Haenicke Institute for Global Education
Scholarship for Study Abroad
for WMU faculty-led programs
The Haenicke Institute for Global Education offers need- and merit-based scholarships for short-term study abroad programs directed by WMU faculty in late spring, summer I and summer II semesters. Need-based awards are worth up to $1,500; merit-based awards are worth up to $1,000.
Eligible students may apply for one or both awards. Twenty-one short-term, faculty-led study abroad programs are being offered in 2013 and are eligible for scholarship consideration. Program list follows; titles are linked to comprehensive program brochures.
- Enrollment in a WMU degree-granting program; students who have completed WMU degree requirements are not eligible for this scholarship. The cost estimate from the online program brochure (list follows) is the official financial aid budget. Applicants who have not filed a FAFSA with the WMU Financial Aid office are not eligible for need-based awards.
- All WMU students may be considered for merit-based award on competitive basis – GPA 3.0 or higher.
- U.S. citizens or permanent residents may also apply for need-based awards, which are based on demonstrated financial need (FAFSA required) and expected family contribution (EFC) calculation.
- Admission and commitment (deposit made) to a summer study abroad program taught by WMU faculty.
|DEADLINE ||PERIOD OF STUDY |
| March 1 || |
Summer I (one in spring noted below)
| April 1|| Summer II|
The following programs are eligible for the
Haenicke Institute for Global Education Study Abroad Scholarship:
International Perspectives on Aging
Dublin and Belfast, Ireland
Books Arts in Venice
Cornuda, Verona, Venice, Italy
Business Leaders Down Under
Cultural Connections: Causes of Globalization and Consequences on Systems
Discover Beijing Inner Mongolia
Hohhot, Inner Mongolia and Beijing, China
Exploring Engineering, Science and Culture in Spain
Valencia, Granada and Madrid
German Business and Culture
Berlin, Hamburg and Paderborn
Global Business in Thailand & Japan
Bangkok and Tokyo
Latin American Economies
Life & Leisure in Ancient Rome
Photography Now: Research and Practice
Berlin, London, Paris, Kalamazoo
Russian Language and Culture
Western Roots of Design-Classical Greece
Greece, multiple cities
Chinese Language and Culture
Doing Business in China
Beijing, China; Shanghai, China
Focus on Health Care: Summer School Utrecht
Lyon Summer Program
Summer in Istanbul
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro (graduate)
Universidad de Cantabria (undergraduate)
Tourism Spaces of the United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
WMU Study Abroad online program search