To search and apply for UW scholarships, go to Academic Works
Most UW scholarships have moved to Academic Works
The following is a list of those that may not yet part of the system:
ASUW Chinese Ambassador's Wyoming Scholar
The Chinese Ambassador's Wyoming Scholar (CAWS) Program was established through the generosity of the Government of the People's Republic of China and its Ambassador to the U.S. in 2007. The program funds one UW student for one year of study in China and is a full scholarship covering most expenses associated with study, other than travel to China. The award goes to an outstanding student with a desire to pursue study in China in any discipline, including but not limited to study of the Chinese language. Applications are open to both undergraduate and graduate students. For information on how to apply, please contact email@example.com.
The CAWS program is jointly administered through a partnership between ASUW and International Programs. The Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the United States administers the scholarship and additional required processes after the CAWS scholar is chosen by ASUW.
College of Arts and Sciences Saunders-Walter 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.
College of Business Pforzheim University Scholarship
Please contact the College of Business for deadline information
The eighth annual scholarship competition to participate in the International Study Program partnership between the UW College of Business and Pforzheim University (Germany) School of Business and Law! Up to three UW College of Business majors may be chosen to participate in the Spring 2017 program, and awardees are being sponsored for all international travel and in-country living expenses, up to $5,000.
All courses in the International Study Program are taught in English, and consist of students from Germany and throughout Europe. Students can focus their study on a variety of International Business and Economics topics. No prior knowledge of German is required.
Students must be Junior or Senior status by the time they would be attending Pforzheim, and have a major within the UW College of Business. Completion of most Advanced Business Standing courses is also preferred for all majors except those in Economics.
Schlattman College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship
Please contact the College of Business Dean's office for more information about this opportunity.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Noyes Fund is made possible by the generous support of Jon Noyes.
Shanghai Normal University Scholarship
The UW College of Arts and Sciences received two generous scholarships from the College of Life and Environmental Sciences at SHNU, to support two UW students (one in Chemistry and one in Biology) to participate in short-term research projects during summer 2016. More information.
For non-Japanese women studying Japanese language, humanities and liberal arts.
For students who choose to study in Germany.
For students receiving Pell Grants.
Contact the UW NSEP coordinator, Shawn Bunning, for more information email@example.com
For more information, visit the Rotary District 5440 web page.
For graduate study in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, or Sweden.
Economy, Accounting, Law, Engineering, Administration, Political Science
For advanced study in: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Khmer, Malaysian, Tibetan, Thai, Burmese.
Please contact Shawn Bunning for UW information on this program: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
contact Yan Zhang at email@example.com for additional information