Ivy Tech Transfer Student Study Abroad Scholarship
The Ivy Tech Transfer Student Scholarship is offered through the IUPUI Office of International Affairs
Need help funding your study abroad experience? Are you an undergraduate transfer student from Ivy Tech? You could receive a $2,000 award through the Ivy Tech Transfer Student Study Abroad Scholarship. If you've completed a degree or certificate from Ivy Tech in the last three years you are elligible to apply. The scholarships is awarded twice a year in two cycles.
- September 1 to February 1 - summer programs, fall semester programs, and academic year programs
- September 1 to October 15 - spring semester programs, spring break programs, and summer programs
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Am I eligible?
- I have received a degree or certificate from Ivy Tech within the last three years and am now degree-seeking at IUPUI, IUPUC, or IUFW
- I am a full-time or part-time undergraduate student.
- My study abroad program is approved and
credit bearing(including approved independent study and direct enrollment overseas).
- The credits will be
countingtoward my degree (requirements or electives).
- I am in
good standingwith the university and have a 2.75 GPA.
- I have financial need and have completed my FAFSA.
Recipients will be selected on the basis of need, merit, and motivation. Need will be documented by a filed FAFSA form. Merit is indicated by the overall quality of the application and how well the chosen program matches student goals. Motivation may be demonstrated through prior coursework, relevant volunteer or other extracurricular experiences, language preparation (where applicable), and preparation for international experience. Applicants should demonstrate mindset open to experiencing difference, language and cultural preparation, coursework taken, relevant extracurricular or volunteer activities, consideration of own cultural identities
Preference will be given to first-generation students, students who have never had an opportunity to study overseas, and students who have the most financial need. In addition, preference will be given to students who have completed the Global Workforce Skills or Global Studies Certificate at Ivy Tech before transferring to IUPUI
Awards are contingent upon acceptance into and participation in the proposed study abroad program. Students who withdraw or are dismissed from the program may need to return all or part of the award to the University
Recipeints will be expected to complete a volunteer activity in support of study abroad or global learning generally at IUPUI or Ivy Tech. (Examples include speaking to classes at Ivy Tech and/or IUPUI about the impact of their experience; video or written reflections to be incorporated into the global modules in Ivy Tech's freshmen seminar IVYT or IUPUI Bridge program; serving as a panelist for a study abroad presentation)
How do I apply?
- Go to One.IU.edu.
- Search for Scholarships.
- Click on the “Scholarships (Blackbaud Award Management)” task and log in with your IU username and password.
- Complete and submit the General Application (if you haven’t already).
- Once you have submitted the General Application, click the Opportunities tab, then click Ours.
- Type “Ivy Tech Transfer Student Study Abroad Scholarship” in the search bar.
- Select the “Ivy Tech Transfer Student Study Abroad Scholarship”.
- Click the Apply button to open the application.
- Complete and submit the Ivy Tech Transfer Student Study Abroad Scholarship application.
Short Essay Questions
- Please describe any previous international experience you have had and what you learned from your travel experience.
- If you have not had international travel experience please describe what you hope to learn from an international experience.
- Describe why you chose this particular study abroad program.
- Describe how this program fits into your personal, professional, and/or academic goals:
- Describe the courses you plan to take abroad: (number of credit hours, course numbers, and course titles, if possible)
- List the degree requirements which will be completed through participation in this program:
- Discuss a time when you entered and thrived in a class, job, or a community where you initially felt like an outsider. How did you work through those feelings? What did you learn from this experience? How would you help others feel included in similar situations?
- In what ways have you prepared for this program? (language and cultural preparation, coursework taken, relevant extracurricular or volunteer activities, consideration of own cultural identities)