Brault Modern Languages Study Abroad Fund

The Department of Modern Languages invites you to apply for the Brault Modern Languages Study Abroad scholarship. Awards are available to Modern Languages majors, double majors, graduate students and minors for fees associated with study abroad. Students applying for this round of awards should be enrolled in a* December Term 2022 or WQ 2023 programs*, through the Office of Study Abroad in a DePaul Modern Languages long-term language-intensive program or a short-term study abroad program led by at least one faculty member from Modern Languages. All students awarded will be vetted through the Study Abroad Office and Financial Aid prior to the award being processed, and recipients of the award will be asked to provide written and/or video reports of their study abroad experience. Preference for this award goes to students with financial need, and merit may also be considered. Former recipients of an MOL scholarship will not be considered.

Awards for majors will be capped at $1500 and awards for minors will be capped at $1000.

For more information about the amounts of each scholarship and how many we’re awarding this cycle, please visit the scholarship section of our website (https://las.depaul.edu/academics/modern-languages/student-resources/Pages/scholarships.aspx), or find us on our social media.
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Note: the scholarship will not post until after the add/drop date in the term the student is traveling.

Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Deadline
12/02/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. This current application is only for students studying abroad in December Term 2022 or Winter Quarter 2023. Are you currently in a study abroad program for one of those periods?
  2. Please indicate the program in which you are enrolled for December Term or Winter Quarter. As a reminder, this award is for a Modern Languages long-term language-intensive program or short-term study abroad program led by at least one faculty member from Modern Languages.
  3. Why did you choose this particular Study Abroad Program?
  4. How will it advance your future goals?
  5. How do you imagine study abroad will shape your character or change your perspective?