Going to study abroad does not have to be expensive

There are many ways you can reduce the cost and make studying abroad fit your budget. Here are some things you should know when considering your funding options

  1.  Foundation scholarships may also be available to you. Be sure to research local foundation scholarships from your hometown and contact the foundation to find out more about their application process.
  2. Check with your university’s study abroad department regarding scholarships. Many study abroad departments offer scholarships to their students and have other resources students can explore when considering their funding options.
  3. Be sure to research scholarships that might be offered by your field of study. Many departments at your university could also offer scholarships to students pursing a major in their field.
  4. CLASSPORT gives an opportunity for students to apply to their scholarship program. If selected, the scholarship recipient may receive up to $1,000.00 off their total program cost. To apply, please download our scholarship application below and send to info@classportinc.com.
  5. If you are a U.S citizen and an undergraduate student that receives the Federal Pell Grant at a two or four-year college, and plan to participate in studying abroad or interning abroad, you may be eligible for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. For more information, visit http://www.iie.org/programs/gilman-scholarship-program

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Additional resources

Check out these great websites for additional scholarship opportunities!

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