GSC Funding Opportunities
Summer 2020 Funding Available
University of Pittsburgh's Study Abroad Panther Program
Global Studies is pleased to offer several $3000 in tuition remission for students enrolled in one of Pitt's Study Abroad Panther Program. Student must take courses that count towards one of Global Studies certificates or a BPHIL/IAS/Global Studies. First priority will be given to students enrolled in a Global Studies academic program.
Students will be expected to provide a reflection of their study abroad experience for GSC publication. To learn more about the tuition remission scholarship and to apply, click here.
GSC Tuition Remission for Graduate Students Studying Less Commonly Taught Languages
To encourage students to study a language deemed to be of critical importance by the U.S. Department of Education, the Global Studies Center is pleased to announce a supplemental tuition remission program available to full-time graduate students.
Global Studies Student Ambassador Fellowship and GSC Internships
The GSC offers Global Studies Student Ambassador Fellowships to offset some tuition costs in exchange for work with the GSC office.
Click here to learn more about the 2019-2020 Global Studies Student Ambassadors.
Additional Funding Opportunities
International Studies Fund
The International Studies Fund (ISF) is intended to help students at the University of Pittsburgh conduct research on international issues or in international settings. “International” is defined as relating to another country or culture, comparative analysis covering more than one country or culture, studies of international relations or of transnational activities, or studies which examine topics related to global issues. Full-time graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Pittsburgh from all Schools and Campuses are eligible to submit a proposal, including international degree-seeking students.
Nationality Rooms Scholarships
The Summer Study Abroad scholarships sponsored by the Nationality Rooms Committees reflect decades of work by those committees to honor an ideal--education through cultural exchange. After their rooms were built, the groups decided to stay together to raise funds enabling eligible University of Pittsburgh students to study abroad, thereby experiencing another culture in depth.
Study Abroad Scholarships
Students may apply for a range of scholarships to help defray the cost of a study abroad program.