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  • Education Abroad Scholarships > The Center for International Education
    by the Associated Students of Northern Arizona University ASNAU All students applying for programs approved by NAU are eligible Students will be required to complete a project More details about the project are available within the application Award 250 1 000 Deadlines Fall April 1 Summer March 15 Spring Winter October 15 Spring Break January 15 NO EXCUSES SCHOLARSHIP NEW The No Excuses scholarship is intended to support students who face significant financial challenges but wish to pursue an education abroad opportunity Award 500 1 000 Deadlines Fall April 1 Spring Winter October 15 Summer March 15 GLOBAL LEARNING RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP The Global Learning Research Scholarship is intended to support undergraduate global research activities that address the themes of global learning This scholarship can fund the costs of conducting an independent research project but not the travel expenses To apply for travel funds please apply for the GO Schoalrship Award Up to 1 000 Deadlines Winter Spring October 15 Summer Fall April 15 GLOBAL RESEARCH INTERNSHIP PROGRAM GRIP SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship is awarded to students participating in an international internship or research project through the CIE S Global Research Internship Program GRIP Award Up to 1 500 Deadlines Rolling application THE KARL DOERRY SCHOLARSHIP FOR HONORS STUDENTS The Karl Doerry Scholarship has been set up to help students in the NAU honors program participate in an educational abroad program Award 250 500 Deadlines Fall April 1 Summer March 15 Spring Winter October 15 BLUE FAMILY INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER SCHOLARSHIP NEW One award given to a student participating in volunteer work abroad through the NAU Center for International Education Preference given to those students volunteering in Latin America Award 1 000 Deadline March 15 for programs starting after May 15th 2015 Global Languages and Cultures Scholarships VERA LASKI SCHOLARSHIP This schoalrship is to be awarded to a student going to germany on a study abroad program Award 5 300 Deadline March 28 by 5pm BOROZAN MEMORIAL MODERN LANGUAGES SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit academic accomplishments and to undergraduate or graduate students who are pursuing a major degree in a Modern Language To apply you must have a high school or college GPA of at least 3 0 All modern languages majors are elegible for this scholarship not just those studying abroad Award 1 000 Deadline March 28 by 5pm ELAINE LOVEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit academic accomplishments and to undergraduate or graduate students who are pursuing a major or minor degree in a global language Award 1 415 Deadline March 28 by 5pm BECA EVANS PORTILLE LERMA This scholarship is intended to fund a graduate student studying abroad in Spain over the summer Award 5 000 Deadline March 1 LAMM SCHOLARSHIP This schoalrship assists students with the tuition costs for an NAU undergraduate to Study Abroad in Costa Rica during the Fall 2014 term Award 1 000 Deadline March 28 by 5pm National Scholarships GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship

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  • Graduate Fellowships > The Center for International Education
    FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Graduate Fellowships FULBRIGHT PROGRAM Established in 1946 the Fulbright Program aims to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons knowledge and skills The Fulbright Program is sponsored by the U S Department of State and is the largest U S international exchange program offering opportunities for students scholars and professionals to undertake international graduate study advanced research university teaching and teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide RHODES SCHOLARS The Rhodes Scholarships the oldest international fellowships were initiated after the death of Cecil Rhodes in 1902 and bring outstanding students from many countries around the world to the University of Oxford The first American Scholars entered Oxford in 1904 All educational costs such as matriculation tuition laboratory and certain other fees are paid on the Scholar s behalf by the Rhodes Trustees Each Scholar receives in addition a maintenance allowance adequate to meet necessary expenses for term time and vacations The Rhodes Trustees cover the necessary costs of travel to and from Oxford THE GEORGE J MITCHELL POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS The George

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  • Scholarship Resources > The Center for International Education
    Entire Site Directory Degrees Education Abroad HOME PROGRAMS WHY GO ABROAD TYPES OF PROGRAMS Study Abroad Global Research Internship Program GRIP GRIP Fieldwork Experiences National Student Exchange PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Academics Financing Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home Education Abroad Scholarships Scholarship Resources Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Scholarship Resources NAU Education Abroad Scholarship Presentations Handouts Education Abroad Scholarships NAU Gilman Tip Sheet pdf Project Travel Presentation Fall 2014 pdf NAU Writing Center The writing center at NAU is committed to providing students with personalized writing instruction They focus on making you a better writer rather than just trying to catch little spelling and grammar errors When you come to the writing center bring your scholarship essay and the prompt questions At your appointment your tutor will look at your progress and help you in moving onto the next step in producing a strong piece of writing Make an appointment by calling 928 523 5524 Scholarship Search Engines College Board general

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  • Blogs > Videos & More! > The Center for International Education
    in Geneva Every day so far is a new experience and I am constantly on my feet whether I am walking to school or walking around town Read Her Blog Martha James Siena Italy Everything is so beautiful here including the people I feel like I ve just stepped inside a picture book featuring rolling green hills terra cotta rooftops and ancient cathedrals So excited to be here Read Her Blog Melody Madi Seville Spain The past few days have been packed with tourism Tour guides museo del prado parque retiro y comida comida comida One thing I m looking forward to is having home cooked meals cheaper and healthier Read her blog Katherine Rush Global Research and Internship Program GRIP Dublin Ireland I decided to walk through St Stephen s Green for the rest of my break I sit down all day at my internship so I like to take advantage of the park to walk and eat It was absolutely beautiful today I took some pictures but I doubt they do it any justice Read her blog Patricia Tabamo Valparaiso Chile My reason for going on the GIVE excursion and for going to Chile are one and the same they re steps towards my overall goal to become a doctor able to volunteer with an organization such as Doctors Without Borders Read her blog Alexa Brooks Global Research and Internship Program GRIP Thailand Through World Endeavors I will be traveling to Thailand this summer to intern with a physical therapist I am so blessed to have this opportunity and am very excited to share my experiences with other students interested in traveling abroad Read her blog Taylor Payne NAU Faculty led program in England My bags are packed Well mostly anyway I have just reserved an aisle seat on my flight and printed my boarding pass It seems like just yesterday I was applying for the program and 24 hours from now I will be on the plane flying to England Read her blog Monika Beauvais Flagstaff in Fidenza Opera Program In the grand scheme of things I guess this trip could be considered insignificant Especially since for only one month out of the 246 months I ve been around I ll be in Italy But I think that this month will significantly change my life Maybe that s too optimistic but why not dream big Read her blog Spring 2013 Jessica Ohman Toulouse France This evening I heard a lot of laughter and commotion in the hall I went out to meet my neighbors they are all very nice and funny They invited me to sit with them we had orange juice and chips and they tried out their English while I tried my French Read Her Blog Kali Bills Siena Italy The city is amazing I don t even know where to begin From the medieval horse tie up areas on every building to detailed artwork of the frescos this city has so much rich history

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  • Videos > The Center for International Education
    LOUIE Bb Learn Faculty Staff Webmail Student Webmail Cline Library Entire Site Directory Degrees Education Abroad HOME PROGRAMS WHY GO ABROAD TYPES OF PROGRAMS Study Abroad Global Research Internship Program GRIP GRIP Fieldwork Experiences National Student Exchange PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Academics Financing Education Abroad Application Process Health Safety Non NAU Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home Blogs Videos More Videos Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly NAU Mainpat Faculty led Program The Mainpat program is led by Professor Leslie Schultz and allows NAU students in a variety of disciplines to apply their coursework in a service learning environment NAU Student Interning in South Africa See NAU student Christine Brunson making great things happen while interning in Social Work in Capetown South Africa NAU in Salamanca Faculty led Program Watch NAU student Kayla Windsor s video documenting the Summer 2013 Salamanca Spanish Language Program Vale from Kayla Windsor on Vimeo Study Abroad DO IT This video shows some of my amazing trip from London and Salisbury England to Vienna and Salzburg

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  • Quotes > The Center for International Education
    DuRocher Electrical Engineering Major Phoenix AZ My entire semester in the Netherlands had the theme of Why not These two words helped me to come out of my shell to meet the most amazing people learn about different cultures and how to ride a bike travel to wonderful places and most importantly make memories that always bring a smile to my face Kayla Swierski Business Management Major and Certificate in Marketing Communications Phoenix AZ Before this experience I was someone who never imagined or thought they could afford a trip to 6 European countries Now I wish I had studied abroad much sooner and for a longer period of time The people in each country were so welcoming and accepting of our American cohort despite the various language and cultural differences We consistently felt taken care of by all of our host countries I hope to go back sometime very soon Josh Schwalbach Graduate Degree in Counseling Student Affairs Tucson AZ Looking back on the most amazing semester of life I can t express how fortunate I have been to share such amazing moments with new friends friends that I know I will keep in touch with for years to come I learned so much about accepting and adapting to new cultures and environments and most of all the meaning of true friendship The people you meet and the places you will go while studying abroad are unbelievable opportunities that will forever change you for the better Kaitlin Reeves Exercise Science Major Tucson AZ One thing I learned from my study abroad experience was that I did not have to settle for the norm Switzerland has taught me that every day is an adventure Because of this experience I found my ideal pursuits in human rights within the international arena Elaine Schaefer International Affairs Major Hillsboro OR My study abroad experience enriched my knowledge of several different cultures and gave me a new perspective of myself and the world surrounding me Mercedes McPherson Public Planning Major Tempe AZ It is hard to explain to someone the affect a Study Abroad experience can have on your life It changes you I am smarter stronger happier more worldly I am empowered by my times abroad and I will always carry them with me as some of the greatest moments of my life If you are questioning for a second whether or not to go don t Sarah Bryan Business Management and Spanish Major Chino Hills CA Spending a semester in Spain not only improved my Spanish speaking abilities through immersion classes and every day culture experiences but also molded me into a more confident independent and appreciative individual Amanda Livingston Sociology and Spanish Major Los Alamitos CA Another thing that was very life changing is that in Australia there are refugees from all over the world there One of my friends was from Africa and in his home village some of his friends had been made into child soldiers so hearing about

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  • Talk to an Alum! > The Center for International Education
    Students Pre Departure Orientation TALK TO AN ADVISOR Finding CIE Education Abroad Scholarships Graduate Fellowships Scholarship Resources Blogs Videos More Videos Quotes Talk to an Alum EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI RESOURCES FOR FACULTY ADVISORS Faculty Leading Programs Contact an EA Advisor Approving EA Courses Credit Equivalency Guide International Grade Conversion Chart EXCHANGE STUDENTS COMING TO NAU About Flagstaff and NAU Become True Blue NAU Events Important Dates Info Incoming National Student Exchange Students Post Placement To Do Items Arrival Living Information Departure Information Sonoma State Students Course Registration for NSE ISEP Students DEADLINES LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER NON NAU LOGIN if you have started an application REGISTER Northern Arizona University Center for International Education studyabroad nau edu 928 523 2409 Home Blogs Videos More Talk to an Alum Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Want to talk to a student that has already studied abroad The following students would be happy to tell you what studying abroad is like Student Country Term Email Amy Hwang England Fall 2013 ah768 nau edu Brittnie Couzens Australia Spring 2013 blc99 nau edu Brooke Alden England Summer 2013 bla43 nau edu Caitlyn Leonard Spain Spring 2013 cml299 nau edu Donovan Austill Costa Rica Fall 2013 da389 nau edu Erika Neves Turkey Fall 2013 emn58 nau edu Gabriel Borden Spain Fall 2013 gdb39 nau edu Jenna Heffron Spain Summer 2013 jdh335 nau edu Jessika Pavloff Japan Fall 2013 jnp55 nau edu Joy Noriega Spain Fall 2013 jrn72 nau edu Kaysie Hogrefe Costa Rica Fall 2013 krh278 nau edu Lindsey Brown Spain Summer 2013 lnb47 nau edu Natalie Ferguson France Spring 2013 nf79 nau edu Olivia Marion Netherlands Spring 2013 om42 nau edu Sarah Austin England Spring 2013 sa533 nau

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  • EDUCATION ABROAD ALUMNI > The Center for International Education
    of your study abroad experience It is perfectly normal to experience some difficulty in settling in back here in the US Successfully transitioning back to your life in the United States takes both time and opportunities to process your experience with others Have you tried to talk about your experiences with family or friends who ve never studied abroad only to see a glazed look in their eyes One of the best ways to cope with some of these feelings is to connect with other students who have also studied abroad recently and truly know what it s like It s a lot of fun to share your most memorable moments from abroad whether it be that time you were completely lost in translation or that time you tried that food once and only once That s where re entry orientation comes in Re entry orientation is an important component to successful transition back to NAU and the United States The re entry program through CIE is designed to Help you understand what reverse culture shock is and what resources there are to help you manage your feelings Give you the chance to share your experiences with those who will truly relate to you and the ups and downs of studying abroad Help you leverage your study abroad experience in the job or graduate school search Inform you of other opportunities to live study or work abroad in the future Re Entry Orientation Date Thursday January 22nd 2015 Blome 2 Conference Room 4 5 pm Career Services Workshop optional This session will help you articulate the personal growth and skills you gained while studying abroad through resumes interviews and networking 5 6 pm Re Entry Orientation This required session will give all past participants that chance to process their experience and share their stories with other students Free pizza will be served at the beginning of the session Talk it up and get 1 000 in airfare D id you just have a great time abroad Talk it up on campus Let other students know that they can and should study abroad Any education alumnus that recruits three students to participate in a NAU international exchange program will recieve 1 000 towards airfare anywhere in the world The 1 000 is only redeemable within one year of being notified of the award and cannot be broken up among multiple flights Three students must enroll in either regular international exchange or ISEP international exchange programs Exchanges allow students to pay regular NAU tuition and use their financial aid thus are the most affordable way to study abroad Exchange students must identify the alumnus that recruited them via the question Did a study abroad alumnus recruit you to study abroad If so who This question will appear for all students during their application process Students that move beyond the application stage can no longer identify an alumnus 1 000 awards are limited to 10 first come first served Feel free to come

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