Scholarships Related to International Studies
The International Studies Department offers several scholarships to meet the needs of the diverse student body.This includes of scholarships for academic achievement, financial need, diverse and unique backgrounds, specific major and career choices
Some of these scholarships include:
Follow the links for more information on:
Foreign Language scholarships visit the Department of Foreign Languages Scholarship page.
General scholarships visit Portland State University's Scholarship page.
The Oregon Consular Corps International Studies Scholarships are intended to assist highly qualified upper division students in Oregon public universities who are planning a career in international relations or affairs. Scholarship recipients will be honored at the Oregon Consular Corps annual dinner. Consul members of the Oregon Consular Corps (OCC) are committed to improved relations, communications, understanding, and trade between nations, peoples, and regions of the world. Oregon public universities are poorly funded and fewer young people in Oregon have the opportunity to pursue their educational and career dreams. Oregon Consular Corps members remember their own educational dreams and objectives and want more students in Oregon to have the opportunity to build a better world and better lives for themselves and for others.
Oregon has had Consular Services for over a century, with Consular representatives stationed in Portland, for the most part, having jurisdiction extending throughout the western United States from Portland. Oregon Consular Corps members represent Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA & CONSIDERATIONS
Oregon Consular Corps Scholarship: Two scholarships of $2500 each for PSU students majoring in International Studies. Student must be a citizen or legal permanent resident of the U.S.A.
To apply, please submit the following:
Application Deadline: Friday, November 14, 2014
Beginning Fall 2012, Fulbright scholars who are admitted and enroll in Portland State University degree programs will recieve a matching grant of up to $4,500 per year. This renewable matching scholarship is available to all Fulbright Scholars who begin a degree program at Portland State University during the 2012-2013 academic year. The grant will match up to $4,500 of Fulbright sponsorship during each academic year in which admitted Fulbright scholars are enrolled in a Portland State degree program.
This grant is applicable to Portland State University instuctional fees in each elible term of enrollment. A seperate application form is not required to receive this grant. It is automatically awarded to students receiving Fulbright sponsorship when enrolled at Portland State University beginning 2012-2013.
Portland State also waives application fees for Fulbright scholars who apply for admission.
The Hellenic Studies Program at Portland State University recognizes outstanding students with a serious interest in the study of Greece with up to four travel grants per academic year. These awards are for undergraduate and graduate students to supplement the cost of coursework and research in Greece, and come from the generous gift of E. John Rumpakis to foster the study of the Hellenic heritage in the Portland community.
Award Amount: $1,500 maximum
Prior coursework requirement: This grant is intended for students who have already successfully completed at least 8 credit hours at PSU in subjects related to what they will study in Greece.
What the grant supports: Classes or research projects that require at least three weeks in Greece and must meet the PSU Travel Guidelines
A student can only receive this award once during their studies at PSU
Deadline for Summer Travel Grant Applications: May 1, 2012
There will applications throughout the year; the first deadline of May 1 is coming up soon for summer 2012 travel.
Application can be found here:
Purpose: For International Studies and Political Science Majors
Purpose: For study of Middle East languages
D. Paul Fansler Memorial Scholarship 2008-2009
Purpose: Support students from China or students whose focus of study is on China
Criteria for Scholarship Recipients:
For more information please contact:
Meiru Liu, Ph.D.
Director, Confucius Institute
Chinese Language & Culture Professor
Master of International Management Program
Portland State University