$100,000+ Awarded to Georgia Tech Study Abroad Students Each Year
The Office of International Education (OIE) administers and awards $100,000+ in study abroad scholarship funding each year. OIE also serves as a resource for scholarships administered by other Georgia Tech departments, national scholarship and fellowship awards, and other non-Georgia Tech funding.
As you begin the process of funding your study abroad experience, we encourage you to:
· Plan ahead, 6 – 12 months in advance of your program departure date
· Research Georgia Tech and non-Georgia Tech scholarship opportunities listed below
· Review your Financial Aid Award
· Create a budget
Alumni Scholarships; Study abroad scholarship funding provided by the generous support of Georgia Tech Alumni, including the Class of 1957, Class of 1962, Class of 1968, and Class of 1983. Apply online via the OIE-Administered Application Form.
Baden-Wurttemberg Scholarship; Funding amount varies and students are nominated by the University of Stuttgart. Participants on the Germany - Stuttgart Exchange/Work Abroad Program will be considered.
Bobby Jones Fellowship; Administered by the Office of International Education. Provides funding for a one-year Masters degree program at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Graduating seniors and recent graduates in Physics and ECE are eligible to apply.
Boren Awards; Funding for undergraduate and graduate US students studying abroad in areas of the world that are critical to US interests and underrepresented in study abroad.
Bridging Scholarship; Funding for American students who will participate in fall or spring semester study abroad program in Japan.
Campoamor Scholarship; Administered by the School of Modern Languages. Award amounts vary. Applications are due by March 30th and awarded in the spring semester.
Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program; Fellowship funding for graduate study, in preparation for US Department of State foreign service.
Chinese Government Scholarships; Administered by the School of Modern Languages providing full-ride scholarship support for students studying at a Chinese University for an academic year.
Coca-Cola Foundation "100,000 Strong" Scholarship for China; Administered by the Office of International Education, in collaboration with the School of Modern Languages, the Office of Minority Education Development, and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. Student who have applied or will apply to an approved GT study abroad program in China are eligible. Apply via the online OIE-Administered Scholarship Application Form.
Coca-Cola Foundation Mobility Scholarship for First Generation College Students; Administered by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Up to $1,000 for any qualifying Georgia Tech student to participate in overseas activities such as internships, study abroad, exchange, or work abroad. To qualify, students must be the first member of their immediate family to attend college, demonstrate financial need, be a full-time student, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Coca-Cola - Sam Nunn School First Generation Scholarship; Administered by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Up to $4,000 for qualifying INTA/IAML/EAI majors to participate in activities that include Sam Nunn School-sponsored study abroad programs, work abroad, internships, exchange programs, and Washington DC career development programs. To qualify, student must be the first member of their immediate family to attend college, demonstrate financial need, be a full-time student and have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals; Yearlong fellowships to study and intern in Germany.
Critical Language Scholarship; Fully-funded summer language institutes for US university students. Sponsored by the US Department of State.
DAAD; Funding available for semester study (4 months or longer) in Germany. International students are eligible to apply. To locate a Georgia Tech exchange program in Germany, visit the program search page.
Federation of German-American Clubs (FGAC); Funding, €600 monthly stipend and other support, to be utilized towards an academic year program in Germany. To apply, contact Sara Speigler, German Exchange Program Advisor.
Fleet International Scholarship; Administered by the President's Scholarship Program and open to President's Scholars. Recipients are selected on a competitive basis. Need is considered as a factor in determining the award amount.
Fund for Education Abroad Scholarships; National awards up to $10,000 to support high-quality, rigorous, education abroad programs. Preference give to STEM students.
Georgia Tech Lorraine Scholarships; Funding available for fall and spring semesters.
Gilman Scholarship Program; Funding, up to $5,000, for Federal Pell Grant recipients to study abroad. Preference given to underrepresented students and non-traditional study abroad program locations.
Halle Foundation Scholarships; Funding for study in Germany. Contact Prof. Bettina Cothran for additional details.
Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO); Funding for students participating in a Japanese Exchange Program. To locate a Georgia Tech exchange program in Japan, visit the program search page.
John C. Phelan Scholarship; Funding up to £15,000 for semester study at the London School of Economics. Students participating on the London School of Economics Exchange Program are eligible to apply.
Laura W. Bush Travelling Fellowship; Funding for a proposal designed by a student to conduct brief work in a foreign country related to the mandate of UNESCO - using education, natural sciences, social and human sciences, culture, and/or communication and information to build strong ties among nations.
Morgan Stanley Scholarship; Funding up to $7,500 towards an academic-year study abroad program in Japan.
Munchak Fellow Scholarship; Awarded by the Georgia Tech Institute of Leadership and Entrepreneurship to students participating in the Eastern Europe Study Abroad Program for Social Good.
Mundy Global Learning Experience Endowment Fund; Administered by the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering and open to CEE majors. Undergraduate students are given priority, but graduate students are also eligible to apply.
Naramore-Dasher International Scholarship; Up to $6,000 in study abroad scholarship funding for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree program in the Scheller College of Business. Apply online via the OIE-Administered Application Form.
Orraca Dum Service Scholarship for Summer Study Abroad; Administered by the Office of International Education and the School of Modern Languages. One $5,000 scholarship awarded annually for GT summer study abroad. Applicants must have a minimum of 60 volunteer hours, during their college career at Georgia Tech, at the time of application.
Orraca Dum Service Scholarship for Volunteering Abroad; Administered by the Office of International Education and School of Modern Languages. One scholarship awarded annually for a summer volunteer abroad program or project. Applicants must have a minimum of 60 volunteer hours, during their college career at Georgia Tech, at the time of application.
Pamela Harriman Fellowship Program; Administered by the College of William & Mary. Three competitive fellowships, up to $5,000, to undergraduate interns working in the Office of the Secretary, the US Embassy in London, and the US Embassy in Paris. Eligible Georgia Tech students are welcome to apply.
ThinkSwiss Research Scholarship; Funding to support research at a public Swiss university or research institute for 2 to 3 months.
Turkish Coalition of America Scholarships; Funding for American minority students who will study abroad in Turkey. Georgia Tech offers two programs in Turkey,Bilkent Ankara Exchange Program and Bogazici Instanbul Exchange Program.
Work Immersion Study Program (WISP) in Germany; Summer fellowship program offered to college students in vocational fields and includes funding for one-month intensive Germany language study, a two-month internship with a Germany company, housing, transatlantic airfare, health insurance, and a £300 monthly stipend.