Drexel Affiliated Scholarships
The scholarships listed on this page are administered by Drexel Study Abroad. For additional scholarship opportunities, visit the External Scholarships page.
The Study Abroad Office is awarding a $250 Trailblazing Grant to any student that studies abroad in Fall 2019 on the following programs:
Dragons Abroad Scholarship
The Study Abroad Office is committed to assisting students with their study abroad program, including financially. In the 2016-2017 Academic Year, the Study Abroad office awarded over $66,000 in student scholarships.
Students can apply for Dragons Abroad Scholarships in three different categories:
Diversity in Study Abroad: for students who represent groups that are underrepresented in Study Abroad, which may include: race/ethnicity/nationality; gender; sexual orientation; first generation college student; major (for majors that are underrepresented in study abroad); or ‘other’
Financial Need Scholarship: for students with high financial need.
Project Scholarship: for students who propose a unique project to help raise awareness and promote study abroad. The project can be completed after and/or during the student’s study abroad program.
Students can apply for the Dragons Abroad Scholarships during the study abroad program application process. In addition to the Dragons Abroad Scholarships, there are multiple external scholarships and grants available to students for their study abroad. Students are encouraged to work with the Fellowships Office to seek out those opportunities.
Intensive Course Abroad (ICA) Scholarship
Diversity Scholarship: Students applying for select Intensive Courses Abroad (ICA) may be eligible to apply for the ICA Scholarship sponsored by Drexel's Study Abroad Office.
This scholarship is intended to support underrepresented students in study abroad and diversify the student participation of ICAs. ICA Diversity Scholarship awards are in the amount of $500, which is refunded from the program Final Payment. Students with any of the following diversity factors are eligible to apply:
• Racial/ethnic Minority
• First Generation College Student
If a student feels they have other diversity factors not listed, they should explain this in detail in their scholarship application. Major is not an eligible diversity factor for this scholarship.
Scholarship decisions are made after the ICA application deadline. As scholarships are not guaranteed, students should not rely on receiving a scholarship in order to participate.
Financial Need Scholarship: Students applying for select Intensive Courses Abroad (ICA) may be eligible to apply for the ICA Financial Need Scholarship sponsored by Drexel's Study Abroad Office. This scholarship is intended to enable students with high financial need to participate in their first study abroad program. Scholarship awards range from $500 - $700, which will be deducted from the program Final Payment.
Students applying for the ICA Financial Need Scholarship must complete the ICA program application as well. Scholarship decisions will be made one day prior to the ICA application deadline, at which time students must submit the Advanced Payment to complete their ICA application or may choose to withdraw their ICA application.
Drexel has been selected by the St. Andrews Society of Philadelphia McNeil Scholarship for a full year scholarship guaranteed for one student. The selected student must study abroad for the full year at University of Aberdeen to receive the scholarship. The McNeil scholarship is up to $25,000 and will cover expenses (such as housing, flight, etc.) while abroad.
For more information about the scholarship, contact the Study Abroad Office or speak with your Study Abroad Advisor.
Student Conference on Global Challenges Scholarship
This $500 scholarship sponsored by the Office of Global Engagement and Education Abroad is for a student interested presenting at the Annual Student Conference on Global Challenges (typically held Winter Quarter). The student will be required to conduct research (through library resources, observations, experimental study, or faculty mentorship) while abroad on a topic of interest related to the conference theme and would be required to present at the Annual Conference. The research should be related to the student’s study abroad destination. Student panelist frequently asked questions can be found here.
The student will be required to attend and present on one session of the Annual Conference and deliver a ten minute presentation on his or her topic. Our 2018 Conference theme will be: Climate and the Environment on Thursday, March 1, 2018.
Applications for this scholarship are due October 5, 2017. Students who are currently abroad for the Fall Quarter, students who will study abroad this Fall Quarter, or students who will participate on a Winter ICA are eligible to apply.
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