Increasing Diversity in Study Abroad

Live, Learn, Intern Abroad Scholarships

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In 2017 EUSA launched the Live, Intern, Learn Abroad Scholarships for underrepresented students or those with demonstrated financial need. EUSA will award up to $5,000 to a select set of students who are participating in established EUSA partner programs.

Generation Study Abroad

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Generation Study Abroad is a five-year program launched by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in 2014 to mobilize resources and commitments with the goal of doubling the number of U.S. students studying abroad to 600,000 by the end of the decade.

As a Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partner, our commitments reflect our ongoing efforts to increase opportunities for students underrepresented in study abroad by:

A. Griffin

As a Generation Study Abroad commitment partner, we are happy to announce our initiative to support more students studying abroad. EUSA awards $5,000 in scholarship funding each year to provide financial assistance to students participating in Spring, Summer, and Fall term programs.

Students will be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Undergraduate student enrolled at a EUSA partner university or college, and participating in an established program

  • First-time study abroad participant

  • Demonstrated financial need and/or a member of a group underrepresented in study abroad

  • Willingness and ability to share their internship abroad experience through EUSA's social media

Please note that scholarships can only be applied to a partner university’s established program with EUSA.

Deadlines for scholarship applications are:

February 1st for summer programs
April 15th for fall programs
October 15th for spring programs

If you have any questions about the scholarship or application process, please contact cap@eusainternships.org.

Click here to apply.

Zariah
 
Zariah
 
This is the first time I am out of the country! I am excited to learn not only more about a new country, but also about myself. I hope to learn more about my potential occupation and get an idea of what it feels like to work for a startup company compared to a large corporation, which I did last summer.
— Zariah, LILA Summer 2019 Winner
 
Brandon
 
Brandon
 
I had high expectations for this study abroad program and I was not let down. I did not expect to meet the amount of incredible people that I did, both at my internship placement and those participating in the same program from Arizona State University. My main goals for this study abroad were to gain valuable work experience that would become valuable to my CV, make new friendships, and travel. I believe this program allowed me to accomplish these goals and much more!
— Brandon, LILA Summer 2019 Winner