Founder's Grant

Save Up To $3,750 On Study Abroad In Dublin, Kyoto, Singapore, & Sydney

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Ready to study abroad in Dublin, Kyoto, Singapore, or Sydney next spring or fall? The Founder's Grant can help you get there! Receive $1,250 off per block (6 weeks) towards Dublin, Kyoto or Singapore Open Campus Block programs for Fall 2022 or Spring 2023. You save $3,750 toward a semester or $2,500 for a quarter abroad in one of these amazing cities!

With Open Campus Block Programs you can study in up to 3 cities in one semester, with flexible academic tracks that range from Art and Architecture to STEM.

How do I get the grant?

Apply today for an Open Campus Block program in Dublin, KyotoSingapore, and/or Sydney for Fall 2022 or Spring 2023 to save big on study abroad.

Featured Programs

The World Awaits

Studying abroad changes your life. Be bold and step out of your comfort zone, and break free from campus life next term. You will meet new friends, discover extraordinary local cuisine, and learn in a way completely different from your home campus. The time is now

  • Explore Dublin, Ireland

    One of Europe’s most youthful cities, the charm and ancient heritage of Old Dublin still shines through amongst today’s emerging European tech hub and growing multi-cultural population.

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  • Discover Kyoto, Japan

    A stunning mix of historical depth and vibrant, entrepreneurial dynamism, Japan’s cultural capital has it all: meditative zen temples, the quiet Philosopher’s Path lined with cherry trees and the world’s first Manga museum. 

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  • Experience Singapore

    Singapore, whose remarkable short history to becoming one of the great economic powers of Asia, has become a must-see destination for travelers around the world. With its vibrant culture, exquisite cuisine, incredibly high standard of living, 

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  • Explore Sydney, Australia

    Once a British colony, today the largest city in the land down under is host to some 35,000 international students who enjoy Sydney’s sunny skies, outdoor lifestyle, national parks, arts, culture, and more.

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