As an undergraduate student studying abroad for a semester or an academic year, you may apply all of your federal and state financial aid to Notre Dame-sponsored programs. While you are abroad, you will pay Notre Dame tuition, room, and board. You may be responsible for additional program costs. Check with the Financial Aid Office to verify your eligibility before you apply to study abroad.
You may also apply for both internal and external scholarship programs for both short- and long-term study abroad opportunities. Consult the Director for International Education about available funding opportunities.
The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship is a grant program that enables undergraduate students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad. Contact the Director for International Education for questions and assistance with the application process.
This award is intended to foster programs that will enhance the experience of a student of Latin or classics at Notre Dame of Maryland University. In the past it has been used to fund student attendance of the Annual Convention of Eta Sigma Phi, National Classical Honor Society and to make possible important academic experiences in our 2013 program in Britain that would be too costly do include without additional financial help, i.e., a guided visit of Fishbourne Palace, an archaeological site near Chichester, and the Corinium Museum in Cirencester. It may also be used to send students to professional meetings or on short-term experiences treating ancient Greek or Roman civilization.
Established by Notre Dame to honor a long-time classics professor, the award supports students who have completed or are currently enrolled in at least two or more courses in Latin, Greek or classics and who indicate a high level of interest in an archaeology program abroad, preferable a Notre Dame-sponsored archaeological tour.For details, contact the Office of International Programs in the Feeley International Center Room 016.
Established by Notre Dame to honor professor emeritus Dr. Jeanne Stevenson and the memory of Kate Copeland '92, the award supports full-time undergraduate students from College of Notre Dame of Maryland who are participating in a Notre Dame sponsored study abroad program (short-term or semester). For details, contact the Office of International Programs in the Feeley International Center Room 016.
ISA offers approximately $150,000 in scholarships to participating students each year through its scholarship program and several host universities.
In addition to the scholarships listed, we highly recommend you do additional research for additional opportunities. The following links are a good place to start, but there are many online resources available.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students.
The Fulbright English Teaching Assistant programs place grantees in schools overseas to supplement local English language instruction and to provide a native speaker presence in the classrooms.