DEADLINE EXTENDED to October 26: Study Abroad in Israel
Weingast Family Fund for Study in Israel
Funding is available to students at the University of Michigan who wish to study abroad in Israel. The amounts vary, and are expected to be a minimum of $2,500 per award. Funding may be used to support U-M and non-U-M study abroad programs, including programs in liberal arts, sciences, economics, business, politics, etc. There are no restrictions on course selection while in Israel. Preference will be given to LSA undergraduates with need.
October 26 (WN Programs)
To apply, click here
Submit electronic applications to Kaydee Fry, Student Service Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org