Your education abroad opportunities don’t end when you graduate. Apply for one of these programs to continue a path of life-long international learning.
- Thomas J. Watson Fellowship
- Fulbright US Student Program
- Marshall Scholarship
- The Rhodes Scholarship
Each begins with a campus review followed by a nationwide selection process. Given the competitive nature of these awards and the thoughtful preparation required for the proposals, prospective applicants should begin working on these applications in the summer (or even during Spring Term) preceding their senior year.
- Schwarzman Scholars NEW! Focusing exclusively on China
- Davies-Jackson Scholarship
- Hesselbein Global Leaders Fellowship
- Humanity in Action Summer Fellowship Program
- Jean Ritchie MA Scholarship (Inquire with Richard Cahill for more information)
- Boren Fellowship
Post-graduate Work, Internships and Volunteering Abroad:
After graduation, you can work abroad for several months or up to a year in many countries. Jobs can be menial or service-oriented: pub work in Ireland, picking grapes in Greece, or working on a cruise ship. Career-training jobs are more difficult to come by and involve a much greater effort on your part.
Teaching abroad is one of the most accessible and popular options for paid or inexpensive long-term stays overseas. However, this means that the higher-paying jobs, arranged in advance, are more competitive. Typical destinations include China, Japan, South Korea, Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Proficiency in the local language is rarely a requirement, although it may be helpful.
Contact the Education Abroad Team at email@example.com or 859-985-3453, or drop by Woods-Penniman 205.