Many US universities and study abroad offices offer scholarships to their students for study abroad. Please check with your home university and use these search engines to find even more great opportunities. In addition, the following is a list of scholarships available through outside organizations. Eligibility requirements vary based on field of study, host country, financial need and student background. Please refer to each scholarship's website for further details.
Recipients are awarded up to $5000 to defray the costs associated with studying abroad.
Funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), these scholarships provide up to $20,000 to undergraduate students from the US to study abroad in areas of the world that are underrepresented in study abroad.
£500 scholarships are awarded each year to currently registered students at US universities who will study abroad at a BUTEX member institution in the UK. (All current ISA UK host universities are members which means all ISA England, Scotland & Northern Ireland students can apply for this scholarship.)
Education New Zealand offers US$2,000 Education New Zealand Study Abroad Travel Awards to help students fund flights to New Zealand.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) invites undergraduate students of all disciplines to apply for scholarships funding study abroad, senior thesis research and/or internships in Germany.
FEA awards funds to students planning to study abroad on academically rigourous programs with a strong preference for underrepresented students. FEA is expanding access to study abroad by raising awareness of its benefits to the individual and value to the collective, and by granting scholarships of up to $10,000.
In addition to the general scholarships, FEA also offers dedicated scholarships. To be eligible for a dedicated scholarship, students must also meet the general FEA scholarship eligibility requirements, and indicate their interest through their application forms. FEA's dedicated scholarships include:
Freeman Awards for Study in Asia
Freeman Awards for Study in Asia (Freeman-ASIA) provides scholarships for U.S. undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia. Freeman-ASIA will fund approximately 400 students over the next two academic years beginning in Summer 2016. The awards range from $3,000 per student for summer study and $5,000 per semester, to a maximum of $7,000 for a full year abroad.
Go Overseas awards one $500 scholarship to a student studying abroad through a photo essay contest.
Go Overseas and Education Ireland are giving away two US$15,000 scholarships towards tuition to study abroad in Ireland. This scholarship includes an accommodation stipend and round-trip flight to Ireland. Apply for one undergrad semester abroad or a full year master's degree.
Generation Study Abroad New Zealand Universities Excellence Awards (NZUEA) offer US$500 for study at one of the eight New Zealand universities.
The Hispanic College Fund reaches out to Latino college students in need.
Hostelling International USA (HI USA) is committed to creating a more tolerant world, and these scholarships create a whole new breed of young travelers inspired to make the world a better place, but lack the financial means to go abroad. Recipients of the scholarship receive $2,000 to help finance their international trip as long as they have an educational or service component to their itinerary.
The Live Like Ally Foundation awards multiple scholarships to students between 15 and 23 years old who intend to intern, volunteer, or participate in a service learning project while abroad. Live Like Ally is a memorial to Allison Willen, who was studying abroad in Dunedin, New Zealand, when she tragically passed away. Ally's love for people, for nature and for life has led her family to create the foundation, which seeks to give other students the opportunity to discover the world and impact it for the better, as Ally did.
One £1,000 scholarship is awarded each year to currently registered students at US universities who will study abroad for at least one semester at a AASAP/UK member institution. There is only 1 application deadline for an entire academic year and it usually falls in April. (Currently only the University of Westminster, Queen Mary, University of London, University of Reading and Kingston University are members).
The National Italian American Foundation awards scholarships and grants to outstanding Italian-American students on the basis of academic merit.
Fifty $1,000 grants are awarded each year to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad.
Ambassadorial scholarships offered through local Rotary clubs.
SCSF provides need-based grants ranging from $1500 to $2500.
STA has created two $2500 scholarships for students for a study abroad program. These awards are part of STA Travel's mission to make international education accessible.
Tortuga Backpacks offer a $1,000 study abroad scholarship and one travel backpack. Two scholarships are offered each year, one for the spring semester and one for the fall semester.
The Turkish Coalition of America provides up to 100 scholarships per year to students who have minority or heritage backgrounds. These scholarships are awarded to eligible undergraduate and graduate students who have been accepted to a language program or university study abroad program in Turkey, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), or Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
UNCF offers an array of scholarship programs from the nation's largest minority education organization.
Take a photo that captures what you learned from studying abroad, write a short description of 100-200 words, and you could win a $500.00 college scholarship!
The Bridging Project offers scholarships to American undergraduate students participating in study-abroad programs in Japan, assisting with the travel and living expenses students will incur while studying abroad in Japan for a semester or an academic year.
The Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) is one of the largest grant making organizations directly supporting Jewish students in financial need to enter further education or studying for full-time degrees at universities in the United Kingdom.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students and young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide. The program currently awards approximately 1,900 grants annually in all fields of study, and operates in more than 140 countries worldwide.
Offers a number of scholarships to be used for educational expenses in all fields of study.
The Humane Studies Fellowship is a non-residency fellowship program that awards up to $15,000 per year.
Rewards a select number of deserving students for their academic and personal achievements. The scholarship is designed for high school juniors or seniors, college/university students and graduate school students.
Marshall Scholarships allow up to 40 young Americans to study a graduate level degree in any discipline and at any institution in the United Kingdom.
Postgraduate students are eligible to apply for a Postgrad Solutions Study Bursary. Each bursary is worth £500 and they are open to students from anywhere in the world.
This scholarship is given to an advanced-level undergraduate or a graduate student with an academic and/or research focus in a field related to imaging.
Monthly essay contest that awards $1,000 to eligible participants.
*Please note that these scholarship opportunities are also available to Master's Degree students.