The PLATO project collects resources and information to help increase participation by diverse students in study abroad.
Established to diversify the kinds of students who study abroad and the countries and regions where they go. Specifically, the Gilman Program offers scholarships to students typically underreprensented in education abroad who plan to study in non-traditional countries. For more information, visit the link above and speak with the Student Support Specialist in the UNI Study Abroad Center.
It provides awards of up to $10,000 for one semester and $20,000 one year to support study abroad in countries critical to future security of the United States of America. To access more details, click the link above and visit with the Student Support Specialist in the UNI Study Abroad Center.
Offers fellowships to graduating undergraduates, graduate students, young professionals and artists to study abroad or teach abroad for a duration between 9 and 12 months.
Freeman-ASIA Awards for Study in Asia
Freeman-ASIA provides financial support to American undergraduates with demonstrated financial need to study abroad for academic credit during the summer, semester or academic year in one of 15 countries/regions in East and Southeast Asia. Award amounts vary from $3,000 - $7,000 depending on the length of study.
Killman Fellowship: Fulbright Canada
The Killman fellowship provides US undergraduate students the opportuntiy to spend either one semester or an academic year at a university in Canada.US$5,000 per semester is awarded, and includes a health coverage allowance. Added benefits include two three-day enrichment seminars held in Ottawa, ON and Washington, DC. There is also an opportunity to apply for our Cultural Awareness Program which provides funding to travel within Canada for an additional cultural experience.