This page includes information on Study Abroad Scholarships available to Andrew Young School students and participants in Georgia State University Study Abroad programs. For information on other scholarships for Study Abroad participants, visit the Study Abroad Office’s Funding Page.
AYS Study Abroad Grant
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is committed to helping students enrich their academic programs through international exchange and study. In 2017, the Dean’s Office will award $500 grants to individuals studying abroad during Maymester/Summer and $1,000 for students studying abroad on semester-length programs. Priority will be given to students who have never studied abroad and have financial need.
To be eligible for a $500 Maymester/Summer grant, you must provide evidence that you have made a deposit for a Maymester/Summer study abroad program. Suitable evidence is a screenshot of your deposit receipt from PAWS saved as a PDF. Students participating in semester-length exchange programs must have evidence of acceptance to the exchange program.
Questions about grants for study abroad should be directed to Cyntoria Johnson at email@example.com
International Access Scholarship
The International Access Scholarship (IAS) includes two awards:
- Need-based financial aid recipients with a minimum institutional GPA of 2.75 for undergraduates and 3.2 for graduate students.
- First-generation college students (defined as neither your mother nor father graduated from a 4-year institution); there is no GPA requirement for the first-generation award.
Applicants must be enrolled in degree or certificate programs who will be earning credit for an experience abroad. Your study abroad program application is your scholarship application for the IAS! All qualified applicants who:
- have been accepted to a GSU program or approved for a non-GSU program*
- have paid their deposit (for GSU faculty-led programs only)
by the deadlines listed below will be considered for the scholarship.
Spring 2019: October 31, 2018
Summer/Maymester: February 15, 2019
Fall 2019: April 15, 2019
*For students participating in non-GSU programs, you must submit your Transfer Credit Approval form in order to be “approved” for study abroad and to be considered for the IEF scholarship. For students participating in international internships and/or international independent study courses, you must submit the International Internship/Independent Study Checklist by the deadline in order to be “approved” for your international academic experience.
Coca-Cola Global Ambassador Scholarship
The Coca-Cola Global Ambassador Scholarship is open to first generation college students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at GSU. Preference is given to Robinson College of Business students and students with little international experience. The minimum institutional GPA for undergraduate students is 2.75 and the minimum institutional GPA for graduate students is 3.0. Applicants must be accepted to or in the process of enrolling in a credit-bearing study abroad program. Awards range from $1500 – $2500 based on the length of the program. Qualified applicants may apply online.
Spring Programs (January 1-April 30): October 15, 2018
Summer Programs (May 1-December 31): February 15, 2019