Our goal is to make study abroad accessible and affordable for all interested undergraduate students.

The Office of International Programs is here to help you put together the right program and get financial support.

Get started today. Review the funding opportunities below and make plans to visit our office. Contact Ketja Lingenfelter to learn more.

Global Engagement Awards

The following endowments are awarded during three deadlines of January 31, March 15, and September 30. Please fill out the Application for College of Agricultural Sciences Study Abroad Funds to be considered for these awards. Some funds will also be available for virtual international programs, internships, research, and other limited remote or virtual international activities during 2020-2021 only at the discretion of the donor.

Joseph Cordivano, Sr., Memorial Award

GO! The Global Opportunity Award

GOTCHA Fund

MAP! The Marilyn McPheron Around the Planet Award for International Experiences for Undergraduates in the College of Agricultural Sciences

Earl and Kay Harbaugh Endowment for International Programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences

George Settlemyer Fund for International Agriculture Experiences

The Elaine and Howard Steele Fund for Ag Adventures

The Ron & Dorothy Young Fund in International Agriculture

Undergraduate International Research Competitive Grants Program

This scholarship is awarded in July and should be applied for by filling out the College of Ag Sciences general scholarship application which is due April 30:

James and Pamela Reese Arbuckle Scholarship in International Agriculture

 

Additional Funding Opportunities

Student Engagement Grants

University-wide Opportunities

University Fellowships Office

College of Agricultural Sciences Opportunities

Government, Private, and Other Funding Opportunities

International Programs

Address

106 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802

International Programs

Address

106 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802