Pitt Business offers approximately $360,000 annually in scholarship funds for study abroad through the generous gifts of many donors. Please learn more about the specific funders below.
To be eligible for an award, you must be a Pitt Business student and must have a clear disciplinary record on campus.
You will fill out one scholarship application to be eligible for the below scholarships. Awards are granted on the basis of academic merit, financial need, disciplinary record on campus, and career goals. Award amounts range from $500-$3,000, and applications are due as follows:
Spring 2020: 6 October 2019
Spring Break 2020: 3 November 2019
Plus3 and Plus3 Transfer Programs 2020: 8 December 2019
Summer 2020: 20 January 2020
Global Experience Fellowship in Leadership and Ethics
The Global Experience Fellowship in Leadership and Ethics, sponsored by the David Berg Center for Leadership and Ethics, is awarded to business students enrolled in the Certificate Program in Leadership and Ethics (CPLE) who show academic merit and are pursuing an academically relevant study abroad experience . Award amounts range from $1,000-$2,000.
Crissman Experiential Learning Award
The Crissman Experiential Learning Award is awarded to business students who show high academic merit in the finance major and who are pursuing an unpaid international finance internship. Award amounts range from $1,000-$2,000.
Henry E. Haller, Jr. Dean’s Chair Scholarship
The Haller Scholarship is designed for Pitt Business students who are learning practical skills and knowledge of the host language and culture on their study abroad program during the fall, spring, or summer. Awards are given to students who show superior academic merit, career goals, and financial need. Preference is given to students who are interning through their program.
James L. Golding Study Abroad Scholarship
The James Golding Sholarship is for Pitt Business students who are underresented in study abroad. Mr. Golding is a 1965 graduate of CBA and was an active member of Student Government, Order of the Omega Fraternity, and Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity during his time on campus. One student each year will recieve a $2,000 award for a summer study abroad program.
James B. Tafel Scholarship
The James B. Tafel Scholarship is for Pitt Business students who are learning practical skills on their study abroad program during the fall, spring, or summer. $500-$2000 awards are given to students who show superior academic merit, career goals, and financial need. Preference is given to students who are interning through their program.
Mabel Carlin Fund
An award for students at the College of Business Administration to support unpaid international internships on study abroad programs.
Paul W. Hillier, Jr. Scholarship
The Hillier scholarship provides funding for students at the College of Business Administration to participate in an unpaid international internship, allowing students with the opportunity to develop knowledge of the host country culture and language along with professional skills through their work experience.
Center for Supply Chain Management Scholarship
The Center for Supply Chain Management Scholarship is awarded to business students who show high academic merit in the supply chain major or certificate and plan to enhance their supply chain skills while abroad through study and or internship experiences. Award amounts range from $500-$2,000.
International Program Manager, College of Business Administration