CALS Study Abroad Scholarships for Winter/Spring

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CALS Study Abroad
Deadline
12/11/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. Instructions
    • Applicant must be a CALS STUDENT in the process of applying, or have already applied, to a College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) study abroad or International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Winter Intersession 2018-19, Spring 2019, or Calendar Year 2019. Application opens late August with a deadline of September 28, 2018. If your study abroad program application isn't due until after this date you must still submit your scholarship application by this date to be considered. However, you must already be in the process of applying to your program by September 28, 2018 in order to be eligible for this scholarship. Incomplete scholarship applications or applications submitted to the office will not be considered.
  2. Program Information
    • 01. Please indicate the duration you are applying to study abroad:
    • 02. Please enter the name of the program. If it is an IAP or CALS program, please copy the exact program name from www.studyabroad.wisc.edu.
    • 03. Is your study abroad/away/internship program administered through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Study Abroad Office, International Academic Programs (IAP), or International Internship Programs (IIP)? You can find this information by going to your program page.
    • 04. Please provide a short explanation of your interest in the experiences and address how this program may influence your academic goals or career plans.
    • 05. In what country is your program located?
    • 06. Will you be participating in an internship while abroad?
    • 07. If yes, please elaborate on the academic focus of your internship duties. If no, enter NA.
  3. Financial Information
    • 01. Please explain your financial need and how obtaining this scholarship would assist in your planned study abroad/away/internship program.
  4. Special Considerations
    • 01. Do you currently participate in an unpaid internship or unpaid research in a lab?
    • 02. If yes, please list the number of hours per week during the academic semester. If no, enter NA.
    • 03. Do you currently participate in a paid internship or paid employment?
    • 04. If yes, please list the number of hours per week during the academic semester. If no, enter NA.
    • 05. Are you currently a student athlete?
    • 06. Have you ever traveled outside of the United States for any type of international study/academic experience?
    • 07. If yes, please briefly describe your past international study/academic experience. If no, enter NA.
    • 08. Are you from a rural area of Wisconsin?
    • 09. If yes, please elaborate. If no, enter NA.
    • 10. Is there anything else you would like to tell the scholarship selection committee.
  5. Conditions of Scholarship
    • 01. If you are selected to receive a CALS Study Abroad/Away scholarship, it is expected that you will help with promotion of the program by sharing your experiences with prospective students. Do you agree to submit 5 photos from your program?
    • 02. If you are selected to receive a CALS Study Abroad/Away Scholarship, it is expected that you will help with the promotion of the program by sharing your experiences with prospective students. Do you agree to Volunteer 1 - 2 hours at one of the following events following the duration you're abroad: * Study Abroad Fair * CALS Grow Global Open House * Global Health Certificate Field Study Fair * As a panelist/returned student at a Study Abroad Workshop * Other CALS Study Abroad - sponsored events * (Alternate options will be provided for student who are graduating and not returning to campus.)