Undergraduate Language Grant (ULG)

Undergraduate Language Grant (ULG)

About

Undergraduate Language Grants (ULG) support the intensive and experiential learning of foreign languages during the summer.  The Office of Undergraduate Research will award grants to help defray the costs of intensive language study abroad or in the United States.  Grants are for up to $5,000 and can cover up to 75% of total expenses.  Study programs must be at least six weeks in duration, and language instruction must be the predominant (if not the sole) aim of the program.  In particular, the grant committee seeks to fund students who will be using this language training to help them achieve specific academic and professional goals.

Basic Information

Opportunity Type: 

  • Grant or Fellowship

Opportunity Timeframe: 

  • Northwestern Summer Session

Opportunity Start Year: 

2007

Opportunity Location: 

  • Domestic, International

Location Map: 

Requirements & Prerequisites

Participants: 

  • Undergraduate Students

Other Limits on Participation: 

You must be enrolled in courses as a Northwestern undergraduate in the fall following the grant period.

Language Requirement: 

Yes

Academic Information

Course Credit Availability: 

  • Yes

Subject Area(s): 

  • Humanities

Keyword Descriptors: 

  • Study abroad, International, Travel, language, Intensive Language Study, language study, Summer

Financial Information

Funding Availability: 

  • Yes

Compensation: 

Up to $5,000 (75% of total expenses)

Type of Payment Available: 

  • Grant for Expenses

Contact Information

Sponsors & Partners

NU Sponsor: 

Office of Undergraduate Research

Wildcard Group

Northwestern Run Opportunity: 

Global Opportunity: 

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