Would you like to apply for Boren Scholarships 2023– 2024 for International Study in the United States? Undergraduates who are curious to study overseas are eligible for these awards.
Undergraduate students in the US can acquire up to $25,000 in Boren Scholarships to study abroad in countries that are important to US interests but have a humble study abroad participation rate.
The National Security Education Program (NSEP), which focuses on provinces, languages, and educational fields considered crucial to US national security, is what makes Boren Awards potential.
The candidates should explain how their study abroad plans or international endeavors, along with their long-term educational and professional goals, will advance U.S. national security, as broadly defined.
scholarships and fellowships that focus on provinces, languages, and subject areas that are significant to US interests but underrepresented in study overseas.
An Overview About Four students earn Boren Scholarships in 2023:
|Host University||Institute of International Education|
|Funding Type||Fully Funded|
|Eligible Students||International Students|
- Candidates must have a high school certificate or a GED and intend to study in a nation where they are not residents.
- To be eligible to apply for a Boren Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an associate’s or bachelor’s degree program in the United States. This program is accredited by a body identified by the United States Department of Education at the time of application.
- Applicants must stay enrolled in an undergraduate degree program during the grant’s length and may not graduate until the scholarship is completed.
- Selected applicants and Fellows study in Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Latin, Central and Eastern Europe, America, and the Middle East.
UNG’s Born winners are:
- Justin Heintz, a senior pursuing a degree in modern languages with a concentration in Chinese for global professionals, will study at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California. He will study for his capstone year in the Chinese Language Flagship program in 2023-24.
- The 2023-24 academic year will be her first at Yonsei University as a sophomore cadet pursuing a degree in international affairs.
- It is with great pleasure that I inform you that Emily “Gracie” Ragon, a senior pursuing degrees in biology and modern languages with a concentration in Chinese for global professionals, will participate in the Chinese Flagship Overseas Capstone Program at National Yang-Ming Chiao Tung University during the period February 20, 2024, to December 20, 2024.
UNG’s Boren alternates are:
- For the next academic year, Luz “Mariana” Vega applied to study Korean at Yonsei University with a concentration in East Asian studies.
- A student majoring in East Asian studies with a Japanese concentration, Sarai Deras, has applied to study Japanese at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan, in order to become a native speaker. September will begin a new academic year.
- A computer science major, Harrison Buchanan applied to Nanzan University’s faculty-led summer study abroad program to study Japanese.
My capstone year would not have been possible without support. It is a solid motivation for me to have the opportunity to go.
The national deadlines for the 2024 Boren Awards are:
- Boren Fellowships: January 24, 2024
- Boren Scholarships: January 31, 2024
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