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Scholarship Chart

There are several scholarship opportunities that may help you finance your study abroad experience. Click here for a detailed list of some of the scholarship opportunities available to you. For more scholarship ideas, you can check out

Please note it is the student's responsibility to have direct discussions with the Financial Aid Office about the implications of receiving a study abroad scholarship. The Center for Global Education is happy to provide you with this information and celebrate with you if you receive an award, but we don't handle the technicalities of your financial situation.

Scholarship Chart

Destination Country
Special Criteria

Bridging Japan

Morgan Stanley Japan Economics or Intl. Finance Majors Only

National Security Education Program (NSEP) Countries “critical to US national security” (not western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand). Applicable to Chile, Mexico, Czech Republic, China, Japan, and Thailand among others. Students who agree to seek employment with a U.S. national security agency after graduation

Gilman Intl. “non-traditional” countries outside western Europe and Australia Underrepresented students (of diverse ethnic backgrounds, with disabilities, or of nontraditional ages) and/or students with high financial need in underrepresented majors (such as sciences and engineering). Students must be receiving Federal Pell Grant at the time of application.

Ohio Foreign Language Association non-English speaking country Must be enrolled in a teacher licensure program and plan to teach in Ohio for 2 years after licensure

Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Anywhere