Who Can Apply:
- Must be enrolled as a degree-seeking undergraduate student on the Twin Cities or Rochester campuses at the time of applying.
- Must be participating in a credit-bearing study abroad program through the Learning Abroad Center or Carlson Global Institute (CGI). Students participating in CGI’s self-designed international experience (IBUS 3999) are eligible to apply.
- Students who obtain college approval to participate in a nonaffiliated program or directed study are eligible.
- Students planning to study abroad after graduation can apply for a scholarship while still a degree-seeking student and use the award for a program during the term immediately following their graduation term, i.e. apply during fall semester to go abroad winter break or spring semester, or apply during spring to go abroad during May or summer.
- Students can apply for any or all of the Learning Abroad Center scholarships (Study Abroad, Diversity, and Financial Need) for which they are eligible. It is possible to be awarded both the Diversity and Financial Need scholarships. Students awarded the Diversity or Financial Need scholarships cannot also receive the Study Abroad scholarship.
- You can receive a maximum of 3 Learning Abroad Center scholarships (Study Abroad, Diversity, Financial Need) during your undergraduate career.
- Graduate students may complete an application and will only be considered for private donor scholarships for which they are eligible
Submission: What motivated you to select your particular study abroad program? Address any academic, career, and/or personal goals that were part of your decision, and expand on one or more of them. (350 words maximum)
- “Academic” goals do not need to be related to your major; we are looking for you to describe how the program coursework and/or components are relevant to your goals.
- Regardless of what type of goal(s) you are focusing on, explain how your goal(s) enhances intellectual learning.
Deadline: February 17, 2021