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You should begin your financial planning as soon as you begin researching study abroad locations and programs. Keep in mind the funds/grants/loans you anticipate receiving. Carefully read the program costs to determine what is included in the program fee. Don’t forget to consider your spending habits, the cost of international airfare and your additional travel and meal costs (if you plan to travel during your program). Here are some resources to get you started:

Other Study Abroad Scholarships

Benjamin A. Gilman AwardAnyStudying abroad for more than 4 weeks and will receive Pell Grant while abroadFor Fall 2019 & AY 19-20: March 5. For best chance to receive scholarship, meet with Corrine Henke in GLO before submitting application.
Bridging ScholarshipJapanAmerican undergrad studying abroad in Japan.For Fall2019: April 10, 2019
Freeman-AsiaEast or Southeast AsiaAny undergraduate student studying in Asia with demonstrated financial need; Minimum GPA of 2.8Fall 2019: April 5, 2019
Dr. Marianne Cooley USAC Study Abroad ScholarshipChinaUSAC student studying in Chengdu or Shanghai, ChinaSummer 2019: April 1 and For Fall 2019: April 15
Kody Bressman Memorial ScholarshipSan Sebastian, SpainUSAC Student studying in San Sebastian, SpainSummer 2019: April 1 and for For Fall 2019: April 15
Dr. Meira Fields USAC ScholarshipAnyUSAC student who is a declared STEM majorSummer 2019: April 1 and For Fall 2019: April 15
GoEuro European Study Abroad ScholarshipEuropeAttending a study abroad program in EuropeClosed
British CouncilGreat BritainStudying abroad in Great Britain (Many scholarships on website)Varies: visit website
BUTEX ScholarshipsGreat BritainStudying abroad at member universities in Great BritainVaries: visit website
FEA Rainbow ScholarshipAnyU.S. Citizen.  Preference given to non-traditional programs and programs with service learning aspects. Student must be LGBTClosed: Opens for Spring 2020 in July
Foundation for Global ScholarsAnyU.S. or Canadian CitizenClosed: Opens for Spring 2020 in July
Pat and Eloise Bieter Memorial scholarship AnyAny BSU declared history major who has completed all lower division required courses and intends on studying abroad; Minimum GPA of 3.2Contact the History Department at 426-1255 for deadlines
Fulbright Program AnyU.S. Citizen.  B.A. degree or equivalent before start of grant.Varies: visit website
Fulbright Summer InstituteGreat Britain4-5 week summer program in UK.  Must be Freshman or Sophomore to apply.  Minimum GPA of 3.5Closed
Fund for Education AbroadAnyU.S. Citizen.  Preference given to non-traditional programs and programs with service learning aspects.Closed
Hispanic Scholarship FundAnyMust have Hispanic heritage and be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident.  Minimum GPA of 3.0 (others on site)Closed
Killam FellowshipsCanadaU.S. citizen studying in Canada.  No GPA but academic based.Varies: visit website
National Italian American FoundationItalyItalian American studying anything or any student majoring in an Italian based fieldFall 2019: March 1, 2019
National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship Program. Not Western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New ZealandU.S. Citizen.For academic year 2019-2020: Closed
Phi Kappa Phi AnyOpen to all students, not just Phi Kappa Phi members.  Minimum GPA of 3.75VFall 2019: March 15, 2019
IIE Passport search engine  VariesVaries: visit website

Important note about federal financial aid:
All students must be enrolled in and complete a minimum of 12 credits while studying abroad, especially if they are receiving federal financial aid. If you fail to complete at least 12 credits while you are studying abroad you may have to return the federal aid received to Boise State University, and you will be billed for these monies.