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Funding for Study Abroad


Federal financial aid and the HOPE Scholarship are applicable towards the cost of study abroad for Georgia State University students. In addition to these funding sources, there are numerous scholarships and grants available to facilitate your study abroad goals. For details on using financial aid sources for study abroad, scholarship and grant applications or to schedule a visit to a study abroad avisor check out
GSU's Study Abroad Program website here. Following is a list of several, but by no means all, of the scholarships and grants available to Georgia State students for study abroad.


International Education Fee (IEF) Study Abroad Scholarship
The IEF scholarship is funded by the mandatory international education student fee and is available to all Georgia State studenets enrolled in degree or certificate programs who will be earning academic credit while abroad. Available for Maymester, Summer, Fall, Spring and Academic Year programs.For more information click 
here.

U.S. Student Fulbright Scholarships
A funding source for U.S. citizens seeking graduate level education or research opportunities outside the U.S. For more information click
here.

NSEP Boren Undergraduate Study Abroad Scholarships
A federally funded scholarship to encourage career-related skills development in preparation for activities that would lead to opportunities in federal service. For more infromation click
here.

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
A scholarship designed for undergraduate recipients of the Pell Grant. Program restrictions apply to the Summer semester. For more infromation click
here.

Rotary Scholarships
For undergraduates who have completed their first two years of course work. For more information click
here.