Funding Your International Experiences
Funding opportunities, scholarships and financial aid help put international learning within reach for all UW–Madison undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni.
International Academic Programs (IAP)
IAP makes international experiences affordable for undergraduates, graduate and professional students. Scholarships are available from IAP, the International Division, plus other sources on and off campus. Get Started >>
International Internship Program (IIP)
IIP offers grants for students enrolled in the Worldwide Internship Program for credit, and provides information on other funding sources for internships. Learn More >>
Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS)
IRIS and its member centers offer a variety of funding opportunities for students, including:
- Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships from the U.S. Department of Education, are available through six of IRIS’ Title VI National Resource Centers, for undergraduate and graduate students.
- The Scott Kloeck-Jenson Fellowships support UW–Madison graduate students whose work touches on issues of social justice.
- IRIS Summer Fieldwork Awards are available for graduate students planning research abroad.
- IRIS assists UW–Madison students, staff and alumni in applying for external international grants and fellowships, including David L. Boren Fellowships and Scholarships, CIES Fulbright Scholar Program, Fulbright US Student Program (IIE), Fulbright‐Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad, and Luce Scholars Program.