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College and Department Scholarships

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  • UNT College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship
    • The College of Business is offering scholarships for its summer study abroad programs and semester abroad programs:
      • Summer 2013 - Faculty-led programs to South America, China, Austria and Europe. $1000 scholarships are available for eligible College of Business students. Visit the link to apply online. Application deadline is February 15, 2013.
      • Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 - Semester abroad programs in Germany, France, South Korea and Thailand. Each program offers $3000 to eligible College of Business students. All programs are open to graduate business students. Undergraduate students may apply to the France, South Korea and Thailand (Mahidol) programs.  Visit the link to apply online.
  • UNT College of Visual Arts and Design
    • The CVAD Student Project Award Fund  CVAD students are eligible to apply for a number of student award opportunities in the College of Visual Arts and Design. These award opportunities were created to directly assist undergraduate and graduate students towards finishing creative projects or scholarly research, presenting at conferences or mounting an exhibition of their work, or with the expenses of study abroad or an internship opportunity.
      • CVAD Student Project Award Fund - An award fund has been created through the generosity of Paul Voertman, Tom and Judy Donahue, and other donors to provide funds for projects (including materials), study abroad, conferences, presentations, research opportunities, and internships (among other possibilities) that enrich the education and opportunities of CVAD students. Visit the link for further information about award packages and deadline dates.
  • UNT Scholarship for Service Learning Programs in Mexico
    • The Scholarship for Service Learning in Mexico ($500.00), awarded each spring semester is designed to cover some of the costs of PACS majors who participate in one of the many PACS Service Learning Courses or Field Schools offered in Mexico during the summer.
  • UNT Jewish Studies Program Schusterman Scholarships for Studies in Israel
    • Jewish Studies Schusterman Scholarship is awarded to students who would like to study in Israel and commit to a Jewish Studies minor. You should direct all inquiries about the Schusterman Scholarships to Professor Richard Golden, Director of the Jewish Studies Program.
  • UNT International Education Scholarship
    • The UNT International Education Scholarhip is open to all continuing UNT students, domestic and international. Each applicant must demonstrate both high academic acheivement and active involvement in international academic and/or international social/cultural/service activities. IELI and certificate students are not eligible for this scholarship.

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1155 Union Circle #310210
Denton, TX 76203-5017
 


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