Check with your academic department(s) to find out if they offer any scholarships for education abroad.
Some department scholarships that are generally offered are listed below. Please note funding may not be available in every cycle.
The Bloom Family Summer Internship in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Are you interested in pursuing an international internship this summer related to Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention? Would you like to receive up to $7,000 to help cover costs associated with that experience? Apply for the Bloom Family Summer Internship in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention! All currently matriculated Binghamton University undergraduate students who declare a GMAP minor and are in good academic standing are eligible. Click here for more information.
Donald Quataert Educational Enrichment Grant
Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development
This $1,500 award supports educational enrichment in Middle East and North Africa Studies, including for education abroad. Visit the Donald Quatert Undergraduate Awards
website for details.
Are you interested in pursuing an unpaid education abroad summer internship but don't know how you can fund it? Check out the Student Affairs Internship Fund administered through the Fleishman Center! Undergraduates with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who are U.S. citizens and have a current FAFSA on on file may receive between $500 and $5000 dollars to help offset internship costs. Visit the Student Affairs Internship Fund webpage from more information on how to apply.
Paul R. Ewald '72, MA '76 Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is intended for a student majoring in German language at Binghamton University who demonstrates an aptitude and interest in the study of Germanic linguistics, especially Germanic and Indo-European historical linguistics. First preference will be given to a student with proven financial need, as demonstrated by their FAFSA. No additional application is needed. For more information, see the German Studies scholarships page for more information.
The Romance Languages study abroad page, including information on department scholarships can be accessed here.
Saul and Ruth Levin Educational Enrichment Grant
The Levin Grant is provided by the department of Middle Eastern and Ancient Mediterranean Studies (MEAMS) for Ancient Mediterranean Studies majors to participate in a project or extracurricular activity related to their studies. Applicants may submit a proposal outlining their project to MEAMS for the opportunity to earn grant funding up to $5,000. See more information on the Levin Grant webpage.
Scholarship for Linguistics Majors
The Binghamton University Scholars Program offers an award in the amount of $3,500 to undergraduate students in good standing with the Scholars Program who will participate on an Education Abroad program during the fall of their sophomore year or later. The program must be at least 3 credits and take place in the summer, winter, or semester terms. Spring break and/or travel courses are excluded. Visit the Scholars Program "Resources" webpage
to learn more.
The Linguistics Program is offering six $500 merit based education abroad scholarships per academic year (two in each semester) to qualifying Linguistics majors. Recipient must have at least a 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.25 GPA in Linguistics. Non-SUNY programs may also be eligible. For more information, visit the Linguistics department "Scholarships" webpage.
Students with a major or minor in Binghamton University's German program are encouraged to apply for this scholarship primarily awarded for participation in the Graz and Leipzig programs. Visit the department of German Studies study abroad page for more information.
For more information regarding Binghamton based scholarships and national and external scholarships, please visit the menu at the left or the "Scholarships and Financial Aid" landing page.