogging and posting photos and videos while on the program to support Winterline’s outreach efforts. Applicants must demonstrate writing ability.

$5,000

A work-study scholarship for students who are capable of and committed to shooting high-quality photography and video footage for Winterline’s exclusive use. Applicants must demonstrate photography proficiency.

$5,000

This annual fellowship is given exclusively to one Winterline Global Skills Program student from the Woodstock School (in India) and covers all costs except roundtrip travel to/from the program, travel during designated breaks (winter and spring), and personal spending money.

$55,000