The University of Southern Maine Office of International Programs promotes international education and understanding on campus in a variety of ways. In addition to coordinating support services for international and study away students, faculty exchange participants, and international visitors, the office serves as a resource to the University and as a liaison to the broader community. The experienced and knowledgeable staff members routinely seek opportunities to encourage international affiliations and experiences for USM students, faculty, and students.
Office of International Programs
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The George J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship 2016-17
Are you thinking about studying abroad in Ireland? Apply for the Goerge J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship and study at University College Cork!
The George J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship is the University of Maine System Scholarship, and the System will award one full scholarship or two one-semester scholarships per year.
The Committee is currently is accepting applications for 2016-2017. Application deadline is February 5, 2016.
Questions? Contact Kaoru Phillips.
Boren Scholarships 2016-17
If you are interested in world cultures and languages, a Boren Scholarship can help provide the funding you need to study abroad.
Boren Scholarship is prestigious award funded by the National Security Education Program, which focuses on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security.
The Scholarship application deadlines: January 19, 2016 (USM Deadline) and February 9, 2016 (National Deadline).
Questions? Contact Kaoru Phillips
- Documenting Funding for Incoming International Students
- Study Abroad Advising Appointments
- Study Abroad Application Forms
- Top Travel Apps
- International Student Handbook
- USM Ebola Monitoring Protocol
- Pre-Departure Handbook for Study Abroad Students
- Blackboard Login
- USM Academic Calendar
- Work-Study Application