Scholarships and Funding

Many scholarships are available to Broward College students who want to study abroad. When applying for scholarships, students are encouraged to carefully review the eligibility requirements and the application procedures, and make an appointment to meet with study abroad staff if applying for any scholarships outside of Broward College.

Deadlines for application submission range from two (2) months to one (1) year before the study abroad program begins, so students are encouraged to plan.

Download a comprehensive list of study abroad scholarships (PDF) and navigate below to learn more.

Meet Samuel. The 2019 William E. Greene Scholarship recipient will be studying in Spain for the summer.

Scholarships Offered by Broward College

The William E. Greene Scholarship covers program costs for one term of study abroad at one of the Broward College study abroad programs:

  1. International College of Seville (ICS) in Seville, Spain
  2. Universidad Veritas in San Jose, Costa Rica
  3. Salzburg College in Salzburg, Austria

Every year, two scholarships are awarded: one for the Spring, and one for the Fall term. Students who apply for the scholarship will be asked to indicate their preference for one of the locations by specifying their first, second, and third choice, and why they made this selection.

To be considered for the scholarship, please email the completed WEG Scholarship application form to the Study Abroad Office at

The application deadline:

  • Fall 2024 - Application closes on April 15, 2024, at midnight. (EST)

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Faculty-Led Program Travel Grants are designed to help defray the cost of participating in a Broward College-sponsored faculty-led study abroad program during the Spring Break or Summer Term.

Grant amounts range from $250 - $1,000.

Please, only fill out and submit AFTER you have applied to your faculty-led program of choice. Faculty-Led Travel Grant Program Application Form (PDF).

The Summer 2024 deadline has been extended to April 5, 2024

The Robert "Bob" Elmore Honors College is designed to help Honors students defray the cost of Broward College Faculty-Led Study Abroad programs during the spring break and summer term.

This award assists Honors students who have limited financial means to study abroad. The grant application can be accessed via the Honors College D2L page. For more information about access to the application page please contact the Honors College at

The Armstrong International Internship Grant was created by former Broward College President, J. David. Armstrong, Jr., will support students participating in summer internships hosted by CRCC Asia. Participants will intern with companies in South Korea or Vietnam in one of 18 available career fields.

The grant will award students the amount to cover program costs for a 1-month internship. Selected students are responsible for paying administrative fees/commitments and travel costs.

Scholarships Offered Outside of Broward College

The Thomas W. McCormick Scholarship Fund, Corp., was incorporated on December 30, 2004, as a Florida non-profit corporation. Its primary purpose is to provide scholarships to deserving students to promote culture and learning. This program is designed to promote education, encourage people to experience other cultures, and enrich their lives.

The McCormick Scholarship can be applied to Broward College Faculty-led programs or a BC-CCIS Sponsored summer program.

Please note: The McCormick Foundation will give preference to students participating in programs with a language component. Other programs will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Funds cannot be guaranteed.

Upon receipt of applications, recommendations, and biographies, a committee reviews each applicant with the process of eliminating those who do not qualify according to the criterion outlined above. Interviews will then be scheduled for the remaining applicants. Each student is required to sign a "consent form" and a "waiver of responsibility." All selected applicants will receive up to $1,000.

When the students return from abroad, they provide board members with a report of their trip, what they have learned, both culturally and educationally, and photographs or a video of highlights of their trip

McCormick Scholarship Application (PDF)

Application Deadline: February 28, 2019

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE), is open to U.S. undergraduate citizens from two- and four-year institutions who receive a Federal Pell Grant and study abroad for academic credit. Gilman Scholars receive up to $5,000 to apply for their study abroad programs.

The David L. Boren Scholarship provides up to $20,000 to U.S. undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Central, and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded. Boren scholarships are funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), which focuses on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security.

GoEuro would like students to experience the best that Europe has to offer their own way, no matter what mode of transport they prefer. To allow students the chance to explore and travel the continent, GoEuro is offering this great European scholarship to financially assist international students with their studies.

For three lucky international students, their European experience will be one to remember. To help them get the most out of their program by making it easier for them to travel and see as much of the continent as possible, GoEuro will be granting three individual scholarships up to €2,000.

The Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship is intended to support students planning to participate in high-quality, rigorous study abroad programs during the fall, spring, or summer term. The financial support for these scholarships is provided by generous donors, who are committed to increasing study-abroad opportunities for dedicated American students. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents currently enrolled as undergraduates in U.S. universities/colleges who plan to study abroad for at least four weeks.

Founded in 1919, the Institute of International Education (IIE) is a private nonprofit leader in the international exchange of people and ideas. In collaboration with governments, foundations, and other sponsors, IIE creates programs of study and training for students, educators, and professionals from all sectors. These programs include the flagship Fulbright Program and Gilman Scholarships administered by the U.S. Department of State.

Students can review the Funding Resources page to look for additional scholarships available.

The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) Rainbow Scholarship is a dedicated FEA scholarship awarded to a deserving LGBTQI student who aims to participate in a high-quality, rigorous education abroad program. Applicants must meet general FEA scholarship eligibility requirements and preferences. Students interested in being considered for this annual scholarship should indicate this through their application forms.

Morgan Stanley Scholarships are available to U.S. citizens who are undergraduate juniors and seniors interested in economics and international finance. Recipients must be studying abroad for a full year in Japan and receiving academic credit at their home institution.

The Turkish Coalition of America provides up to 100 scholarships per year for students of U.S. citizens or permanent residents of select backgrounds who are full-time undergraduate and graduate students in good standing, which been accepted to a language program or university study abroad program in Turkey, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), or Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Eligible students will receive between $500 and $2,000 to use toward the cost of studying abroad.

The Bridging Project offers scholarships to American undergraduate students participating in semester-long study abroad programs in Japan for which they receive academic credit at their home institution. Funding from private foundations and major U.S. corporations, through donations to the nonprofit US-Japan Bridging Foundation, makes it possible to award about 100 scholarships each year to assist students with the travel and living expenses they will incur while studying abroad in Japan for a semester or an academic year. Applications are accepted twice a year.

The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) makes life-changing, international experiences accessible to all by supporting students of color, community college, and first-generation college students before, during, and after they participate in education abroad programs. FEA remains the only national non-profit study abroad scholarship provider funded exclusively with philanthropic support, and the only independent organization dedicated to providing scholarships to students are the least likely to study abroad.

NAFSA in partnership with FEA announced the creation of the NAFSA Tamara H. Bryant Memorial Scholarship. Funded by an endowment established by Tamara H. Bryant, this scholarship creates opportunities for African-American undergraduate students to study abroad and gain valuable experiences that will prepare them for the increasingly global environment into which they will graduate. 

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