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Cheney Study Abroad Grants (For Spring 2015 Study)     

INDIVIDUAL APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 15, 2015               

UW faculty leading study abroad courses, please contact Sara Robinson for course application information.

Grants that assist students in covering costs for travel during their study abroad. Minimum GPA required of 3.0 cumulative or better; students must be at least a sophomore or through their first semester of graduate work.

Dick and Lynne Cheney Fellowship for Excellence in Study Abroad (For Spring 2015 study)

INDIVIDUAL APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 15, 2015.              

The Fellowship serves as a stipend for outstanding students making a significant contribution to their field via international study or research.  Both undergraduate and graduate student fellowships are available.  No more than 6 total awards are given per year.

Sheila Langlois Memorial Fellowship for Study Abroad in Art History and the Humanities (For a semester or academic year)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 15, 2015.                                    

Provides one or two fellowships per year of up to $10,000 to support study abroad for students in disciplines within the humanities, including, but not exclusive to, art history, history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, modern/classical languages, international studies or interdisciplinary fields.  The scholarship can support study abroad around the globe, but is designed to preference intensive study at the undergraduate level or research initiated at the graduate level.   

UniWyo Federal Credit Union Study Abroad Scholarship

APPLICATION DUE MARCH 14, 2015 -  Applications can be found on soon.

Awards of up to $2,000 to outstanding undergraduate students who plan to study abroad on independent study.  Minimum GPA required is 3.25, and students must be at least a sophomore.

Stewart Harris Award

APPLICATION DUE MARCH 14, 2015  -  Applications can be found on soon.

For any UW student considering a term abroad. Preference given to students who have never traveled outside US.


Other UW Scholarships

A & S Study Abroad Scholarship

Application Deadline: will be announced at beginning of Fall semester.  This scholarship is only awarded once a year (in the fall) for travel during the upcoming calendar year.

For students within the A & S College who are considering a term abroad.
Contact Manuela Hofer-McIntryre at in the Global & Area Studies office for more information. 

Boyd Scholarship

Application Deadline: second half of October

For students in the University of Wyoming Honors Program who are considering a term abroad. 

Contact the Honors Program: Red House, Rm 116, (307) 766-4410

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

For information on College of Ag scholarships, please call the Office of Academic and Student Programs at 307-766-4135 or email

College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship

Schlattman College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship


Other Application Deadlines: early October and early July
For undergraduate College of Business majors who will study abroad for at least three months.
Contact the College of Business Dean's Office for information or go to the College of Business Scholarships homepage.

College of Education

For information on College of Education scholarships, contact the College Dean's Office.

College of Engineering and Applied Science

For information on the International Engineering Program and scholarship opportunities,
visit their homepage or email

College of Health Sciences

For information on College of Health Sciences scholarships, contact the College Dean's Office.

College of Law

For information on College of Law scholarships, contact the College Dean's Office.

James R. Burman Language Scholarship

Application Deadline: February 1

For Students enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences and studying Russian, German, Spanish, French.   Contact Modern & Classical Languages, Hoyt Hall Room 219, 7669-4177, for application. 

Jon Noyes China Scholarship

This year the Noyes Fund provides awards up to the amount of $1200 each to support study abroad in the People's Republic of China for any combination of language, cultural, business, science studies or internship experience.  This award is open to all UW students, regardless of major.  Students who will be sophomores or juniors at the time of their study abroad are especially encouraged to apply.

To apply, please submit a completed application form and a brief essay (ca. 250 words) describing your travel plans, your objectives in traveling to China, and how those objectives fit with your career plans.

For more information and deadline, please contact Michael Brose, History Department Chair,

The Noyes Fund is made possible by the generous support of Jon Noyes.

Theime Endowment

For UW Art majors considering a term abroad. Contact the Art Department for more information.

Non-UW Scholarships - Undergraduate

American Councils - Eurasian Regional Language Program

Bridging Scholarships (Japan)

College Women's Association of Japan - Undergraduate Scholarships for

Non-Japanese Women

For non-Japanese women studying Japanese language, humanities and liberal arts.

Contact: CWAJ Scholarship NJW
Lion's Garden Ikedayama #3125-22-2 Higashi Gotanda
Tokyo 141 JAPAN

DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service

For students who choose to study in Germany.

Gilman International Scholarship

Application Deadline: early April for the fall and academic year: mid-September for the spring

For students receiving Pell Grants.

Mobility International USA

NSEP David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships

Contact the UW NSEP coordinator, Shawn Bunning, for more information

Phi Kappa Phi

Rotary International District 5540, Inc. Scholarships

 Scholarship information



STA-Travel Scholarship

Taiwan Scholarships

Taipei Cultural Office

Zonta International

Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship

Study Abroad Program Scholarships

Adell & Hancock IIE/Rocky Mountain

AIFS - American Institute for Foreign Study

For Students choosing an AIFS study abroad program.
International Scholarship: $1000
International Merit Scholarship: $1000
Minority Scholarship: full tuition/fees and airfare
Moonves Scholarship: $2500
Alexander Tcherepnine Scholarships: $2500
Premier Campus Scholarship: $1500
Please see for details and applications.


For Students choosing an Australearn study abroad site.
Please see International Coordinator for details and applications

CIEE - Council on International Educational Exchange

For Students choosing an CIEE study Abroad Program.
Robert E. Bailey Minority Scholarship: $500
International Study Programs Scholarships: $1000
Department of Education Scholarship: for programs in China
Department of State Scholarship: for programs in Russia
Jennifer Ritzmann Scholarships: for programs in Costa Rica
Please see International Coordinator for details and applications

International Studies Abroad - ISA

For students choosing an ISA study abroad program
Summer: $1000
Academic Year: $2500
Fall: $1000
Winter/Spring: $1000
Please see International Coordinator for details and applications

ISEP International Exchange Program

For students choosing an ISEP site.
Scholarship options depend on site choice. Please contact the UW International Coordinator for more information

Studio Art Centers International (SACI)
For students choosing a SACI site.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Program

World Learning Schools for International Training Study Abroad
Field-based, experiential programs for undergraduate students

Graduate Scholarships

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowships

American-Scandinavia Foundation

For graduate study in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, or Sweden.

Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies

Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program

Bourses Chateaubriand Fellowship

David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships

Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Research Fellowship

DAAD Fellowships and Grants

Eiffel Scholarship of Excellence

Economy, Accounting, Law, Engineering, Administration, Political Science

Blakemore Freeman Fund
Languages of Asia and SE Asia

Blakemore Freeman Fellowships
For advanced study in: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Khmer, Malaysian, Tibetan, Thai, Burmese. 

Fulbright Awards
Please contact Shawn Bunning for UW information on this program:

Gates Scholarships

German Marshall Fund

Harbin Institute of Technology 

Harbin Institute of Technology administered by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China, is the top seven key universities in China , also the key universities of the national project "211" and "985". Founded in 1920, with science, engineering and research as its core, encompassing management and liberal arts, has developed into an open, scientific research and multi-disciplinary nationally famous university.

This scholarship fully funded by Chinese government will cover the registration fee, tuition fee, fee for laboratory experiment, internship fee, fee for basic learning materials and intramural accommodation fee; also living allowance and a one-off settlement subsidy will be provided to the students as well.  

Application Deadline March 1, 2012 contact Yan Zhang at for additional information

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowships

International Peace Research Fellowships

IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board) Programs

IREX Individual Advanced Research Opportunities (IARO)

Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program

Marshall Scholarships
Please contact Dr. Duncan Harris for UW information on this program:

Mitchell Scholarships

IIE - Nancy Petry Grant-In-Aid

Rhodes Scholarships
Please contact Dr. Duncan Harris for UW information on this program:

Rotary International District 5540, Inc. Scholarships

 Scholarship information


Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Fellowships

Vienna Institute for Human Sciences

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Program 

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