ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP

The Summer Migration Studies Program is a 4-week intensive program at the Katholische Universität Eichstätt – Ingolstadt that offers a critical empirical introduction to questions about flight and migration from a social justice perspective. This scholarship makes this program accessible to ISEP students around the world.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Any ISEP student studying on the ISEP Direct Katholische Universität Eichstätt – Ingolstadt Summer Migration Studies can apply. You are encouraged to apply if you are a student who is statistically underrepresented in study abroad:

  • You’re the first person in your family to attend college or university
  • You identify as LGBTQ
  • You currently serve in your country’s military or you are a military veteran
  • You’re an ethnic, racial or religious minority in your home country
  • You have a disability
  • You study science, technology, engineering, mathematics or education
  • You are studying abroad to learn a second language

HOW MUCH IS AWARDED

The scholarship covers the entire cost of the program, including housing, tuition and application fee.

HOW TO APPLY

In addition to your transcript and recommendation in your ISEP application, prepare a Curriculum Vitae that demonstrates your education, work experience, and extracurriculars and a one-page motivation letter that explains why KU Eichstätt – Ingolstadt makes sense for your field of study, how you have prepared for your time in Germany and what you see as the next step after you complete your program. The motivation letter should address your interest in the Migration Studies course, experience in this area, expectations and show you have thought carefully about your time at KU. Your letter can be submitted to .

APPLICATION DEADLINE

You must have your application to study on the Summer Migration Studies Program by February 28, 2019. Your ISEP Katholische Universität Eichstätt – Ingolstadt Summer Migration Studies Scholarship is due March 6, 2019.

WHEN ARE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED?

You will be notified in March.