University of Kentucky & Sol Education Abroad – Hispanic Studies scholarship winners!

Sol Education Abroad is proud to announce the newest winners of the University of KentuckySol Education Abroad Hispanic Studies Scholarship!

Eriauna Stratton – Summer 2013 – Oaxaca City, Mexico – $250
Cassandra Burns – Summer 2013 – Heredia, Costa Rica – $250

SOL EDUCATION ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP:

Education Abroad at UK in partnership with Sol Education Abroad offers scholarships for Semesters, Winter, and Summer programs.

Eligibility:

  • need based
  • must apply for Education Abroad at UK scholarship. Apply Now!
  • must be a Hispanic Studies Major or Minor
  • must be enrolled in one of the following programs:

COSTA RICA:
UK Partner: Costa Rica – Spanish Immersion and Study (Sol)
UK Partner: Costa Rica – Spanish Immersion and Study- Winter (Sol)
ARGENTINA:
UK Partner: University of Belgrano – Classes with Locals, Spanish Language, and Electives (Sol)
UK Partner: University of Belgrano – Intensive Spanish Language (Sol)
UK Partner: University of Belgrano – Intensive Spanish Language and Electives (Sol)
UK Partner: University of Belgrano – Intensive Spanish Language – Winter (Sol)
MEXICO:
UK Partner: Spanish Immersion in Mexico (Sol)
UK Partner: Spanish Immersion in Mexico – Winter (Sol)

Award Amount: 2 – $750 for a semester (1 fall, 1 spring), 2 – $250 for winter semester, 2 – $250 for summer semester (the amount of the scholarship is automatically deducted from the SOL program fee).

Application: Limited number of scholarships are available. Selection is made in consultation with Sol Education Abroad.

Thank you for your support of UK students studying abroad!

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