In an effort to encourage you to study abroad, and to make a study abroad experience more accessible, the OGA prepared the following list of scholarships and resources.

  • Matthew Dalling Scholarship Available to SHU students studying abroad at the SHU in Dingle, Ireland campus during the Winter or May programs. The application will become available once students are accepted into the study abroad program.
  • Welch Experience Tuition Waiver Available to SHU students in the Welch College of Business, the Welch Experience Tuition Waiver covers the cost of tuition for a business course taken while on a summer SHU study abroad program in Dingle, Luxembourg, or the Fashion Brand Marketing course. The Welch Waiver may be applied to each student once.  The application will become available once students are accepted into a study abroad program.  For more information about the Welch waiver please contact Victoria Rosa-Garcia.
  • Thomas More Honors Program Study Abroad Scholarship Available to SHU honors students in the amount of $500.  The application will become available once students are accepted into a study abroad program. For more information about the Honors scholarship, please contact Andrew Lazowski.

*Deadline for Winter program: November 1st; Deadline for May program: March 1st

  • Kiwanis Club & Rotary Club For students who wish to pursue international, service-oriented studies. Check with your local professional club for more information about scholarships or grants they may offer.
  • EuroScholars Scholarships Available to students accepted to the EuroScholars program. All participants with a 3.5 GPA and higher are eligible and automatically considered for an award upon acceptance to a EuroScholars research project.
  • Webster WINS Travel Award Available to students participating in a Webster University study abroad program. The award covers up to $1,000 towards your round-trip airfare. .
  • CIEE GAIN Scholarship Available to students participating in a CIEE study abroad program. You must demonstrate financial and/or otherwise defining barriers to overcome in order to be able to study abroad. Awards range from $1,000–$5,000 depending on duration of study and financial need, and are applied towards your CIEE program fee.
  • NSEP David L. Boren Scholarship Pays for undergraduate students to study in understudied areas of interest to national security. $8,000 to $20,000 depending on duration of study. Comes with federal government service requirement.








  • DAAD Fellowship Study and research grants for summer or school-year study in Berlin. Awards up to $10,000.







  • Halide Edip Adıvar Prize For current undergraduates who have not studied in Turkey. $1000. Open to American and Canadian citizens.

United Kingdom

  • BUTEX Scholarships $1000 for students accepted to study at a member Univ. of the British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association.


  • Carlozzi Family scholarship For women who are residents of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, or Pennsylvania. Must be majoring in journalism or communications.

Critical Language

National Security

Science and Engineering


Foreign Language

African Americans

Native Americans

Asian Americans

Hispanic and Latino/a Americans



  • Point Foundation Provides financial support, leadership training, mentoring and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression.

Minority Scholarships

  • Gates Millennium Scholarship Open to African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic American who are a citizen, national or legal permanent resident of the United States and receive the Pell Grant.
  • Glimpse Scholarship Provides talented writers and photographers with a $600 stipend to complete an independent journalistic work based on their experience abroad.


  • Rotary Ambassadorial and World Peace Scholarships Fund study and language training abroad for undergraduates and masters degrees for graduate students in international studies, peace studies, and conflict resolution to be completed at one of seven Rotary Centers. Ambassadorial grants from $11,000 to $24,000 depending on duration of study.
  • The Pickering Undergraduate Fellowship The program provides funding to participants as they are prepared academically and professionally to enter the United States Department of State Foreign Service. Awards up to 40,000.