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Welcome to the CALS International Education and Study Abroad Scholarship page. CALS students planning to study or intern abroad on a CALS, International Academic Programs (IAP), or International Internship Program (IIP) experience during summer or fall 2017 are eligible to apply for CALS Study Abroad Scholarships by completing one application. CALS students must have submitted a study abroad or internship abroad application in order to be eligible for any CALS Study Abroad summer or fall 2017 scholarships. Students who have not submitted a study or internship abroad program application by the scholarship deadline will not be considered for CALS Study Abroad Scholarships.
           
The CALS Study Abroad Scholarship Application for summer and fall 2017 programs will open on Monday, January 9, 2017. The deadline for consideration is midnight, Friday February 24, 2017. 

To apply for CALS Study Abroad Scholarships, go to MyUW and click the Student Services tab at the top of the page. Proceed to Scholarships@UW-Madison. You may also access the application directly using: scholarships.wisc.edu and clicking on "Visit My Scholarships."

CALS students who are enrolled full-time and submit a program application for CALS, IAP, or IIP summer or fall Study Abroad experiences will be considered for CALS Study Abroad Scholarships as appropriate, depending on some or all of the following: academic achievement, personal qualifications, financial need, career interests, and/or major/program of interest. To be considered for scholarships with a financial need component, you must have a FAFSA filed.  Also, receiving the Promega International Scientific Internship Scholarship supersedes any CALS study abroad scholarship funding.

To ensure consideration of your scholarship application, it must be received by midnight, Friday, February 24, 2017. Distribution of all CALS Study Abroad Scholarship awards is contingent upon your acceptance in and completion of a CALS, IAP, or IIP Study Abroad experience for the term in which the scholarship is provided.

International Academic Programs (IAP) also awards study abroad scholarships to UW-Madison students going abroad. CALS students are eligible to apply for IAP scholarships and are encouraged to do so.  Scholarship applications can be found in Scholarships@UW-Madison (scholarships.wisc.edu ). IAP also maintains a scholarship chart with other UW, national, and program specific scholarships which can be viewed at https://www.studyabroad.wisc.edu/scholarships.html

Please email studyabroad@cals.wisc.edu or call us at (608) 262-3003 for more information about CALS Study Abroad Scholarships.

Application Information

There are 2 application cycles per year for CALS Study Abroad Scholarships.
  • CALS Study Abroad Scholarship Application for Summer/Fall Programs
  • CALS Study Abroad Scholarship Application for Winter/Spring Programs



    Scholarships for this Program

    Scholarships Descriptions
    Oscar and Ethel Allen were researchers, authors, and graduates of UW-Madison in the field of bacteriology. Their contributions on the UW Madison campus are far reaching and include assisting the Daughters of Demeter organization with extra-curricular funding opportunities. ...
    This CALS scholarship is provided by The Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and a commitment to education and service.
    Born in Glendale Wisconsin, Douglas D. Sorenson, earned his undergrad degrees in Soil Science and Agronomy, and then his M.S. in Soil Science all at the University of Wisconsin. He went on to teach at Mazomanie High School, but returned...
    The Endowment of Undergraduate Excellence fund was created through the generosity of multiple donors in 1997 at the University of Wisconsin Foundation. This College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) fund is used to support CALS students in a...
    The Fest Family wishes to enhance undergraduate education and unique experiential learning opportunites in the hopes of creating a prosporous future for those interested in the dairy industry. CALS students majoring in Dairy Science benfit greatly from the generosity...
    The George E. Shook International/Study Abroad Scholarship was established in honor of Dairy Science Emeritus Professor George Shook, and assists undergraduate students participating in international study abroad experiences.
    This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life...
    This CALS scholarship was established to honor the years of service of Jobelle Shands, a member and officer of the Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and...
    This CALS scholarship is provided through the generosity of Agricultural and Applied Economics Emeritus Professor Ken Shapiro. Professor Shapiro was also the former Associate Dean and Director for the Office of International Programs in CALS. He found great...
    This CALS scholarship was provided by Dick Barrows, a former Associate Dean of CALS, in honor of his parents, Neil and Audrey Barrows.
    This CALS scholarship was made possible by the generosity of Oscar and Ethel Allen, researchers, authors, and graduates of UW-Madison in the field of bacteriology. The Allens believed in enhancing and supporting the extra-curricular experiences of students thru internships...
    After returning serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, William W. Ward graduated with a BS in Agricultural Education in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. Ward and his wife Janice ran a dairy farm for more than...
    William F. Renk, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course Program, formed the William F. Renk & Company with his sons in 1934. In addition to the family business, Mr. Renk was founder and chairman...
    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.