Who Can Apply:
- Recipients must attend a college or university that is a Member or Associate Member of the IES Abroad Consortium. In addition, your home school must have a policy of transferring at least 75% of institutional aid for study abroad.
- Return Requirement: If awarded one of these scholarships, at the conclusion of the IES Abroad program you agree to submit a 1-page statement about your experience abroad, including how it has affected you personally, professionally, and academically and how this scholarship supported your endeavors. Once submitted, this statement becomes property of IES Abroad and excerpts may be used in any/all IES Abroad electronic and printed publications. Additional details and instructions will be emailed to you after your program ends.
- For students on standard programs only. Students on Customized & Faculty-Led programs are not eligible for IES Abroad scholarships.
- Apply to an IES Abroad program
- Complete the IES Abroad Scholarship & Aid Application
- Write a study proposal concerning an urban issue that you intend to study while you are abroad. The project should involve a comparison of an urban issue across two or more cultures. Include a brief annotated bibliography, detail your background reading and provide evidence of prior work in urban studies (e.g. previous projects, relevant courses). You will be prompted to upload this material when you apply for IES Abroad scholarships and aid.
Deadline: May 1, 2022
Learn More: https://www.iesabroad.org/scholarships-aid/adelyn-dougherty-leander-scholarship