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Various Scholarship opportunities to travel to Norway
Students must study at SRISA for a minimum of a full semester - summer courses are not eligible / Minimum 3.0GPA /
At the time of applying for a scholarship, you must be enrolled in a North American college or university where transfer credit from an academic program abroad will be applied to your degree being earned.
Majoring in: Photography, Film, Art, Travel and Tourism, Foreign Language/
This is an annual scholarship that awards $1000 to an undergraduate student. Applicants must submit an essay that does not exceed 500 words on why they want to study abroad. The winning essay will be judged on writing ability, creativity, originality and overall excellence.
Summer program for American students to intensively study Chinese (Mandarin) and immerse themselves in Taiwanese culture for two months.
No Taiwanese or Chinese heritage; 3.0 GPA on 4 .0 Scale
The scholarship covers tuition, dormitory fees, off-campus excursions, and accident insurance (includes outpatient medical, but no hospitalization). You are responsible for expenses for meals, dormitory electricity and airfare to/from Taiwan.
The Teaching Assistant Program in France offers you the opportunity to work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages. Each year, over 1,100 American citizens and permanent residents teach in public schools across all regions of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments of French such as Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Rйunion.
French proficiency, between 20-35 years old, native English speaker, three+ years of postsecondary education
Monthly stipend of €790
Financial need, academic merit
The Archbold Fellowship program was established in 1979 with an endowment by Mr. Archbold for the purpose of supporting educational exchange between the United States and Norway. Fellowships are offered to Americans and Norwegians for a year of graduate, post-doctoral, or professional study/research. Americans may apply to come to Norway in even-numbered years (2014, 2016, 2018…) and Norwegians may apply in odd-numbered years (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019…). The primary purpose of the program is to increase understanding between scholars from the two countries.
The Nahum Goldmann Fellowship, sponsored by the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, is an intensive experience in Jewish living, learning and leadership where participants engage in the highest level of study and discussion on issues of Jewish identity and Peoplehood. The Memorial Foundation has organized twenty-seven International Fellowships since 1987 in Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, Australia, Southeast Asia, South Africa, South America and Israel.
Interest in Jewish culture, leadership and education. Age 25-40.