Thanks to alumni and friends of JYM, we are able to provide approximately $65,000 in program scholarships annually to students in need of financial assistance. Due to the provisions of our scholarship funds, nearly all awards are for students on the full year program. Awards generally range from $2000 to $4000 (the average of JYM scholarships awarded to full-year students in 2018-19 was $4,150). The JYM scholarship application form is part of the JYM online application procedure (see Apply). Award decisions are not made until after the application deadline.
Special scholarships are available for students from Minnesota universities and colleges:
1. Within the UMN-Twin Cities Department of German, Scandinavian & Dutch there is a “Junior Year in Munich (JYM) Scholarship” specifically for UMN-TC students admitted to JYM. Visit the Dept of German, Scandinavian & Dutch for details.
2. Students from any accredited institution of higher education in Minnesota (e.g. University of Minnesota system or other colleges and universities in Minnesota) who are accepted to the full-year JYM program will automatically receive a $1500 scholarship from the JYM program.
3. Students from any accredited institution of higher education in Minnesota (e.g. University of Minnesota system or other colleges and universities in Minnesota) who are accepted to the one-semester JYM program will automatically receive a $500 scholarship from the JYM program.
Students receiving Pell Grants should consider applying for a Gilman Scholarship (up to $5000). The online application deadline for second semester only students is early January.
The Fund for Education Abroad is offering scholarships, up to $10,000 each. Applicants are automatically considered for ten additional scholarships. The application deadline is early January.
Students receiving Pell Grants should consider applying for a Gilman Scholarship (up to $5000). The online application deadline for academic year students is early March.
Delta Phi Alpha (the National German Honorary Society) offers several scholarships to members of active chapters. Application deadlines are March 15 and Nov 15.
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society awards (75) seventy-five $1000 grants annually. The application deadline is March 15.
The Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation's Scholarship to Study Abroad. The Foundation supports undergraduate college/university Silver or Gold Award Girl Scouts who plan to study abroad, irrespective of major/minor.
Golden Key International Honour Society awards $1M in scholarships annually for Golden Key members. See e.g. the Joan Nelson Study Abroad scholarship (the application deadline is early April).
Students from the 10-county Southwestern Pennsylvania Region (Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington, Westmoreland) are eligible to apply for a GABC Scholarship for Studies in Germany from the German American Business Circle (GABC) of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Rotary Club Foundation. The application deadline is early October. Visit the GACC Pittsburgh website and look for a PDF with details.
The Overseas Press Club Foundation awards (16) sixteen scholarships/fellowships to students who aspire to become foreign correspondents. The application deadline Dec. 1.