in the Spring Semester in Thailand may be eligible to receive $5000
from the Freeman Foundation to support their participation. The deadline
for submission of the application is November 1.
are eligible to apply for a Freeman-ASIA award if you meet the following
must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents at the time of application.
must be currently enrolled as undergraduates in U.S. colleges
or universities and be in good academic standing.
must currently receive financial aid or have verifiable need for
financial assistance to study abroad in Asia.
will be given to students with no previous experience in the country
in which they plan to study.
are available only to students who plan to study abroad in the
following countries/regions: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia,
Japan, Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore,
Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
three months after return from a study abroad program in Asia,
awardees must fulfill a service requirement to promote study abroad
in Asia on their home campus and share their knowledge with their
must submit a final report within 6 months after return to the
United States, summarizing their experiences, including the implementation
of the service requirement.
for more information and application materials.
There are also two other
scholarships available to SST students: The Gilman Scholarship and
the NSEP scholarship. Both of these programs are administered by
the Institute of International Education.