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Study Abroad

Can I afford to Study Abroad?

Student Scholarships for Miami University Summer study abroad credit workshops:

This is available for graduate and undergraduate students. Scholarships Application Review. For more information contact Office of Global Initiatives, 216 MacMillan Hall, 529-8600.

National Security Education Program (NSEP):

This grant is for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students in the following majors, Anthropology, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, English, Environmental Science, Health, History, International Affairs, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Students need to pursue the study of less commonly taught languages and cultures. For more information contact Dr. David Keitges, dkeitges@miamioh.edu Office of International Education, 216 MacMillan Hall, 529-5985.

Havighurst International Minority Scholarship:

Used for study abroad. For more information contact Richard Mennard, study abroad advisor and NSEP campus rep, Office of International Education, 216 MacMillan Hall, 529-5985.

Karen Ostberg Prize:

This program awards grants and scholarships for study abroad. Learn more about the Karen Ostberg Prize.

The Miami University John E. Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg (MUDEC):

This program has scholarships for study abroad. Learn more about study abroad scholarships to Luxembourg.

External Study Abroad Resources

This is a link from the Financial Aid office for outside scholarships. These scholarships are funded by groups and people outside of Miami University.

When you study abroad, you open yourself to a wealth of learning experiences. Study abroad and study away programs plunge you into everyday encounters with difference and discoveries of similarity that expand your horizons, deepen your critical thinking skills, and offer practical lessons in intercultural relations.

Study abroad also helps your employment prospects. From 2006-2009, when only 49% of undergraduates reported finding a job within one year of college, 98% of students who had studied abroad reported finding jobs. And students with study abroad experience reported starting salaries 25% higher than the general student population

The Anthropology Department strongly supports study abroad and study away programs. The Chief Departmental Advisor, the Chair and your faculty mentor will be happy to assist you in applying for any of these study abroad funding opportunities.