ISEP is thrilled to congratulate the 10 recipients of our ISEP Community Scholarship and one winner of the ISEP Founders Fellowship award. These scholarships assist students from ISEP Member Institutions with a demonstrated financial need in making their goals to study abroad a reality. The awards support our mission to extend access and affordability of study abroad by encouraging applications from students who are statistically underrepresented in study abroad. Each ISEP Community Scholarship awardee will receive US$500, and the ISEP Founders Fellow will receive US$2,500 to use while studying abroad.
ISEP Founders Fellowship Award Recipient
Applicants submitted creative projects emphasizing the value of language learning in study abroad.
- Bunyisa Phanatnok from Virginia Commonwealth University will study abroad for one year at Providence University in Taiwan.
ISEP Community Scholarship Award Recipients
These 10 awards of US$500 will be used toward study abroad programs next semester or full year. Get to know more about each of the recipients over on our blog.
Fatima Attoumani from Université de Lille 3 will study abroad at Colorado Mesa University in Colorado, United States.
Alison Landrum from Missouri State University will study abroad at Université de Franche-Comté in France.
Jadesola Moronwiyan from Nottingham Trent University will study abroad at Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE) in China.
Aranza Obscura from Texas A&M International University will study abroad at Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover in Germany.
Hannah Parrish from Northern Arizona University will study abroad for one year at Université de Caen in France.
Steffen Schürmann from Technische Universität Dortmund will study abroad at University of Vermont in Vermont, United States.
Fatma Sen from Bielefeld University will study abroad at University of Vermont in Vermont, United States.
Léa Esnault from Université de Lille 3 will study abroad at Mansfield University in Pennsylvania, United States.
Robin Wadl from Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz will study abroad for one year at Chukyo University in Japan.
Simone Dreher from Louisiana State University will study abroad at Phillips Universitat Marburg in Germany.
About the Awards
Since its inception in 1979, ISEP has been committed to facilitating increased access to academic and cross-cultural learning opportunities for students through its worldwide membership network of higher education institutions. The ISEP Community Scholarships and the ISEP Founders Fellowship strengthen the core of that integral mission statement by providing students with the resources to overcome financial and academic barriers to study abroad.
ISEP Community Scholarship:
The ISEP Community Scholarship supports our mission of extending access and affordability of study abroad.
Recipients of this award are chosen by members of the ISEP community and selection is based upon their respones to prompts for a financial statement of need and a personal essay.
ISEP Founders Fellowship:
ISEP Founders Fellows demonstrate a passion for language learning while studying abroad. This individual is dedicated to learning and improving their ability to speak, read and understand another language.
Founders Fellows believe living, studying and engaging in another culture will inform and broaden their perspectives, which will allow them to have an even greater understanding of the language they are learning.
ISEP extends a warm congratulations to all award recipients!
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