IAU College, with study abroad programs in Aix-en-Provence, France, is proud to introduce the
Meredith Hope Emerson French Honors Scholarship Program for qualiﬁed UGA students interested in a
semester or summer abroad with IAU College. The Scholarship Program, created in memory of Meredith -
who was a former IAU French Honors Student - oﬀers two half-tuition semester scholarships and one
half-tuition summer scholarship for qualiﬁed UGA French students enrolled in IAU College French Studies classes .
When funds are available, awards of up to $1000 will be granted for domestic or international conference presentations, or travel necessary for research (trips to libraries or other collections, linguistic fieldwork, etc.). Applicants must be full-time graduate students in the French program, and preference will be given to doctoral students.
The Department of Romance Languages is able to offer awards of $1000 to outstanding applicants to the French graduate program on an occasional basis.
When funds are available, awards will be made on the basis of academic excellence and need to students in the Department of Romance Languages. Recipients will be selected by the Graduate Studies Committee during Spring semester with award money to be paid during the following academic year.
The Graduate Studies Committee will review the graduate transcript and CV of all students who will be enrolling in a degree program the following academic year, who are making progress toward the degree, and who have not received the award previously.
The Department of Romance Languages French Study Abroad Award is a prize worth up to
$1000 (depending on the availability of funding) for French-language study in a French-speaking
country. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students at the University of Georgia. The
award recipient will be recognized at the Pi Delta Phi ceremony in April.
The Modern Languages Scholarship Fund was established in 1976 to provide scholarship
money for students majoring in modern foreign languages. The competition is limited to
full-time undergraduate students whose declared majors are in the Department of
Romance Languages or Foreign Language Education in Romance Languages. Normally
four awards of approximately $300 granted to students in study abroad programs in
Summer or Fall.