Study Abroad Fellowships

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International Education Fee Scholarships

The Study Abroad Office administers these fellowships. The awards are funded by a $3 fee assessed each student each semester and are used to support students who wish to do study abroad or research projects.

Application Deadline:
Actual deadlines for this scholarship should be verified with Study Abroad via Global Assist. Estimations based on previous year competitions are listed below.

Spring & Maymester programs: October
Summer: February
Fall: March

Stipend:
Average amount $1200 per student.

Address:
Study Abroad
Campus Mail Code A7000
(512) 471-6490
http://world.utexas.edu/abroad/funding

National Security Education Program (NSEP)

Awards based on merit of student and program are made for different lengths of time depending on student classification status. Funded by the U.S. government they are intended to increase knowledge of less commonly taught languages and cultures. A service agreement of equal time in the federal government is required.

Eligibility:
U. S. citizenship. Grants available for all countries outside of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Undergraduates and graduate students plan their own program of study/research for which they must be able to receive credit at their home institutions. Applicants are encouraged to attend an information session. Call the Study Abroad Office for schedule information.

Application Deadline:
Usually the end of January

Stipend:
Covers tuition, living expenses, health insurance and round-trip transportation up to $8,000 per semester for undergraduates, $10,000 for graduate students

Campus contact:
Study Abroad, Campus Mail Code A7000
Contact Study Abroad Office at (512) 471-6490 or StudyAbroadOffice@austin.utexas.edu

Fulbright (IIE) and Related Grants for Graduate Study and Research Abroad

Awards are usually made for one year of study and research abroad. U.S. government funds administered by the Institute of International Education in New York.

Eligibility:
U.S. citizen, must have B.A. or B.S. by the time of award. Graduating seniors and graduate students plan their own program of study/research. Grants available for almost all countries. Applicants are encouraged to attend an information session.

Campus Deadline: Early September annually.

Stipend:
Usually round-trip transportation, language or orientation courses, tuition, book and research allowances and supplemental health and accident insurance for one year based on the living costs in the host country.

Campus contact:
Study Abroad, Campus Mail Code A7000

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