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Wisconsin School of Business International Programs has a limited number of scholarships dedicated to students studying abroad on any of the programs we administer. Some are limited to School of Business students, but a few are open to non-School of Business students. At this time, only the scholarships we award directly are detailed on Scholarships@UW. For information about other scholarships available to study-abroad participants, go to http://bus.wisc.edu/degrees-programs/international-programs/participants/scholarships-financial-aid or email international@bus.wisc.edu

Application Information

Applications for summer, fall and spring scholarships will be accepted beginning in mid January. Students who apply by the priority deadline (typically the first of March) will be given full consideration.

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deidre.robinson@wisc.edu
3290 Grainger Hall
608-262-4218

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Scholarships for this Program

Scholarships Descriptions
BI Norwegian Business School is pleased to offer multiple scholarships to students studying in Oslo with International Programs. These scholarships are meant to help cover housing costs and will be up to 15,000 Norwegian Kroner (or roughly $2,500 USD).
BI Norwegian Business School is pleased to offer multiple scholarships to students studying in Oslo with International Programs. These scholarships are meant to help cover housing costs and will be up to 15,000 Norwegian Kroner (or roughly $2,500 USD).
This award aims to support students who will study abroad in less traditional study abroad destinations.
This award aims to support students who will study abroad in less traditional study abroad destinations.
Students who apply by the priority deadline and are selected for CIEE programs in South America, Asia, and Russia will automatically be considered for these awards. The following selection criteria will be used when selecting recipients of these awards: Academic record and preparedness Articulated and demonstrated interest in studying abroad (in a less traditional destination) Ability to serve as a positive ambassador of the WSB while abroad, and of International Programs once returned
This award aims to support students who may otherwise not be able to study abroad.
This award aims to support students who may otherwise not be able to study abroad.
Students who apply by the priority deadline and are selected for a CIEE program will automatically be considered for these awards. The primary selection criterion for these awards will be financial need. To be considered, students will need to have submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Secondary selection criteria will include: Academic record and preparedness Articulated and demonstrated interest in studying abroad Ability to serve as a positive ambassador of the WSB while abroad, and of International Programs once returned (specifically to diverse communities of students who are underrepresented on campus and in study abroad).
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. Selection will be based on applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. Demonstrated interest in the host country (through language and/or area studies coursework, for example) and commitment to learn about and share with other cultures are essential. Additional consideration may be given to students on exchange programs with foreign language requirements or with coursework offered in languages other than English. Preference will be given to BBA and Certificate in Business students.
This scholarship is for Accounting majors who study abroad on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs
This scholarship is for Accounting majors who study abroad on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs
Recipients must be Accounting majors studying abroad on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. All Accounting majors may receive this award.
This award supports UW Madison undergraduates who participate on an IES study abroad program through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
This award supports UW Madison undergraduates who participate on an IES study abroad program through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
Applicants must be UW Madison undergraduates who plan to or have been accepted to participate on an IES study abroad program through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs in summer or fall 2017 or spring 2018. Selection will be based on applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. The selection committee will consider how you address the following in your essay and on your resume: how you have prepared yourself for an international experience (with or without previous overseas experience); why studying abroad is important to your academic and career objectives; how you plan to serve as a positive ambassador for the Wisconsin School of Business; and how you plan to help promote study abroad once you return. Additional consideration maybe given for students with demonstrated financial need and a demonstrated interest in the destination. Demonstrated interest could mean area studies coursework, language coursework, or involvement related to the program destination.
The Wisconsin School of Business is pleased to offer scholarships that broaden the student populations that participate on a business study abroad program. By offering financial support, this scholarship aims to support students who otherwise would not have studied abroad....
The Wisconsin School of Business is pleased to offer scholarships that broaden the student populations that participate on a business study abroad program. By offering financial support, this scholarship aims to support students who otherwise would not have studied abroad. Awards will vary in size from $1000 to $5000.
Recipients must be UW Madison business undergraduates studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business. In order to be considered for this award, an applicant must have submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The primary selection criteria for this award will be financial need. Secondary criteria to be considered included academic record, involvement, and demonstrated interest in studying abroad.
This award supports international business majors who study abroad through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
This award supports international business majors who study abroad through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates majoring in International Business and studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. Selection will be based on applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. The selection committee will consider how you address the following in your essay and on your resume: how you have prepared yourself for an international experience (with or without previous overseas experience); why studying abroad is important to your academic and career objectives; how you plan to serve as a positive ambassador for the Wisconsin School of Business; and how you plan to help promote study abroad once you return.
For undergraduates studying abroad through International Programs in the Wisconsin School of Business, this scholarship considers financial need as well as merit.
For undergraduates studying abroad through International Programs in the Wisconsin School of Business, this scholarship considers financial need as well as merit.
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. In order to be considered for this award, an applicant must have submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Selection will be based on financial need as well as applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. The selection committee will consider how you address the following in your essay and on your resume: why studying abroad is important to your academic and career objectives; how you have prepared yourself for an international experience (with or without previous overseas experience); how you plan to serve as a positive ambassador for the Wisconsin School of Business; and how you plan to help promote study abroad once you return. Preference will be given to BBA and Certificate in Business students.
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad on a semester or summer program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
Applicants must be UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad on a semester or summer program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. Selection will be based on applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. The selection committee will consider the following: how you have prepared yourself for an international experience (with or without previous overseas experience); why studying abroad is important to your academic and career objectives; and how you plan to serve as a positive ambassador for the Wisconsin School of Business. Preference will be given to BBA and Certificate in Business students. Additional consideration may be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
This scholarship is for female undergraduate business majors who study abroad through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
This scholarship is for female undergraduate business majors who study abroad through Wisconsin School of Business International Programs.
Applicants must be female UW-Madison undergraduates studying abroad for at least one semester on a program administered by Wisconsin School of Business International Programs. Selection will be based on applicants' academic records, involvement, and essays. The selection committee will consider how you address the following in your essay and on your resume: why studying abroad is important to your academic and career objectives; how you have prepared yourself for an international experience (with or without previous overseas experience); how you plan to serve as a positive ambassador for the Wisconsin School of Business; and how you plan to help promote study abroad once you return
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.