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National Security Education Program David L. Boren Scholarships - (Boren Scholarships Program) - #12.551

Project Grants (including Individual Awards)




Range: $0 - $20,000. Average for 2010 - $16,500.

Eligible students may receive Boren Scholarships for no more than twelve (12) months. See the following for information on how assistance is awarded/released: Those studying abroad for six months or longer receive a front end payment equal to 50% of their award, then another 30% a third of the way into their funded period, then about 20% another third into their funded period, and finally $500 after returning to the U.S. and completing a language proficiency test. Those studying abroad for twelve weeks to just under six months receive a front end payment equal to 60% of their award, then about 40% half way into their funded period, and finally $500 after returning to the U.S. and completing a language proficiency test. Those studying abroad eight to eleven weeks receive a front end payment of about 100% and then $500 after returning to the U.S. and completing a language proficiency test.

Freshmen and sophomore Boren Scholarship recipients are eligible for a second Boren Scholarship by competing as an upperclassman. Juniors and seniors may receive only one Boren Scholarship. Boren Scholarship recipients may be eligible to apply for NSEP David L. Boren Fellowships or Flagship Fellowships.

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