Study Abroad Scholarships

  • MSUM has several scholarships available to students who are studying abroad for a full semester or a school year. Students studying abroad in the summer on an external provider program and taking at least 6 credits can also apply for scholarships.

    Available scholarships include:

    • Dille Study Abroad Scholarship: Named for former MSUM President Roland Dille. Preference for students studying in East Asia.
    • Gretchen Hanson Memorial Fund: Named in honor of former MSUM student Gretchen Hanson. For female students studying in Australia.
    • Haukebo Study Abroad Scholarship: Named for former Vice President of Public Affairs Dr. Gerry Haukebo, who established the Office of Study Abroad in 1987.
    • Holsen Endowment for Study Abroad: Named for former Study Abroad Director Jill Holsen and her husband David, both of whom lived and worked abroad.
    • Study Abroad Scholarship Fund: Established to provide funding and encouragement to students who wish to study abroad.
    • David P. Flint Endowed Scholarship: Named for long-time MSUM Political Science Professor David P. Flint, to encourage students with limited means to participate in Eurospring. 
        

    Application Information

    • Students must be accepted into their study abroad program in order to apply for scholarships.
    • Applications should be delivered to the Office of Study Abroad.
    • The first 9 qualifying students who are accepted into the Eurospring program are guaranteed a $500 scholarship for 2019. Eurospring scholarships are awarded in November after Eurospring registration is complete. All students registered for Eurospring are included in the application. Awards are based on financial need.
        

    Scholarship Application for MSUM programs in the UK, Japan, Korea, Norway, and Australia Scholarship Application for Non-MSUM programs such as ISA, KEI, SOL, USAC, AIFS, Semester at Sea, and others

    External Scholarship Opportunities

    • Boren for US undergraduates to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to US interests, and underrepresented in study abroad.
    • Freeman-ASIA for US undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia.
    • Gilman for students of limited financial means (PELL grant recipients) to study or intern abroad.
    • Go Abroad.com a clearinghouse of information for students.
        

    Our affiliated external provider programs offer scholarships and program fee reductions to MSUM students who choose one of their programs (AIFS, CEA, ISA, KEI, SOL, USAC).