Recognizing the benefit of an enriching student experience at Seton Hall University and understanding the impact a broader worldview and international exposure can have for students, Lori Chapin ’94 and Steven Knapp ’93, have chosen to recognize the exemplary work of students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences by assisting to provide a summer study abroad experience.
Tomason International Scholarship
The Tomason International Scholars Endowed Scholarship has been established by Bruce and Carol Tomason. This scholarship supports students seeking an enriching global experience as part of their academic career at Seton Hall.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship provides for students of limited financial means a chance to study abroad. In order to apply, students must be receiving Federal Pell Grant. Additionally, applicants must be in good standing and enrolled in study abroad programs of at least three weeks.
Freeman Asia Scholarship
Freeman Asia provides scholarships for students studying abroad in East or Southeast Asia. Students must be a current need-based financial aid recipients, maintain a minimum GPA of 2.8, and must be enrolled in study abroad programs in certain Asian countries.
Boren Scholarships provides funding opportunities for students to study less commonly taught languages. The area of interest could be anywhere around the globe. Boren Scholarships promotes long term cultural immersion, therefore, two or more semesters of studying abroad is highly encouraged. In exchange of the funding, students must agree to the NSEP Service Requirement.
Critical Language Scholarship
The CLS Program require students to study intensively in a cultural and language immersion programs oversea. It is initiated by the government to encourage students to study and master critical languages. Applicants must be in four-year undergraduate programs.
Student's Guide to Studying Abroad - Accredited Schools Online
Students are faced with many decisions when they decide to study abroad. This comprehensive guide provides answers to various questions related to finding a program and financing a program. For a list of scholarships, scroll down to the Financial Aid and Scholarships section.
Fund for Education Abroad
Organization committed to increasing the opportunities for dedicated American students to participate in high-quality, rigorous education abroad programs by reducing financial restrictions through the provision of grants and scholarships.
This web site is dedicated to compiling available scholarships and financial aid from many sources. Most applications require essays and transcripts.
Study Abroad Funding
This web site has information for scholarships and grants available to study abroad students.
Studying in Switzerland
International students in Switzerland interested in scholarships can get them by the Swiss government, from Swiss Universities, or by other organizations such as SEMS. Most of the Swiss government scholarships are granted to postgraduate candidates and researchers, whereas Swiss Universities and SEMS scholarships are granted to Master's and Bachelor's students.
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U.S. Department of State
The link above will take you to the State Department site where you will find country profiles, international travel advisories, passport and visa information.
U.S. Embassies and Consulates Abroad
If you are looking to study abroad and need to schedule an appointment for a student visa or have any other immigration questions, please click on this link for the complete list of United States embassies abroad.