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Study Abroad Scholarships

State Department Funded Exchange
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Catherine Cartier

on 29 April 2013

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Study Abroad
Scholarships by Catherine Cartier State Department Scholarships Other Scholarships Youth for Understanding Critical Language
Scholarships Thank you! Eligibility NSLIY
National Security Language Initiative for Youth CBYX
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange YES Abroad
Youth Exchange and Study Overview State Department Funded Exchange
-- Why study abroad
--YES/NSLIY/CBYX -65 scholarship for one year
-founded after 9/11, predominantly Muslim countries -600 scholarships (100 year, 500 summer) -amount of scholarships varies by region
-one year in Germany
-timeline: application and interview
-http://www.usagermanyscholarship.org/about/ For all scholarships, you must be:
-between the ages of 15-18 at the start of program
-a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident
-a current high school student at time of application
-a GPA of 3.0 or above -scholarships for year and summer
-eligibility varies
-website: http://yfuusa.org/american-students/scholarships.php -for undergraduates to spend the summer abroad
-website: http://www.clscholarship.org/
-study Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, Urdu, Arabic, Persian,
Chinese, Japanese and Russian -my email: cmcartier96@gmail.com
-my blog: writingsfromrabat.blogspot.com Why Study Abroad? -language learning
-break down barriers
-personal growth
-a new home
-FUN! -Each year, the State Department funds scholarships
to send U.S. high school students abroad. -With these scholarships, all expenses are covered. -Programs well run in safe locations -travel to Bosnia, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia,
Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Oman, South Africa,
Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey -timeline: online, In Person Selection,
finalist notification, orientation, and departure -opportunities while abroad -language focus in China, Egypt, India, Jordan,
Korea, Morocco, Oman, Russia, Taiwan, Tajikstan,
and Turkey -timeline: application, interview, departure -nsliforyouth.org -yesprograms.org/yesabroad CIEE-KOrea -two weeks in South Korea
-www.ciee.org/southkorea
-due May 15! Rotary Youth Exchange -55 countries across the world
-run locally with Rotary club
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