Undergraduate scholarships, postgraduate scholarships, other funding
Depending on the program and site, a semester or year abroad on a Partner Program is comparable in cost to a semester or year at Drake.
Financial aid is available for study abroad, and the Office of Student Financial Planning reviews each student's package individually. Drake University allows students to take 100% of their loans, grants, and scholarships on approved Partner Programs.
Supplemental study abroad scholarship money is available to students demonstrating exceptional financial need, as funds allow.
Drake Global Learning Scholarships
Burmeister Scholarship for Uganda Summer Travel Seminars
Gendron Scholarship for Non-European Programs
Johansen Scholarship for Pharmacy and Health Science Majors
Levin Scholarship for Promoting Better Understanding Between Persons of Different Faiths
Nelson Scholarship for International Relations, International Business, Language minors, East Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, and Global and Comparative Health
Olson Global Service-Learning Scholarship
The Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Scholarship
Thibodeau Scholarship for Global Citizenship
Zimpleman Scholarship for Global Experiential Learning
These scholarships are designed to enable students to reach their full potential as responsible global citizens. All six scholarships are financial need based, but have slightly different selection criteria. Learn about the selection criteria for each of the Global Learning Scholarships.
Apply for the Drake Global Learning Scholarships through your Drake International online program application!
National Study Abroad Scholarships
If you are applying to an Partner Partner program, you are likely eligible for their scholarships and grants. These may be need or merit-based awards, and require a separate application directly with the Partner. Scholarship deadlines may be earlier than the study abroad program deadline, therefore, early planning can pay off! Check out other sources for study abroad scholarships:
Boren Scholarship is sponsored by the National Security Education Program and provides up to $20,000 to study a language or area that has been deemed critical to U.S. foreign interests. See more details below about the application timeframe and deadline.
Gilman Scholarship is sponsored by the Department of State and provides awards for undergraduate students who receive Pell grants as part of their financial aid package. See more details below about the application timeframe and deadline.
IIE Study Abroad Funding Search
Scholarships to study in Australia
German Academic Exchange Service is administered by the German Government, this program provides short and long-term scholarships for Americans wanting to go to Germany. This includes internship exchanges in science labs, the German Bundestag (Congress), and journalistic areas
Fulbright United Kingdom (U.K.) Summer Institutes are intended for academically distinguished U.S. students (3.7 GPA or higher) who are Freshman or Sophomores, and have little to no travel experiences abroad. See more details below about the application timeframe and deadline.