UCEAP Indigenous Studies Scholarship
In partnership with the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, the International Education Office is pleased to announce a new UCEAP Scholarship for Indigenous Studies.The Indigenous Studies scholarship is designed to support UCLA students who aspire to understand indigenous issues from a global perspective.
Scholarships will be awarded to students who are able to demonstrate how their program abroad will enhance their undergraduate education. The University of California has generously established this fund so that UCLA students may learn from indigenous communities throughout various regions of the world.
Scholarships amounts will vary and will be awarded to one to three UCEAP EAP students.
Please note that these scholarships will be awarded through a competitive application process. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate that the experience of studying abroad will have great impact academically. Recipients of the scholarship will need to submit a written report (including pictures) on how the experience traveling abroad impacted their life. Students:
Must be participating in a UCEAP Program in 2017-18 (in one of the preferred countries listed below);
Applicants must demonstrate a strong interest in Native American heritage;
Undergraduate American Indian Studies majors and minors are preferred;
Applicants should not have significant foreign travel experience;
Applicants must be financial aid recipients at UCLA.
Preferred Country List
Australia, Canada, Chile, Ghana, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa
- Application deadline for Summer, Fall and Year programs abroad beginning in 2017 is March 15, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.
Upload a copy of your most recent Financial Aid Notification letter.
Applications will be reviewed by the Scholarship committee. Applicants will be notified of decisions by April 2017.