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Study Abroad Scholarships

Everyone should have the chance for a life-changing study abroad experience, which is why we offer various scholarships for students traveling with College of Arts and Sciences faculty-led study abroad courses. Here are some scholarship opportunities for students traveling on the Arts and Sciences Faculty-Led Study Abroad courses. We encourage all students, regardless of financial status, to apply.


We also recommend speaking with your department to see if there are any scholarship opportunities available for your major. You can also speak with the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid to see what funding options you might have available.

CAS Faculty-led Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities


* All scholarships for 2021-2022 are being evaluated, and more information will be posted here in the coming months once the applications have opened. 


Arts and Sciences Study Abroad Scholarship

  • All majors are eligible for this scholarship.
  • Complete the application online.
  • Must be enrolled in a CAS faculty-led Study Abroad course for 2021-2022.
  • Priority is given to students who demonstrate financial need.
  • Award estimated value: $500
  • Winter Break/Spring Break: Deadline has not been determined.
  • Summer/Fall: Deadline has not been determined.


Provost's Study Abroad Scholarship

  • Fill out the application online.
  • Priority is given to undergraduate or graduate students with demonstrated financial need
  • Applicants must apply through the OSU online application system to a credit-bearing activity abroad
  • Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.
  • Award estimated value: $350 - $750
  • Spring Break/Winter Break: Deadline has not been determined.
  • Summer/Fall 2020: Deadline has not been determined.


Long-Term Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

Bailey Family Memorial Trust

This special scholarship, made possible by The Bailey Family Memorial Trust, provides  support for full-time OSU students, regardless of their major field of study, to study the liberal arts at a recognized university outside of the U.S. Since the first awards were made for the 1985-86 academic year, nearly two million dollars has been expended from the trust, allowing over two hundred students to study in 34 different countries.



For more information on the Bailey Family Memorial Trust click here. 

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