Please note the following guidelines for using University Scholarships to study abroad
Funds may only be used for direct exchange programs in which tuition and fees are paid to NJCU. Program Providers are not eligible.
Scholarship funds may only be applied to tuition and fees for direct exchange programs. Room and board costs, personal expenses, and any other charges from the host university are the student’s responsibility. If the student is eligible, additional financial aid may be available for these expenses.
Students must complete at least 12 credits each semester- withdrawals are not permitted if they reduce the number of credits below 12. Failure to complete 12 credits each semester will result in termination of a University Scholarship.
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program
FEA: Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship- FEA is committed to increasing the opportunities for dedicated American students to participate in high-quality, rigorous education abroad programs by reducing financial restrictions through the provision of grants and scholarships.
National Security Education Program (Boren Scholarships)- For students who want to learn foreign languages critical to US interest, this is a government funded program focused on alternative Study Abroad options with emphasis on languages and countries not commonly available in traditional programs.
Foundation for Global Scholars
The Foundation for Global Scholars offers 4 different scholarship opportunities with different eligibility requirements and award amounts. Please refer to the website for further information about the following scholarship opportunities:
Freeman Asia Scholarship
Japan Student Services Organization Scholarships for Study in Japan
Association of Teachers of Japanese Scholarships
Japanese Government Scholarship Program
Glimpse Correspondents Program Grants- In association with National Geographic, this program will grant $600 and editorial professional support to students specializing in Writing, Photography and Video as well as guaranteed publication in National Geographic Glimpse in print or online.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund- The HSF is the nation’s leading organization supporting Latino higher education. This organization offers an extensive variety of scholarships encompassing different types of students from graduation High School students, community college students and both undergraduate and graduate students in traditional universities.
Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) :German Academic Exchange Service- Institutions of higher education in the Federal Republic of Germany, whose goal is to promote closer international relations among universities and other institutions of higher education, especially through the exchange of individual students and scholars.
Hispanic Study Abroad Scholars (HSAS)- The HSAS Scholarship offers $1,000 per semester to students of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) attending Global Learning Semesters programs.
Qalam wa Lawh Center for Arabic Studies
Selected students will be immersed in intensive Arabic language classes as well as other cultural programs such as cooking, calligraphy, and trips to venues of cultural interest and significance throughout Morocco. The scholarship covers all costs of tuition and housing for the duration of the semester.
Support for study in Asia
Links to various scholarships
Please contact our office if you would like more information.