How to Pay for Study Abroad

To apply for scholarships, you must first register for a study abroad program through myStudyAbroad. You should then follow the instructions and link provided in the “International Center Scholarship Information” learning content material. Deadlines for application are September 20 for winter intercession/spring semester programs and February 15 for summer/fall programs.


Business students who apply to the study abroad program in the Trulaske College of Business may express an interest in scholarships during the application process. Those interested will be considered for one of the competitive scholarships below. These generous opportunities are made possible by the college's supporters who see value is connecting students to global experiences through study abroad. 

Retired professor Charles Franz created short-term, business-focused study abroad programs for the Trulaske College of Business. He and his family established this scholarship to support business students who have financial need so that they may have an international educational experience. The scholarship will be awarded to students planning to participate on Trulaske short-term study abroad programs.

Students who are engaged in pursuing a degree in the Trulaske College of Business may apply. Students should express in their essay how study abroad will support their professional endeavors.

Five need-based scholarships are available for any MU student interested in studying abroad for a semester, year, summer or intersession on an MU, MU-Affiliated or Non-MU program. Two of these scholarships are reserved for students in the Trulaske College of Business.

This scholarship is for business students who are the first in their family to attend a college or university. Students planning to study abroad for a full semester or a short-term study abroad program may apply.

This scholarship is for students in need who are enrolled in the Trulaske College of Business participating in a study abroad program with first preference given to students studying in central/eastern Europe and second preference given to students in any other European study abroad program.