Gilman International Scholarships provide grants up to $5,000 for students receiving a Federal Pell Grant.
Scholarships of $500- $1000 available for our WCCCSA Programs; see specific destination pages for more information.
Scholarship Search Engines
IIE Passport - allows you to search for funding by country or subject
Fastweb - all types of scholarships, free registration required to use website
International Education Financial Aid - search for scholarships, grants, and financial aid for studying abroad
NAFSA - Provides many links to resources for U.S. Students Seeking to Study Abroad
Tips for Financing your Study Abroad Experience
Studying abroad can be an expensive endeavor but anyone who has done it will tell you it is worth every cent!
Look for scholarships! Give yourself plenty of time.
Step 1: Shop around and make sure you are paying a fair price for the program.
Step 2: Apply for federal financial aid! If you already qualify for aid, you may qualify for more when studying abroad because the cost of your education is higher. (This changes your "need" ratio.)
Step 3: Please contact the Shoreline Office of Financial Aid as early in the process as possible.