Oliver Walter Shanghai Scholarship

Fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Wyoming. If no student is available from the College of Arts and Sciences, any UW student may apply.

To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must be enrolled to study abroad in China, long term or short term, ideally at universities in Shanghai. Student recipients must be a sophomore or higher with a minimum 3.0 GPA. If UW students are not able to study in China due to unforeseen circumstances, this scholarship may be awarded to students studying abroad in other universities in Asia.

Education Abroad, Global Engagement Office
Supplemental Questions
  1. Study Abroad Locale
  2. When will you be abroad? Please list the semester(s) and year(s).
  3. Cost of Program - common costs include airfare, housing, meals, tuition, books. Please be as detailed as possible. No personal expenses should be included.
  4. In order to pay for this time abroad, I have the following financial help. Click "Add Another Answer" to enter more than one award.
    • A. Type of financial help:
    • B. Name or description of the financial help:
    • C. Amount:
  5. Describe the intended program of research or study, including:
      For undergraduate applicants (and graduate students as applicable) - prospective courses, how those courses will fit into your studies at UW, and how those courses will impact your impact on your future profession or career goals. Are these courses you can take at UW? Are these courses unique to your major? Are they unique to this location? How will these courses contribute to your future sucess?

      For graduate student applicants – a brief abstract or executive summary of your research program, and why that research should be done specifically in the location you propose.
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