July 24, 2012
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Deadline: September 14, 2012 

The Institute of International Education is currently preparing the 2013 edition of its online directory Study Abroad Funding, which can be found at www.studyabroadfunding.org.

With hundreds of scholarship and grant listings, Study Abroad Funding is the most comprehensive directory for U.S. students to find funding for studying abroad. The website features detailed descriptions of study abroad scholarships, fellowships, grants, and paid internships for U.S. undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students. These are searchable by name, field of study, continent and country. All listings are free of charge and provide an excellent opportunity to publicize your institution's programs. The deadline to add or update your programs is September 14, 2012.

How to Update/Add Your Funding Opportunities
For institutions whose listings already appear on the Study Abroad Funding website, we ask that you verify and update your listings and contact information or add new listings by visiting: www.naylornetwork.com/iiestab/. For questions about your password, please email jbunkin@naylor.com.

Institutions can also purchase Premier Listings, which offer heightened visibility on the Study Abroad Funding website by appearing in alphabetical order on top of all basic listings. Institutions that opt for Premier Listings can also include an add-in video with their funding opportunity. For more information on Premier Listings, please email Jeff Bunkin at jbunkin@naylor.com.

Institutions whose listings do not appear on the Study Abroad Funding website can add their study abroad funding opportunities that are available for U.S. students by visiting: www.naylornetwork.com/iiestab/Update.asp?NewRec=y.

With questions, please contact lepplin@iie.org.
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An article in the most recent issue of IIENetworker magazine gives three models of early-college study abroad programs that help increase first- and second-year college student study abroad engagement. According to the article, "Many institutions design these programs to increase early-college students’ study abroad participation and global engagement or to strategically support retention, enrollment management, curricular internationalization, and transition issues. Early-college programs also provide critical gateway experiences for faculty and can help institutions meet campus internationalization goals." 

To read the full article, please visit: www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/naylor/IIEB0112/index.php#/34.
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