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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


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


  • 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:

UK Partner: Costa Rica – Spanish Immersion and Study (Sol)
UK Partner: Costa Rica – Spanish Immersion and Study- Winter (Sol)
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)
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!

Scholarship Winners! (Winter Break 2013)

The Sol Education Abroad family would like to announce the 2013 Winter Break scholarship winners!

After a nail-biting competition, and reading some wonderful short essays, we’ve selected our 2013 Winter Break candidates. In fact, our applicants were all so deserving, we were not able to choose just one and had to share a little bit with three winners!

Winter Break 2013:

1st place – Allan Mullin- $250!
University of Houston Costa Rica

1st place – Mica Murray – $250!
University of HoustonCosta Rica

3rd place – Erin Best – $150!
Oklahoma State University Mexico

*The above winners will receive these amounts discounted from their Study Abroad Program Fees. ¡Felicidades!

Sol Education Abroad celebrates Gilman Scholarship recipients!

Among the many scholarships specifically for Study Abroad is the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship. The Gilman Scholarship Program offers awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established in 2000. This scholarship provides awards for undergraduate students (from the U.S.) who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.

Among many other great qualities, the recipients of this award are high academic achievers, creative, hard-working and have a drive to explore and learn about the world and its abundance of cultures.

We’re very excited to celebrate & share the Sol Education Abroad scholars that have received this generous award in support of helping fund their Study Abroad experience.

  • Chelsea GravesTexas A&M UniversityCosta Rica Summer 2012
  • Edith CamposUniversity of HoustonCosta RicaSpring 2013
  • Michael GlowczewskiWinona State UniversitySpain Spring 2013
  • Jessica EndresTexas A&M UniversityCosta RicaSpring 2013
  • “The application requires a proposal of a Follow On Project to be
    completed the semester after the student returns that applies what
    they have learned and gained from their study abroad experience. My
    Follow On Project focuses on my community as well as my university. At
    Texas A&M, I volunteer at College Hills Elementary School and when I
    return, I am going to volunteer in one of the English as a Second
    Language rooms to practice my newly improved Spanish skills and to
    help kids in the community to learn English. I also volunteer at the
    Baptist Student Ministries teaching English to international students
    with other Aggies. My Spanish skills will obviously help me in
    teaching English; it already has helped me help others multiple times,
    but when I return, I will be able to have more in depth conversations
    in Spanish. I am going to keep a detailed blog asemesterincostarica.blogspot.com and am going to try my best to get
    it promoted through Texas A&M’s Study Abroad website as well as the
    Baptist Student Ministries website. I think that my experience will be
    encouraging to other students to study abroad and that my story of
    funding will also be an encouragement!”- Jessica Endres

We would like to congratulate them on their hard work and look forward to having the future students join us this Spring!


Keep up the good work!

*To learn more about The Gilman Scholarship Program, click here!