Each year BUTEX awards a number of scholarships to students studying abroad for either a semester or for a whole academic year.
The value of each scholarship is £500 and will be paid to the winners once they have arrived and registered at their host university.
BUTEX will also make a special award in honour of our late Treasurer, the Tony Emmerson Award. This scholarship will be awarded in the event of an American Studies student being successful in the competition. This award will also be for £500.
Applications for students studying abroad during academic year 2019/20 are now being accepted and the deadline for all applications will be the 15th June 2019.
Are you eligible?
The Scholarship is open to all undergraduate students who are affiliated to a BUTEX Full Member institution. You may be affiliated as an incoming or an outgoing study abroad student. To be eligible to apply:
How to apply
You have two options:
Design a poster or answer the question ‘Please provide an example of how and why you think an experience abroad helped to shape both the personal and professional development of alumni from your home or host institution.’ Please provide references, links and citations.
Please choose one of these options. Applicants are not permitted to submit more than one entry.
Please remember to check that your study abroad placement is eligible for this award.
Step One: Complete the Scholarship application form Application Form Poster Entries 2019-2020.
Step Two: Submit a picture or poster promoting study abroad.
Step Three: Picture / Poster applications should be uploaded using the form below.
Entries will be shortlisted by members of the BUTEX Executive Committee. The shortlisted poster entries will be mounted and displayed so that they can be judged by BUTEX members.
Step One: Answer the question:
“Please provide an example of how and why you think an experience abroad helped to shape both the personal and professional development of alumni from your home or host institution.’
Please provide references, links and citations.”
(Maximum number of words: 500) Please note, your answer need not be an essay or formal piece of writing.
Step Two: Submit your answer below.