Learning Abroad Center

Program-Specific Scholarships for UofM Students

CAPA's Study & Intern Programs

Students studying on Study & Intern programs hosted by CAPA (Barcelona, Dublin, London, and Sydney) are eligible to apply for additional funding opportunities through CAPA, which can be found here. CAPA offers need-based scholarships ranging from $300-$1,000 depending on the program duration, as well as a variety of grants (Blogger and Vlogger, Diversity Advocate, Study Again with CAPA) ranging from $300-$1,000.

Exchange in Norway: University of Oslo & Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Students studying at the University of Oslo or the Norwegian University of Life Sciences are eligible for the Norwegian Centennial Travel Awards for Study Abroad. For more information about the scholarship, including application details and deadlines, visit the College of Biological Sciences', Opportunities in Education.

Freshman Seminars

Students participating in Freshman Seminars who demonstrate financial need are eligible for the Gerald B. & Catherine L. Fischer Freshman Seminar Abroad Scholarship. 10 awards of $1000 will be given annually.

Language Immersion in China

Students on the Language Immersion in China are eligible for CET's regular scholarships. Submit CET scholarship application materials via CET's online application process by March 1.

In addition, the Learning Abroad Center is offering an additional $500 scholarship for all UofM Chinese Flagship students for the Language Immersion in China or CET Harbin summer program. Students must apply by the Learning Abroad Center's February 15 priority application deadline in order to be considered for the CET Flagship scholarship.

University Study in Israel: Hebrew University

The Rothberg International School at Hebrew University of Jerusalem offers merit-based scholarships.

Study Abroad in Denmark, Study Abroad in Sweden, and Summer in Denmark & Sweden (DIS)

Students participating in these programs are eligible to apply for scholarships offered by DIS.