We often hear that one of your biggest concerns is how to fund your study abroad experience. This is certainly a valid consideration, and we want you to know that there is money available! We strongly encourage you to have a look at the scholarship opportunities available to you on this page. Remember: it’s never too early to start planning!
Do you have at least a 3.0 GPA? Apply for the MU Travel Grant from the Center for Global Education. In order to get started, you must apply for your intended program first (see the buttons to find and apply for a program on this page).
Study Abroad Scholarships
See the following links for additional scholarships:
U.S. Department of State Affiliated Scholarships
- The U.S. Department of State is committed to expanding study abroad opportunities for American students to gain critical skills in support of our national security and economic prosperity.
American Councils Study Abroad Financial Aid
- Multiple sources of financial aid are available to prospective study abroad participants to help pay for programs abroad, including private, federal, university and American Council scholarships.