Oxbridge Study Abroad Scholarships

Each year, Oxbridge, in association with The Foundation for International Education, awards a minimum of 50 scholarships, and often more, to students attending our programs. Please note that the number of scholarships available varies from year to year in accordance with available funding.

Scholarships are highly selective, as the applicant pool is very strong, and we are only able to award scholarships to 10-15% of applicants overall. Scholarships may be full or partial and will cover all or a portion of the program tuition. Students remain responsible for the cost of their airfare, daily lunch, and personal spending money. Scholarships do not cover the Paris Connection.

Applying for a scholarship:

  • The scholarship application process is entirely separate from the regular application process. Students applying for a scholarship must use the scholarship application and may not apply using the regular online or paper application at the same time.
  • Scholarship applications must include information regarding students’ academic and community strengths and their family’s household income..
  • Applicants can download a scholarship application here. Please note: The standard application form is not a scholarship application form and cannot be used as such.


  • The scholarship application process is open to students worldwide and currently in grades 7-11 who have not previously participated in an Oxbridge program.
  • Completed scholarship applications must be received in our New York office by the following dates. Please ensure that you send your application sufficiently early to allow time for delivery. Applications received after the specified date cannot be accepted, regardless of the postmark date:
    • Oxford Spring Seminar – December 13, 2019
    • Oxford and Cambridge Traditions – January 31, 2020
    • New York, Los Angeles, and Boston – February 7, 2020
    • The Oxford, Cambridge, and UCLA Prep Experiences – February 14, 2020
    • France and Spain Programs – February 21, 2020
    • The Oxford Summer Seminars – February 28, 2020
    • Oxbridge Seminar in New York – February 28, 2020

    The address of our New York office is:

    Oxbridge Academic Programs
    49 W 45th St.
    12th Floor
    New York, NY 10036
  • Scholarships are based equally on financial need, the student’s ability to contribute to the program in the broadest sense, and the specific requirements for each scholarship type.

ISA Summer Immersion Program for College Credit

ISA High School has been a leading provider of high-quality, affordable, cultural and language immersion programs for high school students.

The mission is to provide students with a transformative experience aimed at fostering independence, cross-cultural sensitivity, and global citizenship. The 2018 program destinations include: Canada, Costa Rica, France, Italy, Peru, and Spain.


For more information call 512-474-1041 , email hs@studiesabroad.com or visit the website


Global Routes

About High School and Gap Year Programs at Global Routes:


At the heart of the Global Routes experience is cultivating connection in another part of the world. We believe that the exchange of ideas is the key to interconnection and global community.  Living and working with people throughout the world challenges both you and local community members to step outside of your boundaries and open your hearts and minds to new people and cultures.


Our programs begin with an in-country orientation designed to orient you to your surroundings through safaris, rainforest excursions, visits to ancient ruins, or multi-day treks. The orientation also focuses on learning a new language and cultural traditions, introducing you to your group and leaders, and giving you the knowledge and support you need to dive into your cultural immersion experience in your host community. This is also the time when you will foster trust and support within the group and learn to work as a team.


The cornerstone of your experience is community service in a small, rural village. We believe that the service project is the gateway to interconnection between the students and the host community. Immerse yourself in the daily rhythms of life in your destination country and work alongside locals on projects they have selected to most benefit their community. Whether you help to build a community center in South America or a school classroom in Africa, one thing is certain: you and your host community will be transformed.


The greatest highlight for many of our students is the homestay that runs parallel to your community service. Live together with a fellow group member in the home of a local host family and come home after a solid day’s work on the service project to their smiles and excitement. Prepare dinner with your host mother, teach your host brother a few words of English, or journey to the family farm. As you spend time together, you learn an incredible amount about the challenges and joys of life in the village and form relationships that will not soon be forgotten.


Our programs end by exploring places of world-renowned beauty and sites of great interest. Travel with your group to canoe the Amazon headwaters of Ecuador, snorkel with sea lions in the Galapagos, sail a wooden dhow in Zanzibar, or explore the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. In these spectacular settings, you begin the important process of reflecting on your experience, celebrating your contributions and discoveries, and preparing to come home. Our high school programs have a maximum of 18 students per group, two leaders and two to three in-country support staff.

Learn about dates and destinations here: http://www.globalroutes.org/dates-destinations/ 

Fill out an application here