March 2021
Our winter courses filled up, so we know we are onto something - check out these amazing courses where you can really get a taste of a new culture.

Don't miss out on the info sessions - see Upcoming Events below!
Funding
This scholarship to study or intern abroad is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding. Submission deadline March 9
These grants are based on financial need and can be applied to virtual, as well as to in-person programming. Submission deadline March 18
This scholarship provides funding to those who have been traditionally under-represented in study abroad.

Submission deadlines
Summer 2021 - March 12
Fall 2021 - March 12
Opportunities
From Shakespeare's home to archaeology, and Spanish culture to Brazil's Carnival, these programs are sure to educate and enlighten you. Deadlines vary: March 15 - April 15
Recently reactivated honor society provides a network of individuals involved in international experiences. Deadline March 21
Since 2008, this cultural exchange has hosted young writers from all around the world, helping them connect the dots between their home cultures and spark lifelong friendships. Deadline March 31
Don't wait to apply for these resume-enhancing experiences (and the cost is around a quarter of the cost of an on-site internship!). Deadlines vary
Don't forget - you can always live chat with an advisor - login to the Zoom app with your HawkID and password, click “chat,” and search for “Hawkeye Study Abroad Resource Room.”
Upcoming Events
If you haven't been to a Discover Study Abroad session to learn the basics, you should! They are conducted through Zoom every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. and Friday at 11:00 a.m.
News

Learn what benefits you can expect to gain from these programs.

Nearly 50% of UI applicants were granted a Fulbright last year, making UI first in the nation.

UI alumna Sophie Amado talks about meeting King Felipe VI of Spain while on a Fulbright program.

Des Moines native Tuan Truong gained a unique and meaningful academic experience.

Shakira del Toro talks about how receiving certain scholarships made it all possible.
International Programs (IP) provides guidance and support for international students in the University of Iowa community, as well as scholarships and assistance for UI students who wish to study abroad. IP also provides funding opportunities for UI faculty engaged in international research. You can continue to support globally oriented programs and resources by contributing to International Programs. For more information, please contact Jeff Liebermann in the UI Center for Advancement at jeff.liebermann@foriowa.org or 800.648.6973.