WHAT IS EUROSCHOLARS?
EuroScholars is a prestigious study abroad program designed for talented and highly-motivated undergraduate students looking to participate in international research. EuroScholars participants identify an on-going project and join a research team at one of the renowned research universities which make up the EuroScholars Consortium. All research projects are conducted in English unless otherwise specified within the project's description on the EuroScholars project search.
Once accepted into a project, students work with their home and host universities to develop a "learning agreement" for their time abroad, which gives each student the opportunity to create a program tailored to their unique experience, interests and degree requirements.
EuroScholars requires students to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4. Exceptions to this minimum requirement are rarely made, and students should contact ISA before moving forward with an application if they do not currently meet it.
Students should be able to identify at least two research projects of interest on the EuroScholars website. Applicants should be qualified to participate in these projects based on completed coursework and/or specific research experience in the field.
Qualified students should contact ISA's dedicated EuroScholars staff prior to submitting an application. This allows for a review of the finer details of the program and provides an opportunity for students to ask any questions they may have before committing to an application.
Phone: (512) 480-8522
View information regarding the EuroScholars Application Process and submit the preliminary application.
ISA AND EUROSCHOLARS
ISA is the sole EuroScholars North American recruiting and admissions partner. Interested students work with ISA to learn more about the program and receive guidance throughout the application process. Upon acceptance into a specific research project, pre-departure logistics (such as housing and visas) will be actualized between the student and the host university.
Once on site, EuroScholars students receive guidance and support from their host institution coordinator and research project supervisor. At the end of the EuroScholars program, host university transcripts are sent to ISA. ISA's Academic Records department sends one official transcript to the student's home university and one unofficial photocopy to the student's permanent home address.