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Financing Study Abroad

 

Financial Aid

Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the College may be considered enrollment at Curry College for purposes of applying for federal and state student financial aid.  Students seeking study abroad opportunities are encouraged to speak with a financial aid counselor to discuss their individual circumstances.

Study Abroad Partnerships

Curry College has consortium agreements with St. Francis University for its program in Ambialet, France and with Richmond, the American International University in London, England.  Students in these programs are considered enrolled students at Curry and are charged all tuition and fees through Curry College.  Students are eligible for all your financial aid, including Curry need based and merit based grant and scholarships.  Consortium Agreement and Statement of Responsbility are not required.

Study Abroad through Third-Party Providers

Students studying away through third-party providers pay all tuition and fees directly to the program provider.  Students must send an invoice to Student Financial Services for funds to be sent to their program.

  • If you are participating in a study abroad program through a third-party provider during the fall and/or spring semesters you are not eligible to use any of your Curry need based or merit-based grants and scholarships.
  • You are eligible to use:
    • Direct Loans (Stafford & PLUS)
    • Federal Pell Grant
    • Massachusetts State Grant
    • Private/Alternative Loans
  • Consortium Agreement & Statement of Responsibility required, these forms will be provided and discussed when you meet with a Financial Aid representative

Summer Programs

Since financial aid is awarded for the fall and spring semesters, the only assistance available would be Parent PLUS Loans, private loans and Federal Pel Grants if you are enrolled at least half-time and Pell Grant eligible during the academic year.

 

Study Abroad Scholarships

There are many scholarships specific to study abroad, several are highlighted below.

Name

Eligibility

Region

Merit or Need

Gilman

Pell Grant Recipients, U.S. Citizens only

Global

Need

Boren

U.S. Citizens only, for students studying abroad in world regions critical to U.S. interests.

excludes Western Europe, Canada, Australia & New Zealand

Need

Freeman-Asia

U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents only

Asia

 

Fund for Education Abroad

U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents only

Global

Need

Inclusive Ireland Scholarships

Identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour), Minimum GPA of 3.0

Ireland (14 university options, details on website)

 

British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) Scholarship

Accepted to study abroad for a semester or year at a BUTEX member school

United Kingdom

 

Diversity Abroad Overseas Ambassador Scholarship

Minimum GPA of 2.75, Students from the following backgrounds are encouraged to apply: economically disadvantaged, ethnic & racially diverse, first-generation, LGBTQ+, Students with disabilities, Students of faith

Global

 

Generation Study Abroad Excellence & Travel Awards

Minimum GPA of 3.0, US Citizen or Permanent Resident, Accepted to study abroad in New Zealand

New Zealand

 

Bridging Scholarships

US Citizens, studying abroad in Japan for at least 3 months

Japan

 

 

Searchable scholarship databases

Third Party Provider Scholarships

Many of the third party provider programs approved for Curry College credit offer scholarships to students participating in their programs, links to more information are below:

API

CIS

AIFS

CAPA

 

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Questions about Financing your Study Abroad?

Contact Student Financial Services to review your situation and study abroad plans.
 

Student Financial Services

Phone 617-333-2354
Fax 617-333-2915

Email
Fin-aid@curry.edu (Financial Aid Information)
Studentaccounts@curry.edu (Billing/Student Account Information)

Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.