Financing your Study Abroad Experience with Scholarships!
Finding ways to fund your program abroad can seem like a challenge. One worth taking! Although it will take some work, you should follow our guide below to look at some of the resources available to you. Take action now and you’ll be eligible for more scholarships than you’d imagine.
Are you a CSI student? If so, keep reading. If not, go to Step 3.
Fill out a CSI Grant Application after you open an application to study abroad at: studyabroad.csi.cuny.edu/. You can learn more about the available scholarships for CSI students at: www.csi.cuny.edu/international/study_abroad/finaid.html. Then make an appointment with an advisor at the Center for Global Engagement [Studyab@csi.cuny.edu].
Visit www.csi.cuny.edu/advancement/scholarships.html, open the link to the Fellowship & Scholarship Database, and make an appointment with Michele Callahan [CSI Fellowship and Scholarship Advisor, 718.982.2332, firstname.lastname@example.org]
If you are a CSI student going on a College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) program, you can view a complete list of CCIS and CCIS Program Scholarships here.
Are you a CUNY (CSI too) student? If so, keep reading, if not, go to Step 4. Visit www1.cuny.edu/sites/studyabroad/financial-matters/national-and-local-scholarships/chancellors-global-scholarship-cgs-for-study-abroad/ to learn about the Chancellor’s Global Scholarship (CGS) for Study Abroad. Also visit CUNY’s scholarship page at: www2.cuny.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/.
Check out these lists of resources and scholarships open to all students.
Dates will vary by scholarship - pay close attention so that you don't miss any deadlines. Remember, the earlier you start the better chance you have of finding scholarships that meet your needs.