|Billing and Financial Aid|
One of the primary concerns of students and parents who are planning an overseas experience is cost. By studying abroad through Stony Brook, students can take advantage of SUNY tuition, and with various cost points to choose from, students can find the best value to meet their individual expectations. We encourage students to speak with a financial aid advisor at their home institution about how aid applies to overseas programs.
Stony Brook students should visit the following link: http://www.stonybrook.edu/finaid/offcampus/studyabroad.shtml
For questions about financial aid, contact Joan Jacobs or Joan Vanetten in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services at (631) 632-6840.
The application deadline for American students wanting to spend a year (2014-15) in Norway has been extended to October 15, 2013. The application deadline for American researchers (2014-15) has unfortunately expired - it was August 1, 2013. Although the University of Oslo cannot guarantee that Stony Brook University students will be granted a scholarship by the Fulbright Foundation, as a partner university we will do our best to support a strong applicant by issuing an invitation letter.
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program offers awards for study abroad to U.S. citizen students who are receiving federal Pell Grant funding at a 2 year or 4 year college or university. Selected by competition, recipients are awarded up to $5000 to defray the costs associated with studying abroad.
The Fund for Education Abroad offers a number of scholarships for US citizens or permanent residents currently enrolled in US universities and colleges planning to study abroad for at least four weeks between September and August. Awards include a general scholarship as well as a number of dedicated scholarships.
Diversity Abroad offers scholarships for summer study abroad programs, underrepresented students in study abroad, and students studying in Asia. Award amounts vary.
IIE manages undergraduate and graduate level scholarships at accredited academic institutions throughout the world.
Focuses on geographical areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security. Emphasized world regions include Africa, Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. Study of a foreign language appropriate to the identified country must be part of each proposal. The National Security Education Program (NSEP) enhances opportunities for its award recipients to gain federal employment.
Scholarships by Region:
Freeman Awards for Study in Asia (Freeman-ASIA) provides scholarships for U.S. undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia.
The Scholarship is open to all undergraduate students currently registered at an institution in the USA or Canada. To be eligible to apply you must have been offered a study abroad or exchange place at a UK university which is BUTEX affiliated. Your study abroad or exchange place must be for the academic year and your place must be for a minimum of one semester. The value of each scholarship is £500 and will be paid to the winners once they have arrived and registered at their host university.
Scholarships by Country:
The “Mariolein Rijssenbeek Study Abroad Award” is a scholarship that encourages and supports French majors to go and study French language and culture in any Francophone destination. Priority is given (but not limited) to applicants to semester-long programs.
TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea) is a Korean government sponsored internship/scholarship program which invites undergraduate students in English-speaking countries to Korea to teach English in elementary school after-school programs either for 6 months or 12 months. TaLK scholars work for 15 hours on average a week. Upon arrival, they participate in a month-long orientation before field assignment. Benefits include stipends (approx. $1,500 a month), $400 settlement allowance upon arrival and free housing. Application deadline is due April 1 for Fall. Please Click Here for more information.
Undergraduates majoring in any field of study are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Japanese language study is not a prerequisite. Applicants must be a US citizen or permanent resident and be enrolled as an undergraduate in a college or university in the US.
Eligible students include juniors and seniors at US universities with an interest in economics and international finance who have been accepted for study in Japan for the academic year.
A private scholarship for select programs in Japan.
National and Private Scholarships for Graduate Study Abroad:
The objective of the Teach & Learn in Spain Study Program is to provide native English speaking students with the opportunity of spending a whole academic year in Spain, studying a Master´s Program from the Universidad de Alcalá under a scholarship scheme, while doing an internship as language assistants in schools of the region od Madrid- Comunidad de Madrid. Internships include a stipend.
This program will enroll 25 international students for 2012 with generous financial support from the Chinese Government. Around the top 40% of the international students will be awarded a full Chinese Government Scholarship based on candidates' academic excellence covering their tuition fees and living expenses for two years. Other students will also have the opportunity to get Beijing Government Scholarships which will cover tuition for at least one year.