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Robert Tieken and Cristina Acosta Scholarship
The Saint Louis University Madrid campus provides tuition scholarships to a select number of U.S. students who have been accepted to study abroad on the Madrid campus.
The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies TBC Semester Scholarship
The Beijing Center offers three $1,000 semester scholarships to U.S. students. These are academically awarded and require a brief essay. Students who are accepted to the program are eligible to apply.
Adorjan Scholarship Program, Hungary - Saint Louis University The Center for International Studies, at Saint Louis University, is the administrative hub for a new scholarship program generously funded by SLU Trustee Joseph Adorjan. The Adorjan Scholarship Program funds the exchange of students between Saint Louis University, Saint Louis University-Madrid, and Pazmany Peter University in Budapest, Hungary. The Scholarship covers travel and extra costs of attending one of the partner institutions, and will provide the additional support needed for students who might not normally afford a study abroad experience, ranging $2,000-$5,000.
John Felice Rome Center Scholarship- Loyola Rome Program
Thanks to generous alumni-benefactors, the John Felice Rome Center (JFRC) offers various awards exclusively for students currently enrolled in accredited, baccalaureate-granting U.S. institutions who will be studying abroad at the JFRC during a subsequent semester
South Korea, Seoul
Sogang Global Scholarship
The Office of International Affairs, at Sogang University, awards the Sogang Global Scholarship, which covers about 50% of the on-campus dormitory fee to a select number of exchange students.
Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam semester scholarships are available for visiting students studying abroad at the Loyola Vietnam Center who demonstrate financial need. Contact the study abroad team for additional information.