Financial Aid for study abroad is sometimes available through individual academic departments at Wichita State. Check the department for more details.
The applicant must demonstrate that he or she is enrolling in a program approved for academic credit as certified by International Education. Typically, five $1,000 awards are approved for a school year.
These scholarships are also open to both undergraduate and graduate students from any major who wish to study in another country as part of their curriculum. Between five and ten scholarships from $500 to $1,500 are usually awarded annually.
Two $1,000 scholarships are currently awarded each year from this fund. Preference is given to Kansans of junior standing or above who have never spent time abroad.
Note: All of the scholarships listed above require the same application, which is to be submitted to International Education. Applicants do not need to designate a particular scholarship in their application. They will automatically be considered for any funds available for which they meet the eligibility requirements.
The scholarship resources listed below are not administered by WSU. Please contact the relevant organization for information about these opportunities.
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