EuroScholars is a competitive admission study abroad program that enables students to conduct research at a partner university abroad in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland, for one or two semesters. Research opportunities are available in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. Information is on the Study Abroad website: https://uic.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=67247. Explore more, including available projects and additional aid resources, at https://euroscholars.eu/.
--Cumulative UIC GPA of 3.4 or higher. (Membership in the Honors College is not a requirement.)
--Demonstrated academic background in the selected field of study and specialization.
--Strong interest in research. Students opting for a research project in the Natural Sciences, including practical laboratory work, must have ample laboratory experience.
--At the time of participation, students should be in the second half of their academic program (minimum 60 total credit hours).
The EuroScholars application requires a resume/cv, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation. Deadline is March 2, 2020. Apply now at https://forms.uofi.uic.edu/sec/8497116?referrer=.
For further information about EuroScholars contact:
--Kathryn Burns-Howard (email@example.com), academic advisor and program specialist in the Honors College, with questions about putting together a strong application and choosing research opportunities that are right for you.
--Marlee Stein (firstname.lastname@example.org), associate director of Study Abroad, who will guide you through the process of obtaining department approvals for course credit.