First Deadline Approaching for First Generation Scholarships

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Greetings!  The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs has serious money for you!  These Scholarships are available for qualifying students both UNDERGRAD and GRAD students.  DEADLINE FOR first APPLICATION NOVEMBER 20.

We have over one million dollars ($1,000,000) from the Coca-Cola Foundation for First Generation Students at Georgia Tech. These funds are available four categories.  First Application Deadline November 20.

1.  Up to $5000 for overseas Summer Study Abroad experiences in Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Programs, both undergrad and grad students   $5000 scholarships   $5000 scholarships   $5000 scholarships

Students can receive the scholarships more than once.

2.  INTA/IAML and EIA students can also receive up to $5000 for any off campus international experience, including any study abroad and exchange programs outside of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.  Also international alternative Spring Break programs, international internships, presenting at international conference, etc.

3.  Up to $500 for off campus experiences in the US, including networking, med school or grad school interviews, conference presentation and much more.

4.  Up to $45,000 per year for graduate programs in International Affairs (looking for students with undergraduate degrees in engineering and sciences and interested in International Affairs)

More information here:

Application is only one page!
Students must be FIRST GEN as documented by their FAFSA
Full Time
2.5 GPA
US Citizen or Permanent Resident
financial need


If you have any questions, please contact:
Kirk Bowman, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs
The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Director 2014 Summer Study Abroad in Portugal and Spain (Biology and International Affairs)

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