International Engineering Program
Scholarships and Fellowships
The University of Rhode Island awards numerous scholarships to IEP students each academic year through the fundraising efforts of the URI Foundation and the generosity of private donors. Review our online platform to find URI Foundation scholarships, and check back frequently for new opportunities. The application period is open April 1 through June 7. The following are the IEP-specific scholarships you will find there, in addition to other funding opportunities:
- International Engineering Program Scholarship
- John M. Grandin Scholarship
- Judith A. and Robert C. Ayotte Scholarship
- Kenneth Epstein Scholarship
- Sharon Wallace Memorial Scholarship
- Shawn P. McBride Memorial Scholarship
- William F. and Pauline T. Silvia Scholarship
- Wroe Family Scholarship
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IEP students are highly competitive in state and national scholarship programs including the Beatrice S. Demers Foreign Language Fellows Program, the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, the Boren Scholarships and Fellowships and the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program. Visit the scholarship section for your language for additional opportunities.
Study Abroad Scholarships
Scholarships Compiled by URI’s Office of National Fellowships and Academic Opportunities
Tons of opportunities for you to check out! Some examples of study abroad funding opportunity are also found below.View More
Faculty-Led Program Scholarships
The Office of International Education has limited funding for student scholarships and provides financial awards ranging from $100-$500. To be considered for the scholarship, please complete all application requirements via URIAbroad. Eligible applicants must: 1. Be a URI student. 2. Be admitted into a URI Faculty-Led program or have submitted an application. 3. Have not received a scholarship for a previous URI Faculty-Led Program.
Application dates: Summer Term, April; Winter J Term, October; and Spring Term, November.
Fund For Education Abroad
FEA invites applications from students planning to study abroad for a minimum of 4 weeks (30 days). Learn more about other preferences for applicants here. In addition to the general FEA scholarships, the Boston Area Study Abroad Association (BASAA) has partnered with FEA to offer two $5,000 awards to deserving students who are enrolled in a CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, or VT university. Application requires one letter of recommendation. FEA website. Deadline: January (for summer, fall, spring programs).
The Office of National Fellowships
The University of Rhode Island Honors Program nominates students for many prestigious national and international awards such as Fulbright and Goldwater scholarships. You can receive guidance from the Office of National Fellowships on funding for your study abroad experience. The office hosts information sessions during the course of the year to help you manage the process, from the planning and application, through the award stages. Information sessions and scholarship information are posted regularly on their website.
Internship/Research Funding Opportunities
Arts and Sciences / Harrington School Internship Fund
Internships are a great way to build experience and get leg up on the job market. But many internship opportunities are unpaid, making them less accessible for many students. The Arts and Sciences/Harrington School Internship Fund offers $1,000 stipends for undergraduates participating in an internship opportunity. The funding can help to cover costs associated with transportation, professional attire, and food at the job site. It can also help to offset the need to work a paying job during the internship period. Find eligibility requirements and apply by clicking the button. Applications due in either September (fall) or January (spring).