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Study Abroad Scholarship Listing_For 2017-18
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This list is meant to be a helpful guide. Students are responsible to verify all scholarship details such as eligibility criteria, benefits, application procedures, and deadlines.
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Links to external websites are for your convenience and do not constitute an official endorsement or approval of any website, product, service, or scholarship.
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CountryScholarship NameEligibilityEstimate of BenefitsApproximate # of scholarships awardedAdministered by a UC Office or Dept?ApplyDeadline
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AllFund for Education Abroad General Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA student.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
Other preferred qualities:
• Rigorous & immersive study abroad program.
• Study of host country language.
• Study abroad in non-traditional destination.
• Student demonstrating financial need.
• Student from traditionally underrepresented cohorts in study abroad (minorities, first generation college students, community college students, students with disabilities, student athletes, veterans, returning learners, etc.).
• up to $10,000 for year
• $5,000 for semester
• $1,250+ for summer
• up to 40• noApply Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year programs.A
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AllFund for Education Abroad Rainbow Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA student.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
• LGBTQI student.
• not listed• not listed• noApply Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year programs.A
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AllFund for Education Abroad Athletes Abroad Scholarsihp• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA students.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
• Student athlete (club, intramural, or varsity).
• not listed• not listed• noApply Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year programs.A
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VietnamFund for Education Abroad Hiliary Echo Douglas Memorial Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA student.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
• Demonstrated love for Vietnam and other cultures, desire to give back to the world community, and contagious love of life.
• Students will not apply directly for this scholarship; a winner will be selected from the Fund for Education Abroad General Scholarship applicant pool.
• not listed• 1• noInfo Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year programs.A
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Mexico, Central America, South America, France, GermanyFund for Education Abroad Jane Gluckmann & Carol Rausch Go Global Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA student.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
• Planning to study abroad in Mexico, Central America, South America, France, or Germany.
• not listed• 1• noInfo Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year programs.A
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AllFund for Education Abroad / STA Travel Start the Adventure Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident, OR DACA student.
• Undergraduate student enrolled in US university/college.
• Planning to study abroad for at least four weeks (30 days).
• Planning to study abroad on a summer program.
• $2,500• 2• noInfo Here!• 1/11/17 for summer 2017 programs.A
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MultipleBoren• U.S. citizen.
• Undergraduate student.
• Studying abroad in an area of the world that is critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad, including: Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded.
• Boren Scholarships promote long term linguistic and cultural immersion, and therefore study abroad proposals for two or more semesters are strongly encouraged.
• Applicants should identify how their study abroad program, as well as their future academic and career goals, will contribute to U.S. national security through special focus on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security.
• Contact Sergio at UCLA IEO for guidance (sergio@ieo.ucla.edu).
• up to $8,000 for a summer program (STEM students only; 8 weeks minimum)
• up to $10,000 for a semester
• up to $20,000 for a full academic year
•100+• no, though advising is available through UCLA IEO (email sergio@ieo.ucla.edu) Info Here!• UCLA On-Campus Deadline = 1/23/17 @5:00pm PT for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year 2017-18 programs.
• Boren Online Deadline: 2/9/17 @ 5:00pm  EST for summer 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, & year 2017-18 programs.

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United KingdomPembroke College, Cambridge 1976 Scholarship• Be in the second year or above of your first University of California undergraduate degree at the time of application.
• ≥ 3.5 Cum GPA
• Not have studied abroad during the course of your degree programme, i.e. if you are an international student enrolled in a full-time undergraduate degree course outside your home country you may apply, but if you have already had a short term study abroad experience (e.g. semester, exchange, or vacation programmes) you may not
• Have submitted a PKP programme application by 5.00pm UK local time on Wednesday, 11 January 2017.
• £1,000 tuition waiver• up to 6• noApply Here!•  1/28/17 @ 5:00 pm UK local timeA
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GermanyThe German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Undergraduate Scholarship• Currently second and third year students and will be in their third and fourth year during their stay in Germany.
• Studying in Germany for a 4-10 month period.
• Outstanding academic records and personal integrity.
• Well-defined study, research or internship plans for study in Germany.
• Demonstrated interest in contemporary German and European affairs.
• Enrolled, full-time students in an undergraduate degree-granting program at an accredited North American college or university and will return to the US or Canada after the scholarship period to complete bachelor's degree.
• Scholarship may be granted for a minimum of four (one semester) and a maximum of 10 months (one academic year).
• Scholarship period must take place during the German academic year (Sep 2016 - Jul 2017).
• monthly stipend of approximately 650 EUR, plus additional funds to help defray travel and research expenses as well as health insurance• not listed• noApply Here!• 1/31/17 for fall 2017, spring 2018, & year 2017-18 programs.A
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MultipleUCLA Summer Travel Study Scholarship• Participating in a UCLA Summer Travel Study program (led by UCLA faculty in Summer 2017).
• UC continuing undergraduate student in good academic standing.
• Confirmed participation in a UCLA Summer Travel Study program, with paid $300 deposit or currently waitlisted on a full program.
• Note: this scholaship is NOT applicable to UCEAP programs.
• Full Program Fee (approx. $5,000 value)• not listed • yesApply Here!• 2/10/17 for summer 2017 programs.A
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AllUCEAP Promise Award Scholarship• Open to ALL UC students participating in a UCEAP program.
• Primarily based on academic merit and integration of study abroad into academic and career goals.
• Students with financial need or who are traditionally under-represented in UCEAP programs should include the impact these elements have had on their decision to study abroad. Under-represented students include those who have transferred to UC from a California community college or state university, veterans, first-generation college students, participants in year-long programs, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) majors, and students participating in programs where the majority of classes are taught in a language other than English.
• $1,000 for summer
• $2,000 for fall
• $2,000 for spring
• 500+
• yesApply Here!• 2/15/17 for summer 2017 programs.

• 3/15/17 for fall 2017 and year 2017-18 programs.

• 9/15/17 for spring 2018 & year 2018 programs.
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IndiaUCEAP International Summer School, New Delhi Scholarship• UC undergraduate student.
• Planning to study on the UCEAP International Summer School, New Delhi program.
• Applicants must apply to the UCEAP Promise Award Scholarship first in order to be considered for this India scholarship.
• $420-$1,400• up to 10• yesApply Here!• 2/15/17 for summer 2017 programs.A
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MexicoUCEAP Mexico Scholarship• UC undergraduate student.
• Planning to study abroad on one of the following UCEAP programs: National Autonomouc University of Mexico (UNAM), Field Research Program, or Contemporary Mexico Program.
• Applicants must apply to the UCEAP  Promise Award Scholarship in order to be considered for the UCEAP Mexico Scholarship.
• $2,000• up to 25• yesApply Here!• 2/15/17 for summer 2017 programs.

• 3/15/17 for fall 2017 and year 2017-18 programs.

• 9/15/17 for spring 2018 & year 2018 programs.
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MultipleForeign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship• U.S. citizen or resident.
• UCLA undergraduate or graduate student.
• Application is for Summer 2017 or year 2017-18
• Students must be studying a target foreign language and related area studies.
• Note: currently approved target languages include: Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indonesian, Filipino/Tagalog, Khmer, Thai, Vietnamese, Quechua, Portuguese, Nahuatl, & Advanced Spanish.
• Undergraduate FLAS recipients must be studying a target language at intermediate or advanced level.
• Summer fellowships are for intensive language study only. Students must study in programs that are 6+ weeks in length and 140+ contact hours for beginning or intermediate level language, OR 120+ contact hours for advanced level languge. 
• Year fellowship recipients must take one language course & one area studies course per term for the entire academic year.
• Contact UCLA Asia Insitute (supporting students studying Chinese, Japanese, & Korean), Aaron Miller: armiller@international.ucla.edu.
• Contact UCLA Latin America Institute (supporting students studying Quechua, Portuguese, Nahuatl, & Advanced Spanish), Barbara Gaerlan: bgaerlan@international.ucla.edu.
• Contact UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies (supporting students studying Indonesian, Filipino/Tagalog, Khmer, Thai, & Vietnamese), Veronica Zavala, zavala@international.ucla.edu.

• Summer: $2,500 stipend & up to $5,000 toward tuition & fees.
• Undergraduate year: $5,000 stipend & up to $10,000 toward tuition & fees.
• Graduate year: $15,000 stipend & up to $18,000 toward tuition & fees.

• not listed• yesInfo Here!• 2/22/17 for summer 2017, or year 2017-18 programs.A
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AllUCEAP Blogger Scholarship• UCLA undergraduate or graduate student.
• Participating in a UCEAP program for a summer, quarter, semester, or year.
• ≥ 2.5 GPA.
• Students who are interested in blogging about their study abroad experience.
• $2,500• 13
• yesApply Here!• 2/27/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & 2017-18 year programs.

• TBA for winter/spring 2018 programs.
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AllUCEAP Global Communities Scholarship• UCLA undergraduate or graduate student.
• Participating in a UCEAP program for a summer, quarter, semester, or year.
• ≥ 2.5 GPA.
• Demonstrate financial need.
• $1,700• 35• yesApply Here!• 2/27/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & 2017-18 year programs.

• TBA for winter/spring 2018 programs.
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MultipleUCEAP Indigenous Studies Scholarship• Attending a UCEAP program in 2017-18. Preferred program countries include: Australia, Canada, Chile, Ghana, Mexico, New Zealand, & South Africa.
• Demonstrate a strong interest in Native American heritage.
• Undergraduate American Indian Studies majors & minors preferred.
• No significant prior foreign travel experience.
• Financial aid recipient.
• up to $5,000• 1-3• yesApply Here!• 2/27/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs.
• TBA for spring 2018 programs
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UKUK Undergraduate Study Abroad Scholarship• Attending a study abroad program in the UK through: 1) UCEAP or 2) UCLA Summer Travel Study. The UCEAP or UCLA Travel Study program must spend its entire duration in the UK for applicants to be eligible.
• UCLA student.
• ≥ 3.5 GPA at time of application.
• U.S. citizen or resident.
• Financial aid recipient.
• Applicants should not have previously studied abroad nor have significant foreign travel experience.
• $1,500-$2,250• 3-5• yesApply Here!• 2/27/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs.
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MultipleInternship Scholarship• Details TBA• TBA• TBA• yesApply Here!• 2/27/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs.
• TBA for spring 2018 programs
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SwedenStandard Filter Corporation Swedish Educational and Cultural Honorarium (SECH) Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident.
• Studying abroad in Sweden.
• ≥ 3.25 Cum GPA.
• Undertaking Swedish educational and cultural activities, which broadly includes areas such as history, political science, sociology, language, literature, arts and sciences.
• $3,000• 1-2• noApply Here!• 2/28/17 for upcoming programs.A
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AsiaFreeman-Asia Scholarship U.S. citizens or residents.
• Undergraduate students.
•  ≥ 2.8 Cum GPA.
• Plans to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia (Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Phillippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam).
• Minimum study abroad program length = 8+ weeks for summer, 10+ weeks for quarter, or 12+ weeks for semester.
• Demonstrated financial need.
• Little or no previous expreienc in the country you plan to study abroad in.
 • Summer: up to $3,000.
• Qtr/Sem: up to $5,000.
• Year: up to $7,000.
• not listed• noApply Here!• TBA; tentatively late Feb for summer 2017 programs.
•TBA; tentatively early April for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.
• TBA; tentatively mid October for spring 2018 programs.
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AllDuttenhaver Scholars ProgramMust meet all these criteria:
• Currently enrolled at UC.
• Plan to study on a year-long UCEAP program and ultimately be selected.
• Demonstrate high merit.
• ≥ 3.0 GPA at time of application.
• Demonstrate financial need.
Must also meet at least one of the following highly preferred criteria:
• At least two years of course work in the language of the host country, or the equivalent, by the time of departure.
• Course work in subjects related to the host region, such as literature, culture, politics, etc.
• Academic major that corresponds to the academic strength of the host institution (to ensure that academics are enhanced by study at the host institution).

• $5,000• 25+• yesApply Here!• 3/1/17 for year 2017-18 programs.

• 10/1/17  for year 2018 programs.
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FranceDan Wise Memorial ScholarshipMust meet all these criteria:
• Currently enrolled at UC.
• Plan to study on a year-long UCEAP program in France and ultimately be selected.
• No previous study abroad experience.
• Demonstrate high merit.
• ≥ 3.0 GPA at time of application.
• Demonstrate financial need.
Must also meet at least one of the following highly preferred criteria:
• At least two years of course work in the language of the host country, or the equivalent, by the time of departure.
• Course work in subjects related to the host region, such as literature, culture, politics, etc.
• Academic major that corresponds to the academic strength of the host institution (to ensure that academics are enhanced by study at the host institution).

• $5,000• 8• yesApply Here!• 3/1/17  for year 2017-18 programs.A
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Botswana, Brazil, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic , Jordan, Morocco, Russia, Senegal, TanzaniaCouncil of International Education & Exchange (CIEE) Scholarship• Must be studying abroad on a CIEE program.
• 2 types of CIEE Scholarships: Need-Based & Merit.
• Need-based scholarships are  offered for all terms (summer, fall, spring, year) and are issued on a rolling basis, first-come, first served.  Apply early!
• Merit-based scholarships are offered for semester or year terms and are evaluated after application deadline.

• Ranges from $1,000- $5,000 depending on scholarship• not listed• noInfo Here!• Rolling basis for need-based; apply early!
• 3/1/17 for fall 2017 merit-based.
• 10/1/17 for spring 2018 merit-based.
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AllBenjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship• U.S. citizen.
• Undergraduate student.
• Must be receiving Federal Pell Grant or provide proof will be receiving Pell Grant at the time of application or during study abroad term.
• Applying to or accepted into study abroad program or internship eligible for credit by the student's accredited institution of higher education in the U.S.
• Studying or interning abroad for at least four weeks (28 days) in one country. Programs going to more than one country are eligible if the student will be studying in one country for at least four consecutive weeks.
• Studying abroad in any country except Cuba or a country on the U.S. Department of State's current Travel Warning list.
• Can only receive the Gilman scholarship once.
• Scholarship aims to encourage students to choose non-traditional study abroad destinations (esp those outside Western Europe, Australia, & NZ)
• Scholarship aims to support students who have been traditionally under-represented in study abroad (including but not limited to, students with high financial need, community college students, students in underrepresented fields such as the sciences and engineering, students with diverse ethnic backgrounds, and students with disabilities).
• Students who apply for and receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship and are studying a critical need language while abroad will automatically be considered for the Critical Need Language Award for a total possible award of up to $8,000. Critical Need Languages: Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi,  Russian, Swahili, Turkish, Urdu.

• Up to $5,000
• Amounts vary by length of study and financial need
• Average award is $4,000
• 2,800+• noApply Here!• 3/7/17 11:59pm Central Time for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs

• 10/3/17 11:59pm Central Time for spring 2018 & year 2018 programs

• note: there are also early bird application deadlines that allow your app to be evaluated in an earlier round.
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AllTerry & Suzan Kramer Global Leadership Scholarship• ≥  3.25 Cum GPA.
• UCLA student.
• Financial aid recipient.
• Participating in UCLA Summer Travel Study or UCEAP program.  Language programs are ineligible.
• $1,800• 5• yesApply Here!• 3/15/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017, & Year 2017-18 programs.A
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IsraelHarry C. Sigman Scholarship• UCLA undergraduate student or law student.
• Attending a semester or year program at an institution of higher education in Israel.
• Undergrads who expect to complete one full-time year at UCLA after returning from Israel.
• Minimum 3.0 cum GPA.
• Preference given to students with no prior experience living or studying in Israel for a period > 4 weeks.
• $3,000• not listed• yesApply Here!• 3/15/17 for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• TBA. Tentatively early October for spring 2018 programs.
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IsraelMudie-Glaser Scholarship• UCLA undergraduate student.
• Participating in study abroad program at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
• ≥ 3.0 Cum GPA.
• Preference given to students with no prior experience living or studying in Israel for a period > 4 weeks.
• up to $2,000• not listed• yesApply Here!• 3/15/17 for summer 2017, fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• TBA. Tentatively early October for spring 2018 programs.
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MoroccoAMIDEAST Education Abroad Need-Based Scholaships• Participants on AMIDEAST programs.
• Citizen or permanent residents of the U.S.
• Preference given to students who meet one or more of the following criteria: first generation college student, serious financial need, academic excellence, etc.
$500 - $3,000• not listed• noApply Here!• 3/15/17 for summer 2017 programs.A
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AllDiversity Network Summer Scholarship• Undergraduate student.
• Participating on summer study abroad program.
• ≥ 2.75 Cum GPA
• Be an enrolled student at a Diversity Network member institution (Note: UCLA is a member).
• Economically disadvantaged students, African-American/Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Multiracial/ethnic or Indigenous/Native-American, LGBTQ, students with disabilities, and first generation college students strongly encouraged to apply.
• $1,000• 2• noInfo Here!• 4/7/17 for summer 2017 programs.
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IsraelMasa Universal Grant• Applicant must be of Jewish descent.
• Graduate of a secondary school and/or be 18-30 years old.
• Not have Israeli citizenship OR if you do, you must have left Israel before the age of 14 and have lived outside of Israel for at least four consecutive years prior to receiving your grant.
• Not have been on an organized program (including an academic program) of more than four months in Israel since September 2004.
• Not have spent 4 consecutive months or longer in Israel within the 24 month period prior to the start of your chosen Masa program after the age of 18.
• Students who meet the requirements of the Universal Grant can also apply for additional need based scholarships depending on their country of origin and income.
• Eligible students may be offered an additional $3,000 in need based scholarships.
• $1,000 for universal grant
• up $3,000 for need based scholarship
• not listed• noContact aplatt@ieo.ucla.edu for details.‎• Rolling basis. Apply early!A
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IsraelIsrael Scholarship• U.S. citizen or resident.
• Applicants must be of Hispanic descent.
• Studying abroad in Israel for summer, semester, or year.
• Contact: becaisrael.gov@gmail.com
• $1,500 for summer or semester
• $3,000 for year
• not listed• noApply Here!• TBA for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs.
• TBA for Spring 2018 programs; tentatively 10/1/17.
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IrelandTrinity College Dublin Study Abroad Scholarship• Studying abroad at Trinity College Dublin.
• 2 types of scholarships: Full Year Scholarship & Generation Study Abroad Travel Grant.
• ≥ 3.3 Cum GPA.
• Successful candidates must agree to blog & act as an ambassasdor upon return to home campus.
• Email Application to study.abroad@tcd.ie with Subject: Trinity College Dublin Full Year Scholarships or Subject: Trinity College Dublin Generation Study Abroad Travel Grant.
• €1,500 for full year scholarship
• €2,000 for travel grant scholarship
• 6 for full year scholarship
• 2 for travel grant scholarship
• noApply Here!• TBA for full year scholarship; tentatively early April  for year 2017-18 programs.
• TBA for travel grant; tenatively early April for fall 2017, year 2017-18 and early October for Spring 2018 programs.
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JapanBridging Scholarship• U.S. citizen.
• Undergraduate student.
• Any major eligible.
• Studying abroad on semester or year-long program in Japan. Students on summer programs abroad are not eligible.
• Note: applications materials must be mailed & received by the application deadline. Application deadline is not a postmark deadline!
• $ 2,500 for semester
• $4,000 for year
• 100• noApply Here!• 4/11/17 for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• TBA for spring 2018 programs; tenatively early October 2017.
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JapanMorgan Stanley Scholarship• Junior or Senior undergraduate student with interest in economics or international finance.
• Any major eligible.
• Studying abroad on semester or year-long program in Japan. Students on summer programs abroad are not eligible.
• Applicants should complete the Bridging Scholarship application + submit a 3-5 page essay on a specified topic.
• Note: applications materials must be mailed & received by the application deadline. Application deadline is not a postmark deadline!
• $7,500• 2• noApply Here!• 4/11/17 for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• TBA for spring 2018 programs; tenatively early October 2017
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JapanHitotsubashi Scholarship• Participating in UCEAP Hitotsubashi University Year 2017-18 program.
• Select UC students will be nominated by UCEAP & Hitotsubashi for this scholarship.
300,000 JPY (approx. $2,500 USD)• 3• noUCEAP will contact students directly with instructions or nomination. n/aA
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New ZealandGeneration Study Abroad Excellence and Travel Awards• U.S. citizen or resident.
• ≥18 years old.
• ≥ 3.0 Cum GPA.
• Sophomore class standing or above.
• Education New Zealand Study Abroad Travel Awards (ENZTA) offer US$2,000 to help students fund their flight to New Zealand.
• Generation Study Abroad New Zealand Universities Excellence Awards (NZUEA) offer US$500 for study at one of the eight New Zealand universities.
• $2,000
• $500
• not listed• noApply Here!• 4/30/17 for fall 2017 programs.
• TBA for spring 2018 & year 2018 programs; tentatively early December.
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SwedenAmerican Women’s Club in Sweden - Jessie Lokrantz Scholarship• U.S. citizen.
• Studying abroad in Sweden for at least one year.
• Males and females are both eligible.
• $1,000• not listed• noApply Here!• 4/30/17 for year 2017-18 programs.A
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AllGo Overseas Study Abroad Scholarship• Undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in US.
• U.S. citizen or international student.
• All majors are welcome.
• Scholarship may be applied to any study abroad program within 1 year of receiving award.
• Next application round is expected to open in January 2017.
• $500• 1• noApply Here!• TBA for summer 2017, fall 2017, & year 2017-18 programs; tentatively early May .

• TBA for spring 2018 programs; tentatively early Dec. 
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IsraelBGU Undergraduate Research Travel Grant• Participating in semester or year-long program at Ben-Gurion Universities Overseas Student Program.
• Currently enrolled as undergraduate students at accredited U.S. or Canada university.
• Above-average academic standing, with ≥ 3.0 GPA.
• Submit scholarship materials along with BGU study abroad application.
• More info: http://www.bgustudyabroad.org/osp/admissions-tuition/financial-aid.html.
• $2,500 • 2• noInfo Here!• 5/1/17 for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• 11/1/17 for spring 2018 programs.
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IsraelBGU Ginsburg Scholarship Program• Participating in semester or year-long program at Ben-Gurion Universities Overseas Student Program.
• Scholarship awards are based on economic need.  "Substantial amount of funding available."
• Submit scholarship materials along with BGU study abroad application.
• More info: http://www.bgustudyabroad.org/osp/admissions-tuition/financial-aid.html.
• not listed• not listed• noInfo Here!• 5/1/17 for fall 2017 & year 2017-18 programs.

• 11/1/17 for spring 2018 programs.
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IsraelBGU The Fine Family Scholarship• Canadian citizen.
• Participating in semester or year-long program at Ben-Gurion Universities Overseas Student Program.
• For info, email the Canadian Associates, Ben-Gurion University (bgutoronto@bengurion.ca) or the OSP office (osp@bgustudyabroad.org) in New York.
• not listed• not listed• noInfo Here!• TBA.A
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FranceFrench Foundation of California Education Abroad Awards• UCLA French majors.
• Participating on study abroad program in France through UCEAP.
• Not born in France.
• No prior visits to France.
• Have completed two years of coursework in French at UCLA.
• up to $2,000• 5• yesInfo Here!• TBA; tentatively early May for fall 2017, spring 2018, or year 2017-18 programs.A
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UKThe Snowdon Trust Grant for Students with Disabilities• Students with a physical or sensory disability.
• Students of all nationalities may apply.
• Must be studying at university in the UK.
• Grant is to assist with disability-related costs that are not fully provided for you from available statutory funding.
• £250 - £3,000• not listed. The charity awards around £180,000 total each year.• noApply Here!• 5/31/17 or 8/31/17 for fall 2017, spring 2018, & year 2017-18 programs.
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DenmarkUpper Midwest Rebild Scholarship Corporation• U.S. citizen or resident.
• Undergraduate student.
• Participating on a fall or spring semester program in Denmark during the academic calendar year.
• Share highlights of their experiences living and studying in Denmark to the scholarship corporation upon return.
• Application opens 3/15/17.
• $1,000-$3,000• 1• noInfo Here!• 6/5/17 for fall 2017, spring 2018, or year 2017-18 programs.A
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UKBritish Universities Transatlantic Exchange (BUTEX) Association Scholarships• All undergraduate students who are affiliated to a BUTEX institution; you may be affiliated as an incoming or an outgoing study abroad student. Check out the affiliated institutions: http://www.butex.ac.uk/members/list-of-members/.
• Sample BUTEX affiliated unis: University of the Arts London, University of Bristol, University of East Anglia, University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow, University of Kent, King's College London, University of Leeds, University of London Queen Mary, University of London Royal Holloway, University of Sussex, University College London, University of Warwick.
• Must have been offered a study abroad or exchange place which is not eligible for an ERASMUS grant.
• Study abroad must be for a minimum of one semester. Summer programs are not eligible.
• Study abroad or exchange placement must be for the UK academic year 2017-2018 (between July 2017 and August 2018).
• £500• not listed• noApply Here!• 6/15/17 for fall 2017, spring 2018, & year 2017-18 programs.A
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UKAssociation of American Study Abroad Programs (AASAP) Lord Acton Memorial Scholarship• Undergraduate student.
• ≥ 3.0 Cum GPA.
• Participating on an AASAP/UK affiliated study abroad program (UCEAP is an AASAP/UK full member institution; see http://www.aasapuk.org/members.php for a list of current members).
• This is a merit based scholarship while will be awarded to the applicant who demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of the value of an international educational experience and who agrees to share with AASAP/UK members the ways in which the scholarship has helped to fulfil their academic and personal ambitions
• £500 for semester
• £1,000 for year
• 1• noInfo Here!• TBA; tentatively early July.A
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AllUCEAP Undergraduate Research AwardFormer or current UCEAP students may apply for the UCEAP undergraduate research awards provided that they:
• Conducted research in any academic discipline as an undergraduate student on a UCEAP program.
• Will have completed a final paper based on that research by the end of spring term 2017. Projects completed after this date may be submitted for consideration in the following year's scholarship round.
• Have been an enrolled UC student within six months of the application deadline.
Research in any academic discipline is eligible for these awards.

Awards are offered in three disciplinary areas: the humanities, social sciences, and sciences and engineering.
• $1,000• 3• yesApply Here!• 8/1/17.A
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TurkeyStudy Abroad Turkey Scholarship for Minority Students• U.S. citizen or resident.
• Undergraduate (graduates may be considered).
• Studying abroad in Turkey for a Summer, Semester, or Year.
• Minority students of African, Armenian, Bosnian, Filipino, Hispanic, Macedonian or Native American descent.
• Willing to share experiences in Turkey with DiversityAbroad.com and Turkish Coalition of America (TCA) community, especially via TCA's facebook: www.facebook.com/TurkishCoalitionofAmerica.

• Visit http://www.tc-america.org/scholarship/studyabroad.pdf.

• $500 - $2,000• up to 100• noApply Here!• Rolling basis. Apply early!A
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JapanAmerican Association of Japanese University Women (AAJUW) Scholarship• Female.
• Jr, Sr, or Gr student in 2017-18 academic year.
• Demonstrate desire and intent to fulfill a leadership role in chosen field of study and be a contributor to betterment of the U.S.-Japan relations and cultural exchanges.
• Not previously received an AAJUW scholarship.
• More info: http://www.aajuw.org/new-page-3.

• $2,000• 1-3• noApply Here!• TBA; tentatively 9/30/17.A
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AllPaul Duttenhaver Extension Scholarship ProgramMust meet all these criteria:
• Currently enrolled at UC.
• Currently studying on a UCEAP quarter or semester abroad & recently have extended the UCEAP program to a full year program.
• Demonstrate high merit.
• ≥ 3.0 GPA requirement at time of application.
• Demonstrate financial need.
Must also meet at least one of the following highly preferred criteria:
• At least two years of course work in the language of the host country, or the equivalent, by the time of departure.
• Course work in subjects related to the host region, such as literature, culture, politics, etc.
• Academic major that corresponds to the academic strength of the host institution (to ensure that academics are enhanced by study at the host institution).

• $2,500• 6• yesApply Here!• 10/1/17 for extension from fall 2017 to year 2017-18.

• 3/1/17 for extension from spring 2018 to year 2018.

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JapanJapan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Scholarship for Short-Term Study in Japan• Students with Japanese passports are not eligible.
• All applications MUST be processed through the Japanese university; direct applications will not be accepted.
• JASSO allocates a certain number of scholarships for each Japanese university. Within that quota, Japanese universities nominate study abroad students to apply for the scholarship.
• If available, application instructions will be provided to you by UCEAP after acceptance into your UCEAP program.
• Application deadlines for students will differ at each university.
• 80,000 Japanese yen (approx $675/month) monthly stipend for unspecified # of months (most likely for duration of program).
• Varies by each Japanese University.• noInfo Here!• Varies; TBA.A
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JapanJapanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship• There are 7 types of MEXT scholarships for 1. Research students, 2. Teacher training students, 3. Undergraduate university students, 4. Japanese studies students, 5. College of technology students, 6. Special training college students, 7. Young Leaders’ Program (YLP) students. See requirements & benefits at: http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/toj/toj0306e.html. Students most often are eligible for the “Research students,” “Undergraduate university students,” or “Japanese studies students” scholarship.
• To apply, you must be recommended by either: 1) The Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles, or 2) The Japanese university that you are accepted to.
• See: http://www.uni.international.mext.go.jp/scholarship/mext/.

• 4,042 for research student
• 460 for undergraduate student
• 190 for Japanese Studies students
• no• Apply through your Japanese university - if nominated, instructions will be provided to you after UCEAP placement.

• Varies; TBA.A
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AllNational Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) Scholarships• NSCS member in good standing.
• ≥ 3.4 GPA.
• Must have a completed member profile. Visit https://mynscs.secure.force.com/NSCSProfile to log in and complete your profile now.
• Multiple scholarships.
• Varies
• not listed• noApply Here!• Varies.A
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AllGolden Key International Honour Society Scholarships• Golden Key Society member.
• Multiple scholarships.
• Varies• not listed• noApply Here!• Varies.A
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Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, PeruLIV Fund Scholarship• Planning to study, intern, or volunteer in one of the following Latin American countries: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, & Venezuela.
• 18+ years old.
• May apply beginning 6 months before your program start date.
• $500• 24• noApply Here!• Rolling basis. Apply now! 2 scholarships issued per month.A
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JapanFriends of Utokyo, Inc. Award• UC student attending UCEAP Summer Research Program at Univ. of Tokyo
• Follow instructions given on your Pre-Departure Checlist
• up to $4,000• 20• noApply Here!• TBA.A
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New ZealandGo Overseas Study Abroad Scholarship• Students planning to study abroad in New Zealand.
• A stand-out New Zealand-inspired photo and insightful essay are key features of this scholarship app.
• Read all about it: http://www.gooverseas.com/blog/could-you-really-study-abroad-in-new-zealand-for-free
• $15,000 NZD + RT airfare• 1• noApply Here!• TBA; tentatively early October.A
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MultipleUCEAP 2017-18 Programs Scholarships• UCEAP students who participate in the following programs in 2017-18 will enjoy a special one-time automatic scholarship of $2000:

AUSTRALIA & SOLOMON ISLANDS
• Pacific Island Environmental & Community Health (spring)
BARBADOS
• University of the West Indies (fall or spring)
CHINA
• Peking University (fall)
• Shanhai JiaoTong University, Joint Institute (fall)
FRANCE
•Fall programs which begin with Paris summer language program (Pre-ILP) at University of Bordeaux or University of Lyon
GERMANY
• Free University Berlin (fall or spring)
• Humboldt University Berlin (fall or spring)
• Technical University Berlin (fall or spring)
GHANA
• University of Ghana (fall or spring)
HONG KONG
• Chinese University of Hong Kong (fall)
INDIA
• Semester in Mumbai with Internship (fall)
ITALY
• University of Bologna (fall w/ Florence summer language program, Pre-ILP)
• University of Bologna (spring)
JORDAN
• Advanced Arabic Language (fall or spring)
• Arabic Language & Culture (fall or spring)
• Diplomacy & Policy Studies (fall or spring)
MEXICO
• Leadership in Social Justice & Public Policy, Mexico & Sacramento
MOROCCO
• Intensive Arabic, Rabat (summer)
• Arabic Language & Culture, Rabat (fall)
SPAIN
• Language & Culture, University of Cordoba (fall or spring)
TAIWAN
• National Taiwan University (fall)
UNITED KINGDOM
• Sotheby's Institute of Art, London (fall)
• Intern Scotland
• $2,000• unlisted• yesInfo Here!• Scholarship is automatically applied to your MyEAP budget and/or account.A
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MultipleUCEAP 2017-18 Programs ScholarshipsUCEAP students who participate in the following programs in 2017-18 will enjoy a special one-time automatic scholarship of $1,000:
IRELAND
• Science & Engineering Summer in Dublin, chemistry track (summer)
ISRAEL
• Hebrew University of Jerusalem (summer)
UNITED KINGDOM
• Science Summer School in Glasgow, math track (summer)
• Science Summer School in Glasgow, physics for engineers or physical science majors track (summer)
• $1,000• unlisted• yesInfo Here!• Scholarship will automatically be applied to your MyEAP budget and/or account.A
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AllUCEAP Year Abroad ScholarshipUCEAP students who participate in a year-long program in 2017-18 will enjoy a special one-time automatic scholarship of $2,000.• $2,000• unlisted• yesInfo Here!• Scholarship  will automatically be applied to your MyEAP budget and/or account.A
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AllSTA Travel Study Start the Adventure Scholarship• U.S. citizen at North American college or university.
• Students will apply for this scholarship through the Foundation for Global Scholars 'regular' application channel, which will allow applicants to be considered for further scholarships.
• $2,500• 2• noApply Here!• TBA.
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AllFoundation for Global Scholars GRIT Program• US citizen.
• 18-30 years of age.
• Participant in a study abroad program that is 28+ days in length.
• Note: The GRIT (Globally Remarkable Intentional Talent) Program is a leadership development program for young adults aspiring to become conscious global leaders. GRIT includes a scholarship component . If selected, GRIT Scholars must complete all 4 components of the GRIT program: 1. Summit, 2. International Experience, 3. Project, 4. Ongoing Mentorship.
• $2,000• not listed• noApply Here!• 2/19/16 for students studying in the 2016-17 academic year.?
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IrelandGo Overseas Study Abroad Scholarship• Planning to study abroad in Ireland.• $15,000
• RT airfare
• 2• noApply Here!• 3/4/16 for summer 2016, fall 2016, spring 2017, and year 2016-17 programs.?
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AllHostelling International (HI) Travel Grant• 17 - 26 years old.
• Live within the greater Los Angeles area (Kern, Los Angeles, northern Orange, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties).
• Use at least one of the approved media to communicate his/her experiences (art, photography, film, and/or writing).
• Submit HI-USA proposal and application describing the medium(s) that will best demonstrate the achievement of his/her personal goals, as well as a plan to communicate with the Los Angeles Council during and after the trip.
• If selected, provide periodic updates on his/her travels throughout the trip via email, blog, or other media for publication in Council print and electronic media.
• If selected, submit final material within 90 days of returning from travel for publication in the Council’s newsletter and on its website.
• $1,000• 1• noInfo Here!• TBA. Tentatively 3/16/17.?
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AllGlobal Studies Foundation Grant for Student Travel and Study Abroad• U.S. citizen.
• Global Studies Foundation (GSF) seeks to support a formative experience abroad for the recipient, who also must share this experience with others upon his or her return.
• GSF is particularly interested in funding the study of strategically important countries and languages (as defined by the US Departments of State and Defense).
• Academic merit, program merit, and outreach potential are important criteria.
• Recipients will be expected to acknowledge GSF's support, to report on their experiences, and to work with GSF to share those experiences as widely as possible.
• $1,000• 1• noApply Here!• TBA; tentatively early July for upcoming programs.
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IsraelAlisa Flatow Memorial Scholarship Fund• Participating in a year-long study abroad program in Israel.
• Students with a demonstrated interest in Jewish and Religious Studies are encouraged to apply.
• Priority given to students with financial need.
• not listed• limited• noInfo Here!•  Not accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year.A
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