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Scholarships & Awards

Funding for Abroad Programs in All Languages:
  • Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship This U.S. Department of State program enables students who are Pell Grant recipients to study or intern abroad. Awards of up to $5,000 are made for up to one academic year. They offer additional funding for Portuguese as a critical need language
  • Experiential Learning Scholarships The Office of Experiential Learning offers scholarships to support students' activities. Awards are in amounts of up to $2,500. All approved Experiential Learning activities and areas are eligible for funding, including study abroad, internships, and research and public service projects.
  • Honors International Scholars Program (HISP) Provides scholarships for Honors students engaging in overseas opportunities by providing scholarships with an average range of $2,500 to $5,000. HISP funding can be used for traditional university-sponsored study abroad programs, university-to-university exchanges, language institutes, internships, and research and public service projects.
  • Modern Languages Scholarship Application Specifically for undergraduates majoring in a Romance Language. 
  • UGA Franklin College Study Abroad Scholarships
    Study abroad scholarships from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.

*Additional funding is continually being sought by program directors, so inquire when you apply about more resources specific to your selected program. Applicants for  competitive funding are strongly encouraged to consult with a current or previous professor about their applications before final submission.

French-specific Study Abroad Funding:
Graduate Student Awards:

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