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The UIW Strasbourg Scholarship is designed to be utilized for students who intend to study abroad at UIW-Strasbourg. The award can be applied only towards tuition for either the Fall/Spring semester.


Up to $5,000.00. Awards will be applied towards the tuition only.


The International Affairs Office is not obligated to award any funds.

Application Requirements

  1. Download and complete the application.
  2. Email the completed application to the Study Abroad Office at
  3. Application must be submitted at least two-weeks before departure.


Fall/Spring Academic semester


  1. Fall semester: June 1
  2. Spring semester: November 1


Students must:

  • Be an undergraduate student at the University of the Incarnate Word
  • Be in good academic standing, and have a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Be degree seeking
  • Completing or have completed an application to attend UIW- Strasbourg
  • Submit all completed study abroad paperwork (Request to Study Abroad Form, Consortium Form, Payment Deferral Form)
  • Be financially qualified
  • Do not have any financial/business office holds

If financially qualified, the scholarship will automatically apply towards the tuition of the program.

Number of Awards

Multiple funding for the UIW-Strasbourg Scholarship is limited and is funded per fiscal year. Once the scholarship funds are exhausted, scholarships will no longer be awarded.

Download the application for the UIW Strasbourg Scholarship here.

The Gilman scholarship provides awards up to $5,000 for undergraduate students receiving a Pell Grant and interested in studying abroad. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen in good standing at UIW and enrolling in a credit-based study abroad program.

Apply for the Gilman International Scholarship here.

Eligibility Checklist

  • Must be receiving a Pell Grant
  • Accepted in a study abroad program eligible for credit at home university
  • Study at least 4 weeks in one country
  • Any country except Cuba or a country on State Department's travel warning list
  • Study during Fall, Spring or academic year (summer programs not eligible)


  • Fall semester/academic year - early March
  • Spring semester - early October

For exact deadlines, please visit the Gilman International Scholarship site.

These federally funded scholarships are for study abroad students who wish to further the U.S. goal to become more internationally focused while keeping an eye on national security interests.

Apply for the David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships.

Rotary International offers the following scholarships. Please visit or contact the Rotary Club of San Antonio (710 McCullough Avenue, San Antonio, Texas 78215-1615) at (210) 222-8242, ext. 100 for more information.

Rotary World Peace Scholarship

Rotary offers a scholarship for bilingual graduate students who are related to members or are members of Rotary International in order to pursue studies abroad in fields related to peace and international understanding.