It might be overwhelming to sift through all of the options available, but it’s worth the effort, and GoAbroad is there to help you every step of the way. This article has great advice on how to navigate study abroad scholarships and financial resources. After all, the more money you save, the more you’ll have to spend on enjoying your wonderful life of travel.
The Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University (IFSA-Butler), another well-known study abroad organization, sends students to a wider selection of twenty-two universities both in and outside London. IFSA-Butler’s page of information lists two scholarships reserved for students traveling to England:
Two FEA/STA Travel Start the Adventure Scholarships ($2,500 each) will be awarded to applicants studying during the summer semester. In turn, two STA Travel Advisor Awards ($2,500 each) will be granted to the study abroad department of these FEA/STA Travel Start the Adventure Scholarship recipients, in order for the department to strategically fund another student participating on a study abroad program in the same academic year. These discretionary awards serve as capacity-building grants for the study abroad department to increase their reach among the student population.
A guide to the many short- and long-term advantages of going abroad to study, volunteer, travel, and learn languages for teen high school students—an investment that will provide returns many times over.