Annual $250 Linguistics Study Abroad Award

Studying abroad constitutes a uniquely enriching experience for any students, even more so for linguistics majors and minors. The Linguistics Department is happy to announce a new $250 Study Abroad Linguistics Award, to be awarded annually, as a way to recognize and support one of its students who pursued this option.

Deadline: May 1

Qualifications and Deadlines

Deadline: May 1

Qualifications:

  • Any linguistics major or minor who has studied abroad (and has not yet graduated).
  • Students pursuing a Global Concentration are especially encouraged to apply.
  • The winner will be chosen based on:
    • Academic performance in the study abroad program.
    • Motivation for studying abroad.
    • Their description of the experience abroad, as explained in the application.

Award winner will be selected in June.

Application

Linguistics Study Abroad Award Online Application Form

Note: To submit the form, users must be logged into http://mail.google.com using their @ucsd.edu e-mail and password.

Please have the following information prepared when completing out the online application:

  1. Basic personal information
  2. Time period abroad
  3. Institution(s) abroad
  4. Courses taken abroad
  5. Unofficial UC San Diego transcripts showing the abroad courses (pdf of UC San Diego academic history)
  6. Brief, but clear and precise description of the reasons for studying abroad, what was gained from this experience, and reasons for recommending study abroad in general, and this study abroad institution in particular, to other linguistics majors.

Questions?

Did you know that you could earn a Global Concentration for your linguistics major?

Learn more here.

The undergraduate program introduces majors and non-majors to the scientific study of language in the broader perspective of a liberal arts education.

Inquiries about language classes should be directed to the Language Program advisors .

Inquiries about the Linguistics Undergraduate Program (specific questions about classes, plans of study, graduate school options, and EAP/OAP class approval) should be directed to the Undergraduate Advisors.