Once you've been on a Global Education program, it's common to want to go abroad again! We both support and encourage that and have many options available through the Global Education Office and beyond. Explore the resources below for more information.
View this helpful guide for articles about finding your next adventure abroad: internships, teaching, jobs, graduate school and volunteering abroad.
Spend at least six weeks abroad interning with an organization or company related to your field while earning ASU credit. Read more about our internship programs abroad here.
Participate in a Global Education Program Again
We have programs as short as a week, as long as a year and everything in between. Ready to go abroad for a longer period of time? Search by Term and narrow down your options from there.
Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Fellowships
ASU’s Office of National Scholarship Advisement (ONSA) works with students from all five campuses to compete for national fellowship awards. ONSA offers individualized advising for over 70 programs, many of which include an international component. Visit www.onsa.asu.edu to learn more about our office and search our fellowship database.
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship – The Gilman Scholarship offers grants to American undergraduate students of limited financial means to pursue academic studies abroad. The application is open to students who are receiving a Federal Pell Grant. All majors are encouraged to apply. Must be studying or interning abroad at least three weeks in one country.
Boren Awards are for undergraduate and graduate student program participation outside of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
- Scholarship: for U.S. undergraduate students studying less commonly taught languages in regions critical to U.S. interest in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East
- Fellowship: for U.S. graduate students studying less commonly taught languages in regions critical to U.S. interest in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East
Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) – CLS is a fully-funded summer program that provides overseas foreign language instruction and cultural enrichment experiences in 13 different languages. Open to undergraduate students with U.S. citizenship.
Killam Fellowship - The Killam Fellowships Program allows undergraduate students from the United States to spend one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in Canada.
DAAD-RISE – The RISE program offers 300 grants to American undergraduates within the STEM field. Students intern for one summer at a top German university and gain international research experience. German language proficiency not required.
Fulbright US Student Program - The Fulbright Program annually awards 2,000 grants to support graduate study, independent research, teaching, and artistic practice abroad. Open to rising seniors and graduate students with U.S. citizenship.
Peace Corps is an international service organization of the United States. Volunteers make a difference through meaningful service and serve in more than 70 countries. ASU offers many ways for students to explore, engage and prepare for Peace Corps service after graduation.
The ASU Peace Corps Prep Certificate Program will help you acquire the knowledge, skills and experience needed to service in the U.S. Peace Corps.
PDF to Peace Corps Roadmap: https://eoss.asu.edu/sites/default/files/Peace_Corps_Roadmap_Flyer_3.pdf