UGA Sponsored and UGA Program Specific Scholarships
A minimum $500 enhancement will be provided to select UGA undergraduate and graduate students attending a UGA sponsored Education Abroad or exchange program focused on sustainability. These funds are provided through the generous support of family and friends of Brittney Fox Watts to the Brittney Fox Watts Memorial Fund. Deadline once per calendar year, in Fall. Read More
For UGA students pursuing Certificate in International Agriculture only. Read More
For UGA students in CAES enrolled in CAES-sponsored study abroad, international internship or exchange programs. Preference is given to undergraduate students. Applications due in November or March.
Dr. Josef Broder, 102 Conner Hall, 706-542-1611, firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
The Department invites applications for travel awards of up to $1000. Awards are granted for domestic or international conference presentations, or travel necessary for research (such as libraries or other collections, linguistic field work, etc.) . In order to be eligible, applicants must be full-time graduate students in the French program. Preference will be given to doctoral students. If you wish to apply for these funds, please send your application materials to the Graduate Coordinator. Read More
For students enrolled in the UGA College of Education. Read More
For undergraduate/graduate students in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Read More
The Department of Romance Languages French Study Abroad Award is a prize worth up to $1000 (depending on the availability of funding) for French-language study in a French-speaking country. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students at the University of Georgia. The award recipient will be recognized at the Pi Delta Phi ceremony in April.
Spring programs - last Friday before Thanksgiving
Summer & Fall programs - first Monday after Spring Break
Scholarship Contact: Dr. Jonathan Krell, Department of Romance Languages, 241 Gilbert Hall, email@example.com Read More
Each year, the Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies awards several Kicklighter travel grants to students planning to study abroad during the summer or for the entire academic year. The grants normally range from $500-$100 and are intended to encourage study abroad by defraying travel expenses for the student. They are also an academic distinction and are given on a competitive basis. Selection criteria include the student’s overall academic standing, students’ proficiency in German or Russian, course work in the field, and the nature and quality of the program a student plans to attend. Eligible to apply are students with majors or minors in German, Russian, and Germanic & Slavic Languages. Read More
Available for second and third-year Honors students. Awards range from $2500 to $5000. Once a year deadline in Fall. Read More
IAU College, with study abroad programs in Aix-en-Provence, France, is proud to introduce the
Meredith Hope Emerson French Honors Scholarship Program for qualified UGA students interested in a
semester or summer abroad with IAU College. The Scholarship Program, created in memory of Meredith -
who was a former IAU French Honors Student - offers two half-tuition semester scholarships and one
half-tuition summer scholarship for qualified UGA French students enrolled in IAU's French Honors
Program, a comprehensive immersion program for advanced French students.
Two semester scholarships, worth $5,200 each, are available. One award will be given to a UGA student based on merit and the second will be awarded based on financial need. The summer scholarship, worth $2,100, will be awarded based on merit.
Deadlines: Spring Semester Program - November 15
Summer and Fall Semester Program - March 15 Read More
The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute established this $500 award to assist undergraduate students who wish to study abroad in Latin America or the Caribbean.
This award will be given to a student studying abroad during Maymester, Summer, or Fall semester. The student must be an undergraduate who has declared a major, minor or certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Please email Rachel Ward (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested. Refer to the attached PDF for the application.
DEADLINE in March Read More
The Meredith Hope Emerson Memorial Award for Study Abroad was established in 2008 to honor and remember Meredith's love for and excellence in the study of French Language and Culture. The $1000 prize will be awarded for French-language study in a French-speaking country, with preference given to current and former residents of the French Language Community. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students at the University of Georgia. The award recipient will be recognized at the Pi Delta Phi ceremony in April.
Deadlines: Spring Programs – last Friday before Thanksgiving
Summer & Fall Programs – first Monday after Spring Break
Dr. Jonathan Krell, Department of Romance Languages
241 Gilbert Hall, email@example.com Read More
The Modern Languages Scholarship Fund was established in 1976 to provide scholarship money for students majoring in modern foreign languages. The competition is limited to full-time undergraduate students whose declared majors are in the Department of Romance Languages or Foreign Language Education in Romance Languages. Normally four awards of approximately $300 granted to students in study abroad programs in
Summer or Fall.
Deadline: April 2
Scholarship Contact: Dr. Stacey Casado, Head
Department of Romance Languages
210 Gilbert Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
3 Need-based SPIA Scholarships Available:
The School of Public and International Affairs is offering two need-based scholarships of $5,000 for students wishing to participate in SPIA Study Abroad programs. All students with a SPIA major (political science or international affairs) declared before the current term and who have filed a FAFSA form with the Office of Student Financial Aid are eligible to apply.
The eligible programs are:
SPIA at Oxford in spring 2015 or 2016
GLOBIS Verona Program in spring or summer 2015
Political Science China Maymester Program 2015
GLOBIS Stellenbosch Program 2015
GLOBIS Asia Program 2015 Read More
The David L. Thompson Studies Abroad Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. David Lowell Thompson, a former member of the Classics Department faculty. The scholarship is intended to assist undergraduate students who study abroad in the Classics within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Selection criteria are based upon academic excellence, with preference given to majors, minors, and graduate students in the Department of Classics. Recipients of the Thompson Scholarship must enroll in and complete the Study Abroad Program in Rome sponsored by the University of Georgia Department of Classics. Deadline: February 28 Read More
The Linda J. Piper Award for Studies Abroad Fund is a joint fund of the Departments of Classics and History, administered by the Classics Department. The award, established in honor of Professor Linda J. Piper, is to alternate between the Departments of Classics and History with Classics bestowing the award in odd-numbered years. It is intended to assist students to offset expenses, such as tuition, fees, and transportation costs, directly related to study abroad. All students majoring in the Classics Department are eligible to apply for the award. Please see the Graduate Coordinator for more information. Read More
UGA Oxford programs only. See website for application/eligibility details. Read More
UGA Costa Roca programs only. See website for application/eligibility details. Read More
This an International Award made to a UGA Study Abroad Program.
Purpose: To cover a study abroad program’s loss of tuition revenue, making it viable for more UGA graduate students on assistantship to study abroad.
Source: This award is generously funded by the Graduate School under the direction of Dean Maureen Grasso.
Note: Because UGA graduate assistants do not pay tuition for coursework (other than a $25 matriculation fee) and because UGA study abroad programs are often dependent on the tuition revenue generated by the credit hours in order to have the budget “make,” in the past, UGA study abroad programs often simply could not accept students on assistantship. This award provides funds to the program in place of tuition, thereby allowing more study abroad programs to accept graduate assistants and more UGA graduate students to study abroad. As a result, selected students do not receive any funds directly, and the award does not apply to non-UGA programs. Recipients must still pay the regular program fee just as do other graduate students and undergraduates; the program cannot discount or reduce the student's program fees as a result of this award.
Amount of award: An amount equal to either 3 or 6 hours’ tuition, depending on the number of hours for which the student will enroll
How paid: From the Graduate School restricted account, to be paid directly to the study abroad program, on behalf of an individual student
Deadline: March 3rd, 2014 for 2014 Maymester or Summer programs (please send all documents to Dr. Kasee Clifton Laster, Office of International Education, 1324 South Lumpkin Street).
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Program in Cortona, Italy only. For art majors only. Service requirement for come scholarships. Read More
Must be UGA student registered with the Disability Resource Center participating in a UGA faculty-led study abroad program for resident credit.
Deadline: April 30, 2013 for academic year 2013-2014. Read More