Study Abroad Scholarships
Studying abroad can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Webster University is committed to helping students make their experience abroad even more affordable by offering several scholarships specifically for students who plan to study abroad.
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The following awards are offered by Webster University and are coordinated through the Office of Study Abroad. These scholarships are available specifically to Webster University students. In order to be considered for any study abroad scholarship administered from the Office of Study Abroad, students must first complete an online study abroad program application. Some scholarships have specific GPA, financial need or academic requirements, but not all. See individual scholarship for specific eligibility requirements. Non-degree or visiting students are not eligible.
Webster World Traveler Program Award
Criteria: Please refer to the WWTP form within the study abroad application for complete listings of all eligibility requirements and conditions of the award.
Award Amount: Round-trip airfare.
Leif J. Sverdrup Scholarship
Applicants must be full-time, degree seeking undergraduate or graduate students who plan to study abroad at any Webster University campus and plan to study abroad for one or two terms.
All applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 in all coursework completed at Webster. Undergraduate applicants must have attained sophomore, junior or senior status with at least 30 semester credit hours in residence at Webster University. Graduate applicants must have completed 12 credit hours at Webster University.
Priority is given to undergraduates who plan to spend one semester or longer at a Webster international campus. A complete application will include the online application, a statement of purpose, a letter of recommendation, and an unofficial transcript. Applicants must apply online by the appropriate deadline in order to be considered. Awards are competitive and amounts vary. To apply, click here.
The Marilynne Bradley Endowed Fund for Undergraduate Study Abroad
Full-time, degree seeking undergraduate students at the Webster University St. Louis campus are eligible to apply. Applicants must be in good academic and financial standing with the university. Preference is given to students from the School of Education.
Awards will be applied to the cost of housing at any of Webster University's international campuses or to the fees associated with short-term study abroad opportunities. Applicants must apply online by the appropriate deadline in order to be considered. Awards are competitive and amounts vary. To apply, click here.
The Marianne E. Gleich, BA '66 & Peter A. Gleich Endowed Scholarships for Undergraduate
Full-time, traditional undergraduate students at any Webster University campus are eligible to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Awards will be applied to the cost of housing at any of Webster University's international campuses. This is a need based scholarship. A complete application will include the online application, a statement of purpose, financial statement, and an unofficial transcript. Applicants must apply online by the appropriate deadline in order to be considered. Awards are competitive and amounts vary. To apply, click here.
Thailand Housing Scholarship Available for the Spring Semester 2017
Applicants must be full-time, degree seeking undergraduate students at any Webster University campus or WINS partner.
Students studying abroad at the Webster University Thailand Campus for the Spring semester or terms Spring 1 or Spring 2 are eligible for housing awards.Additionally students must meet all study abroad requirements
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