University of Iowa

Scholarships listed below are funded by the provider listed in the name of the award, and are determined by the fulfillment of eligibility requirements. Some scholarships (such as CIEE Scholarships) are available for specific locations within the program. Other awards (such as USAC Grant for Study Abroad) take into consideration financial need or merit and request information about both aspects on the application.

CIEE Study Abroad Scholarships

Students who participate in most CIEE program locations will be eligible to receive a scholarship based on the number of semester hours earned (typically $500-$900). There is no application process nor published deadlines. Study Abroad Advisors will provide more information during the advising process.

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IES Summer Internship Scholarships

IES Summer Internship Scholarships are available for students interning abroad on the IES summer programs.

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India Winterim Study Abroad Scholarships

Scholarships are available for students participating in the India Winterim study abroad program. 

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SIT Public University Grant

School for International Training (SIT) offers a number of Study Abroad programs in a variety of locations. They also offer a great deal of need-based scholarships to all qualified students who participate in summer session SIT Study Abroad programs. All University of Iowa students who are accepted to a SIT program will receive a $1,500 SIT CIC scholarship.

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Summer SIT Targeted Honors Scholarship

The Summer SIT Targeted Honors Scholarship is applicable to all School for International Training (SIT) approved programs. SIT programs offer topical, field-based coursework with research and independent study opportunities, allowing students to pursue their own interests.

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USAC Grants for Study Abroad

USAC funding opportunities are available for students participating in their programs. The scholarships are awarded based on a diverse spectrum of criteria, ranging from academic merit, program location, first-generation status, military service. 

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