Stats and Scholarships
In the last 5 years the number of students studying outside of their home country increased by 40%.
While 1 of every 16 students in sub-Saharan
As globalization through technology continues to bring countries together more closely, the importance of cross-cultural experiences and communication is crucial to moving forward socially and in business. What does this mean for US students? We have a lot of catching up to do! However, the price tag on a global education can often be daunting. Below are a few scholarships to aid you in your path overseas. Many have fast approaching deadlines, so don’t delay!
When: Spring 2008
What: Up to $5,000 for undergraduates. An additional $3,000 for those seeking to study: Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, and specific dialects of Turkic, Persian, and Indic.
When: Spring 2008 and early 2008-2009 Academic Year
What: Up to $3,000 for summer, Up to $5,000 for a quarter/semester, Up to $7,000 for an academic year. All for undergraduates studying in East or Southeast Asia.
What: All expenses for graduate study at a British university.
When: 2008-2009 Academic Year
What: All expenses for graduate studies in
What: All expenses for one year to teach, research or study in over 100 countries. Must have a bachelor’s degree to apply.
Information courtesy of Abroad View Magazine.
Posted by Susannah.