The China Center provides financial support to University of Minnesota students who will study abroad or participate in an educational program in the Greater China area. Students from all colleges and campuses are eligible to apply. Students may apply for more than one China Center scholarship.
The purpose of the CBS Study Abroad Scholarship is to encourage more CBS students study sciences while abroad. Eligibility for this scholarship includes:
Award amounts for semester or academic year programs are up to $3,000 while awards for summer, winter break, and spring break programs are up to $1500. For information regarding deadlines, essay questions, and application instructions visit the Learning Abroad Center's Online Scholarship Portal.
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This purpose of the Murray & Pearl Rosenberg Award is to provide assistance with travel expenses for CBS undergraduate students who are conducting research or providing humanitarian service abroad. Preference is given to students going to non-English speaking countries, especially developing countries, and working on project or research that have a direct impact on human health. Eligibility for this scholarship includes:
Awards are typically $800–$1,200 and are issued upon completion of the experience. As noted above, awards are given for travel expenses only related to: airfare, bus, taxi,etc. Previous Rosenberg awardees are ineligible to apply. You can find additional details, including application deadlines and the application, on the College of Biological Sciences Murray & Pearl Rosenberg Memorial Award page.
College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) students participating in a study abroad programs are strongly encouraged to apply for CCAPS scholarships. For more information on CCAPS scholarships and to apply, see CCAPS Financial Aid.
The DHA Experience Abroad Scholarship is available to students in one of the following majors: Apparel Design, Graphic Design, Housing Studies, Interior Design, Product Design, or Retail Merchandising. Visit DHA Scholarship.
CEHD offers a general study abroad scholarship as well as a Global Engagement and Global Discovery scholarship for low-income and first-generation students. The scholarships are open to degree-seeking CEHD undergraduate students participating in a study abroad program approved by the University of Minnesota. For more information about the scholarships and to apply visit CEHD Undergraduate Study Abroad Scholarships.
CFANS offers a number of funding opportunities to support study abroad. Vist the CFANS Grants and Scholarship for more information.
The CLA undergraduate internship scholarship program is designed to provide some financial assistance to students participating in unpaid internships. Three times per year the College of Liberal Arts offers internship scholarships of $2,000–$5,000 to already-admitted, degree-seeking undergraduate students in CLA of Sophomore standing or above. For more information about the scholarship and to apply, see CLA Career & Internship Services.
The Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies offers a study abroad scholarship for current undergraduate majors pursuing either Spanish Studies or Spanish-Portuguese Studies. Students must study abroad for at least one semester. One scholarship of $1,000–$2,000 will be awarded. Applications are typically due at the end of April each year. For more information regarding application instructions, contact email@example.com.
The French & Italian Department offers scholarships for students who are looking to study abroad. These scholarships are made available to apply for in early spring semester. Recipients are selected by department faculty members.
The Department of German, Scandinavian & Dutch offers scholarships for students who are looking to study abroad. A variety of scholarship opportunities are available. Recipients are selected by department faculty members.
The Psychology Department offers the Mortensen Study Abroad scholarship for a psychology major studying abroad for a summer, semester, or academic year. Recipients are selected by department faculty members.
The Patricia and Kenneth Puffer Scholarship provides funds to undergraduate Art History majors of high academic standing, in order to encourage and support their intellectual, cultural, and personal growth through foreign travel. The annual deadline is April 15. Award recipients may apply their scholarship funds to any UofM approved Learning Abroad program, to be completed within fifteen months of notification of award (i.e. before Sept 1).
The Institute for Global Studies is offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree students the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships in African, Asian, and International Studies in less commonly taught languages. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and fully matriculated students at the time that the award starts. For more information and application instructions visit the Institute for Global Studies FLAS Fellowship.
University of Minnesota Leadership Minor students participating in eligible programs can apply for this scholarship. For more information about contact the Leadership Minor office.