Study Abroad Program Provider Scholarships
Program providers offer increasing numbers of scholarships to Georgetown students studying abroad on their programs. Students apply directly to the provider. Scholarships include:
Rotary Scholarships aim to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries. Recipients are expected to be outstanding ambassadors of goodwill through appearances before Rotary clubs, schools, civic organizations and other forums in the host country, and to share their experiences abroad with people in their home countries. Scholarship candidates must be citizens of a country in which there is a Rotary club, and may apply through a Rotary club in their legal or permanent residence (or place of full-time study or employment). Scholarships are available to individuals of all ages, provided the candidate has completed at least two years of university coursework or equivalent professional experience prior to beginning scholarship studies. Applicants for Academic-Year and Multi-Year Ambassadorial Scholarships must be proficient in the language of the proposed host country. Spouses or descendants of Rotarians may not apply.
Application Deadline: Varies
For additional information, contact National Office, Rotary International, Scholarship Department, 1560 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201, Tel: (847) 866-3000.
The Fund for Education Abroad has several scholarships available including general scholarships, the Hiliary Echo Douglas Memorial Scholarship, the Rainbow Scholarship, and the DC Area Scholarship. For more information on eligibility requirements and the application process, please visit their website.
The Go Overseas scholarships provide different funding opportunities for any student hoping to study abroad. Applicants should fill out the applications and submit a creative essay and photo.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship is for sophomores and juniors interested in a career in natural science, math, or engineering. Eligible applicants will be US citizens, or US permanent residents.
The Alexia Foundation offers grants to students and professional photographers to give them the financial ability to produce substantial stories that drive change in the effort to make the world a better place.