Scholarships and Financial Aid Opportunities
Your financial aid and current scholarships may be able to be applied to your education abroad program. Here are some general considerations regarding financial aid and current scholarships:
- Must be participating in either a TWU faculty-led program or in a TWU affiliated program (AIFS, API, ISA, Harlaxton)
- Must meet the parameters of your scholarships. Typically, Title IV funding (Pell, Stafford, and PLUS) can be applied. Contact administrators of any private scholarships you receive to determine whether or not this might also be applied to an education abroad program.
- For programs that cost more than the current price of attendance at TWU, financial aid may potentially be increased to help cover additional costs.
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more detailed information:
International Education Fee scholarship
As part of TWU mandatory fees, TWU students contribute each semester toward the International Education fee. This fund assists students participating in TWU international exchange and study programs. The International Education Fee Scholarship is open to all TWU students, including international students, meeting the eligibility requirements as stipulated in the application.
International Education Fee Scholarship Application (Google Drive)
- Summer programs: March 15
- Spring programs: October 15
- Fall programs: March 15
Administration and contact information
Complete applications should be submitted to the Education Program Abroad office on or before the deadline. Only completed applications will be considered for potential scholarship awards.
Education Abroad Programs
Blagg-Huey Library, Suite 230
P.O. Box 425978
Denton, TX 76204-5978
Each of our providers (AIFS, API, or ISA) offer international scholarships for students opting to participate in one of their programs abroad:
- American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
- American Programs International (API)
- International Studies Abroad (ISA)
- Benjamin A. Gilman – must be a Pell Grant recipient to be eligible
- Phi Kappa Phi – must have a minimum 3.75 GPA
- U.S. Department of Education
- Institute of International Education
- National Science Foundation
- Social Science Foundation
- American Association of University Women
Page last updated 3:06 PM, September 29, 2016