Resources for Funding a Study Abroad Program
The following list is not a comprehensive list of information for financial planning and aid during a study abroad program. Please consider it a tool to assist you in the research process.
You currently may work on or off campus to help with finances, but working while studying abroad is not as simple as working while at HPU.
Immigration policy governs work, paid and unpaid internships, and volunteer experiences. Policies differ among countries. Consult the Visa Information page as well as the consular website of the country of interest, as these policies are updated without notice.
As a general suggestion, you should not plan to work for pay while on your study abroad program.
- A Student’s Guide to Scholarships, Grants, and Funding Publications in International Education and Other Disciplines. (2004, October). East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University.
- O’Sullivan, M. (Ed.). (1996). Financial Resources for International Study. New York: Institute of International Education.
- Scholarships, Fellowships & Grants for Programs Abroad. (1989). American Collegiate Service.
- Schlachter, G. A., & Weber, R. D. Directory of Financial Aid for Women, 2003-2005. San Carlos, CA: California Reference Service Press.
- Schlachter, G. A., & Weber, R. D. Financial Aid for African Americans. 2003-2005. San Carlos, CA: California Reference Service Press.