Financial Aid:
IPSA Consortium schools do not offer any scholarships or any kind of financial aid at this time.

However, in many cases, it is possible for U.S. students to transfer much or all of their financial aid to the IPSA study abroad programs presented on this site. Financial aid may be used to cover all reasonable expenses of your study abroad program. These include program tuition and fees, passport and visa fees, round-trip airfare, and other costs of living while abroad. Students should discuss specific plans with study abroad advisers and financial aid counselors well in advance of the program. It is the student's responsibility to understand the home institution's requirements and deadlines regarding all financial aid funds.

For more information about financial aid for U.S. students, please visit the following websites.
  • - The most complete source of local scholarships, national scholarships and college-specific scholarships.

  • - Search a $1.6 billion database for scholarships.

  • - Search college scholarships and financial aid information including Federal Stafford loans, Federal PLUS loans, and Federal Consolidation loans.

  • - A source for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad.

  • - U.S. Department of Education information about Federal Student Aid programs.

Who Can Participate:
Seniors & Retirees
Interested Adults
Adventure Travelers
College Students
  Colleges and Universities
  Credit Transfer for U.S.   Students
  Financial Aid
Teen Students & Kids
Executives and Professionals (Business, Medicine, Law ...)
Why Go Abroad With IPSA?