From select Magellan Exchange partner institutions.
Anyang University (Anyang, South Korea)
Generally, Anyang University is able to offer 6 Magellan students per semester a scholarship of 400,000 KRW.
Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (Dornbirn, Austria)
Non-European students who study abroad at an Austrian university of applied sciences, such as Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences, may apply for an Ernst Mach Grant for semester study. These grants are available to master-level students as well as to bachelor-level students who have completed at least 4 semesters of study. Due to the grant deadline, the Magellan application must be completed early in order to be eligible to apply for the grant.
Dr. Marvin Swanson Magellan Exchange Scholarship
Having earned a doctorate in world religions, Dr. Marvin Swanson was passionate about culture and international relations. After retiring from Southeast Missouri State University as the Director of International Programs, he founded a non-profit organization called Cultural Exchange Network (Cenet), followed shortly thereafter by the Magellan Exchange. A large part of his vision was to inspire students in the United States, particularly those in the Midwest, to have international experiences, and he was passionate about facilitating those exchanges. In honor of his passion and the legacy he left, the Dr. Marvin Swanson Magellan Exchange Scholarship will be awarded twice per year to a deserving student from a U.S. Magellan Exchange partner.
Some Magellan partners offer travel scholarships to their students. Check with your study abroad advisor to determine if you are eligible for any scholarships at your school.