The following are the most attainable and generous study abroad scholarships. Many of our partner organizations offer matching grants to students who qualify for some of the national scholarships below. If you have any questions, would like assistance with applications, or would like to access a longer list of scholarship opportunities, contact Margaretkowalsky@kings.edu.

  • King’s College scholarships – applications available in the KC Office of Study Abroad. Applications are due in person at the KC Office of Study Abroad by Tuesday, November 6, 2018 for travel in spring 2019, summer 2019, or fall 2019.
    • Marjorie Neusch Massey Scholarship –Open to all with preference for students travelling to non-English speaking countries who have not had prior opportunities to travel outside the United States. Applicants must demonstrate need.
    • James LeBaron Boyle Scholarship – Open to all with preference given to humanities majors, primarily English majors. Applicants must demonstrate need.
    • Study Abroad Access Grant -- Open to all with preference for students who demonstrate need and who have not had an opportunity to travel outside the United States.
    • Social Justice Grant for Study Abroad – Open to all with a preference given to study in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Applicant must demonstrate an interest in utilizing study abroad to grow his/her social justice commitment.
    • Kelci Ever After Scholarship for Study Abroad – Open to all students. Applicant should display a positive spirit and good citizenship. Applicants must demonstrate need.
  • The Fund for Education Abroad – applications due online in the period November, 2018-January 10, 2019 for travel summer 2019, fall 2019, spring 2020. Spring 2019 applications are due September 18, 2018. FEA offers MANY scholarships – e.g., one just for college athletes. FEA prefers groups under-represented in study abroad (minority, first generation, athletes, LGBTQ, etc.), financial need, and studying in a non-English speaking setting. But you need not have all of these characteristics to apply. Four weeks minimum travel length.
  • The Gilman Scholarship – applications due online October 2, 2018 for travel in spring 2019 and March 6, 2018 for travel in summer 2019. Must be eligible for Pell Grant to apply. Prefers financial need, unusual destinations, and under-represented students.
  • The Irish American Scholars Award – applications due February 1, 2019 for fall 2019 and spring 2020. Full tuition scholarship for study in Northern Ireland. 3.2 GPA required. Up to three King’s students receive this award per year!
  • Fulbright UK Summer Institutesapplications are due early February 2019 for summer travel.
  • List of US study abroad scholarship sources can be found here on NAFSA: Association of International Educator’s website. Also, we encourage you to explore the scholarships offered by host organizations such as API, CAPA, and CIEE; many of our partners offer scholarships to students studying abroad in their summer or semester programs!