Extended Education and International Programs

Education Abroad


We believe that studying abroad is among the most enriching experiences a student can have while in college. We also understand that financial constraints sometimes limit a student’s opportunities to study abroad.

In an effort to minimize financial concerns, we have compiled a list of scholarships available to our students, and we are always on the lookout for additional funding that our students might be eligible for.

Feel free to browse the options we've listed here, and be sure to look for other opportunities! Search online for scholarships related to your country of choice, your GPA, ethnic background, political party, religious affiliation, community organizations, or special interests. You never know what groups might be interested in helping you realize your study abroad dreams!

Helpful hints for applying to scholarships

  • Do not write a generic statement. Answer all questions fully and with critical thought.
  • Write about you, your family, your hopes, and expectations of the future. Do not hesitate to make it PERSONAL. If you are the first generation to go to college, SAY SO. If you have overcome personal hurdles, SAY SO! Application reviewers want to know YOU and why YOU want to go abroad and why YOU picked the country to which you are applying.
  • Have someone read your essay before you submit it. Then have someone else read it after you edit it.
  • Make sure to turn in your application and attachments BEFORE it is due! Look at the time the application is due and consider the time difference between California (Pacific Time) and where it’s due (especially true of international scholarships – some places are nearly a full day ahead of us!)
  • Contact us if you have any questions or need any help.