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Financial Planning

Studying abroad can be very affordable, but like any educational opportunity, it requires planning.  Study abroad programs vary in cost, depending on the type of program (Exchange, Co-Sponsored, or Direct Enroll), length of stay (year, semester, summer or spring break) and destination.  In order to make study abroad affordable for interested students, Purdue offers many study abroad scholarship opportunities.

Purdue Study Abroad Scholarships:

  • $3000 - Semester programs
  • $2000 - Programs at least 6 weeks and 6 credits
  • $1000 - Short-term programs less than 6 weeks or 6 credits
  • Find more information here.

Taiwan Spring Break Scholarships:

Telamon Scholarship

  • $300 - Krannert Taiwan Spring Break program only
  • Krannert students only
  • Contact Adrienne Albrecht at amalbrec@purdue.edu for more information.

McDuffee Management Scholarship

  • $500 - Krannert Taiwan Spring Break program only
  • Krannert students only - BSIM and STOM majors preferred
  • Students may apply for the scholarship after being accepted to the Taiwan program.  Contact Adrienne Albrecht at amalbrec@purdue.edu for more information.  
  • Requirements: 3.0 or higher GPA, leadership experience, essay questions and personal recommendation
  • Maximum of two scholarships to be awarded for the 2016 Spring Break program. 

Purdue Division of Financial Aid:

  • Students participating in study abroad programs may be eligible for federal financial aid. Even those students who are not currently receiving aid may be eligible for financial assistance for the period they study abroad.
  • Contact a Financial Aid Administrator for more information: http://www.studyabroad.purdue.edu/ContactUs/.