Office of Global Programs Scholarships:
Arnold International Fellowship
The Arnold International Fellowship provides up to $5,000 over a three-year period to a talented UGA undergraduate student who is completing the Certificate in International Agriculture. Funding must be used to complete at least two international education activities, including a community-service project with a strong international dimension. While open to all UGA students, those from the Newton County area who could not otherwise participate in international programs are strongly encouraged to apply.
Edward T. and Karen Kanemasu Global Engagement Award
The Edward T. and Karen Kanemasu Global Engagement Award supports students who are spending an extended period of time completing an internship or conducting research in a non-English speaking country with a focus on service-learning projects addressing critical issues related to the alleviation of hunger and poverty. First preference is given to students enrolled in the undergraduate or graduate International Agriculture Certificate Program.
ETH Zürich, a CAES exchange partner, is consistently ranked among the top European and world universities and boasts 21 Nobel Laureates who have studied, taught or conducted research at ETH Zürich, including Albert Einstein. CAES students have the opportunity to enroll at ETH Zürich for an exchange semester and take courses which transfer back to UGA to count toward their degree. Three $3,000 scholarships are reserved annually for CAES students to cover in-country expenses like housing and meals. Students enrolling in the spring semester should apply by November 1 of the previous year. Students enrolling in the fall semester should apply by March 1. Learn more about this program on the CAES Students site. Apply for this scholarship through the International Travel Scholarship application process.
The Office of Global Programs provides $500-$750 scholarships for international activities to Undergraduate and Graduate International Agriculture Certificate students.
Certificate students should complete all components of the Scholarship for Certificate in International Agriculture application.
Global Programs Graduate International Travel Award
The Office of Global Programs awards the Global Programs Graduate International Travel Award annually at the CAES International Agriculture Day celebration. The award provides funding for roundtrip international airfare. Competitive applicants will propose to use the award for travel associated with the Graduate Certificate in International Agriculture Program internship; to present at an international meeting; or to conduct research abroad.
Global Programs World Food Prize Travel Award
Students pursuing a CAES degree are eligible to apply for the Global Programs World Food Prize Travel Award. It will be awarded annually to one graduate and one undergraduate student. The award covers roundtrip airfare, ground transportation to and from the Atlanta airport, event registration Fee, hotel and meal expenses.
University of Hohenheim Baden-Württemberg Scholarship
Each academic year, Hohenheim offers two Baden-Württemberg scholarships for €2,500 (euros) each to CAES students. This scholarship will cover the majority of monthly, in-country expenses like housing and meals during the exchange semester. The University of Hohenheim manages this scholarship application and CAES students must first be accepted to the exchange program before applying for the scholarship. Learn more about the program and scholarship on the CAES Students site.
The Veloso Wallick Graduate Scholarship is a $1,500 scholarship given biennially on odd years to a UGA graduate student participating in an internship in the Certificate in International Agriculture program. Preferably, the student will be studying agriculture or environmental sciences in the Philippines. The scholarship is given by Jean Fowler in memory of Carmen Mara-Mara Wallick and Virginia Veloso Wallick, both of whom were university graduates from the Philippines. To apply, graduate-level Certificate in International Agriculture students may submit a proposal to the Office of Global Programs.
The William A. Corbett "Purpose and Passion" Scholarship is a $1,500 scholarship given biennially on even years to a UGA graduate student participating in an international education, internship, or research experience. Preferably, the student will be studying agriculture or environmental sciences in Scotland and/or England. The scholarship is given by Jean Corbett Fowler in memory of her father, William A. Corbett. To apply, CAES graduate students may submit a proposal to the Office of Global Programs.
International Travel ScholarshipInternational travel scholarships are available to support CAES student travel to study abroad programs and international internship programs. Students may apply in one of two application cycles, according to their departure date. Students departing on an international program during the current fall semester or spring semester of the following year should apply between August 1 - November 1. Students departing during the Maymester or summer semester should apply between December 1 - March 1. Applications received by the deadline date will be given full consideration.
March 1, 2018
Visit the CAES Students site to learn more about the International Travel Scholarship.
Ratcliffe ScholarsThe Ratcliffe Scholars Program rewards forward-thinking CAES undergraduate students with the opportunity to engage in immersive, hands-on learning experiences outside the confines of a traditional class setting. Eligible experiences may include internships, study abroad programs, research opportunities and any other experiential learning activities deemed appropriate by the selection committee. Ratcliffe Scholars receive a $5,000 scholarship and participate in enrichment activities as cohort throughout the year.
Visit the Ratcliffe Scholars site to learn more about the Ratcliffe Scholars Program.
Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen AwardThe Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen Award recognizes an undergraduate student in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who has embraced global citizenship in their own community or globally through participation, promotion and/or leadership of international initiatives. Global citizenship does not necessarily mean that you have traveled extensively, but rather that you take an active interest and involvement in cultures different from your own.
March 21, 2018
Visit the Broder-Ackermann Global Citizen site to learn more about the Global Citizen Award.