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Grants & Scholarships

Explore some of the funding opportunities that are available to students and faculty through institutional and outside sources.

UK Education Abroad Scholarships 

UK Education Abroad is committed to helping UK students make their experiences abroad more affordable. Please check with the appropriate Financial Aid advisor and Education Abroad advisor to see what scholarships apply to each student. A list of the most commonly received scholarships is available at the link below. 

For more details visit Education Abroad Scholarships.

  

College of Medicine 

There are multiple opportunities available for financial aid and scholarships. Like any other type of investment, it requires planning, careful management, creativity, perseverance and commitment. Information on financial support for College of Medicine students can be found at the link below. 

For more details visit https://meded.med.uky.edu/financial-aidscholarships 

 

International Center Grants 

The International Center (UKIC) maintains a fund to support faculty international travel for the purposes of establishing a UK faculty-directed education abroad program. Grants may be awarded for either a course that embeds an international education travel component into a fall or spring residential course or a program to be offered during the summer or winter intersessions. The proposal must relate to a new program that will be offered within two years of receipt of funding. Applicants must be eligible to receive at least 25% matching funds (e.g., cash or in-kind contributions) from their college/department or external funding sources and are strongly encouraged to seek additional funding sources. 

For more details visit: Partnerships & Research.

 

UK Proposal Development Office 

The UK Proposal Development Office assists faculty, staff and students to seek and secure external funding for their scholarly activities through the submission of competitive grant and contract applications. 

For more details visit UK Proposal Development Office.