Explore resources to apply for on-campus and off-campus funding for travel abroad, for all Haverford students and faculty.
Semester study abroad students should search for programs with scholarship opportunities on the Study Abroad site. Students interested in particular fields should contact their advisors or professors in that Haverford department for advice and direction.
Note: The College will not fund projects in locations with a level four travel warning from the State Department. Travel to locations with a level three warning must be approved by the College’s Travel Council.
Funding to support travel to a students’ home country or hometown from Haverford College for research or internships may be considered but is not guaranteed. Applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Major factors taken into consideration when reviewing requests include but are not exclusive of:
- opportunities not found elsewhere,
- benefit to their community,
- benefit to the organization,
- benefit to their curricular experience.
Note: If approved to study in their home country, international students will not be covered under Haverford's emergency travel insurance. See "Emergency Travel Insurance" for more information.
- Office of the Provost—Faculty funding for travel, research, etc.
- Center for Peace and Global Citizenship—Various programs for students and faculty.
- John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities—Opportunities for student and faculty funding.
- Marion E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center—Offers funding for faculty research and student programs and research.
- Center for Career and Professional Advising—College sponsored internship funding opportunities.
- Study Abroad Scholarships—Funding sources for students traveling abroad on a College approved academic program.
These are just a few of the numerous non-Haverford affiliated foundations and organizations that can help fund professional academic research travel abroad: