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IPC & UNCG Scholarships

IPC Logo HorizontalIPC Travel Grant

With the help of some very generous donors who value the role of international education, UNCG's International Programs Center offers travel grants in amounts up to $1,100 to hundreds of students studying abroad on UNCG programs every year.

► For semester/year programs, awards vary based on program location and length, but are typically between $600 and $1,000.
Lloyd International Honors College students in good standing can receive up to $1,100 for a semester/year program. 
Students do not need to apply and are automatically considered when they apply to an eligible UNCG or ISEP partner program.

► Summer travel grants are limited, but students participating in eligible programs will be invited to apply in early spring for an award of $150-200. 
Lloyd International Honors College students in good standing may receive up to $400 for a summer program.

Currently, Students traveling on short-term programs during the fall or spring semesters are not eligible to receive travel grants.

UNCG logo 2019Other UNCG Department Scholarships

Many other UNCG schools and departments offer their own scholarships specifically for study abroad and international travel.  Click on any of the scholarship names or links to learn more. Even if your department is not specifically listed below, you should check to see what kind of funds may be available. 

 Division of Student Affairs

Click here for more Bryan-specific opportunities.

The College of Arts and Sciences includes many majors in the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences.  

Click here for more CASA-specific opportunities.

 HHS Click here for more HHS-specific opportunities.



Click here for more NUR-specific opportunities. 

  • SOE Abroad: Education students can receive up to $1,000 for their study abroad program, including faculty-led, summer partner, or semester/year exchanges.
  • Smiley Award:The Smiley Award supports global educational opportunities for current undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Education at UNC Greensboro. Undergraduate or graduate School of Education students who serve as outstanding global education ambassadors through international or local engagement may apply for this award.
Click here for more SOE-specific opportunities.

Click here for more CVPA-specific opportunities.