Office of Study Abroad and Outreach
Scholarships for Graduate and Post-Grad Students
Graduate and post graduate students have access to many excellent opportunities that will serve an important role in their future careers. If you are interested in one of WIU’s traditional study abroad opportunities, research other scholarship opportunities available through the department or discipline. Many WIU scholarships and program specific scholarships may also apply to graduate students. Be sure to look through the other scholarships or contact a study abroad advisor for more information.
A scholarship for a 2 or 3 year Master’s or Doctoral program at Oxford University in England, includes all educational costs (including tuition, lab fees, and other fees), a living stipend, and any necessary travel costs.
A grant program for individually designed, one year, study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs, open to recent graduates, Master’s and doctoral candidates, and young professionals (no more than 5 years of experience).
WIU offers support to assist students in developing competitive applications for the Fulbright program. All interested students can contact the campus Fulbright program advisor early to learn more about the program and gain advice on crafting a competitive application. Interested students will start their application during the spring semester of their junior year.
Fully-funded two year program designed for individuals interested in volunteering in communities all around the world in the fields of Education, Agriculture, Youth Development, Environment, Community Development, or Health.
Fellowships of up to $24,000 offered for periods of 12 weeks to one year overseas. Awards given to current post-graduate students, with preferences for countries, languages, and fields of study critical to U.S. national security.
Fully-funded research support and/or language training in Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.