Funding for study abroad is usually awarded
annually. Deadlines range from six to eighteen months in advance of travel date. As soon
as possible, contact the person noted for the opportunity of interest.
Funding for senior students in the humanities who intend
to pursue graduate studies which lead to careers in college teaching. Contact: Prof.
Teresa Mc Kenna, English - 740-2808. Nominations made in September.
Funding for one year of study in any foreign country
with a Rotary Club; possibility of one/two months of intensive language training during
the summer. USC Rotary Club contact required. Contact: Prof. Paul Knoll, History -
740-1657. The earlier, the better.
Funding for U.S. citizens to study for up to three years
at Oxford University in England. Applicants must be unmarried, under 24 years of age, and
certain to complete the bachelorís degree before entering Oxford. Applicants with
significant extracurricular activities and high GPA are preferred. Institutional
nomination required. Contact: Prof. Bryce Nelson, Journalism - 740-3930. Early
Funding for graduate students with U.S. citizenship to
study in England. Applicants must be under 26 years of age and have a GPA>3.7
Tony Tambascia, Student Affairs
IIE provides funding for a year abroad
(over 100 countries from which to choose) for graduating seniors and graduate students
with U.S. citizenship. Students who will receive the Ph.D. degree prior to the date of
travel are eligible for the CIES (Faculty & Professionals Award). Contact: Richard Tithecott in the
Graduate School - 740-9033, GFS 315. Applications available in June; USC deadline
mid-September; At-Large deadline mid September. CIES deadlines range from May - January,
depending on country and area of interest.
Funding for one year of study in Germany, Switzerland or
Austria with foundation support for U.S. citizens. Proficiency in German requisite.
Contact Prof. Cornelius Schnauber, German - 740-2802.
Luce Scholars Program
One year internship placement in Southeast Asia for
graduating seniors or recent graduates who are U.S. Citizens. Institutional Nomination
required. Deadline 1 November. Contact: The Graduate School, GFS 315.