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  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
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  • Restrictions: UGA applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 04/20/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Program Description:
UGA at Oxford Endowed Scholarship Funds

For full descriptions of each of the available funds, please select the links below:
Scholarships are based on both need and merit.
You can apply for one or all of these scholarships at once by selecting the appropriate options within the Oxford Endowed Scholarships application.

  1. Apply for a UGA at Oxford program by completing a program application in the GoAbroad Portal.
  2. Complete an Endowed Scholarships application in the GoAbroad Portal by clicking “Apply Now” above. The application requires the following steps:
  3. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and ensure that it has been lodged with the Official of Student Financial Aid. This must be a current FAFSA, i.e. based on taxes filed in January of the previous year. This MUST be done, and no exceptions can be allowed. If you have not yet done this, do so NOW, as it can take months to process, and scholarship deadlines cannot be extended.
  4. Once this is done, upload an Athena “Award Overview" for the current academic year. Instructions on where to find your Award Overview are given below. The overview MUST include your Estimated Family Contribution, which will only appear once your FAFSA has been lodged with OFSA.
  5. Upload an Academic Writing Sample in the “Attached Documents” section. This should be 5-10 pages in length, and preferably written for a class taken by one of the faculty members writing your letters of recommendation.
  6. Organize for two letters of recommendation to be sent directly from faculty members to These should attest to your academic qualifications and personal attributes. Ask your evaluators to explain how they know you and how long they have had an opportunity to observe your academic and personal accomplishments. For best results, you should seek letters from professors and instructors who have taught you advanced or challenging subjects. If you choose recommenders who are not university faculty, they should speak to extra-curricular or work activities that are highly relevant to your major or other professional goals.
  7. PLOUGHMAN SCHOLARHSIP ONLY: Upload a personal statement of 1,000 – 1,200 words which describes your academic and professional aspirations and the ways in which you strive in your daily life to practice the kinds of values embodied by Chaucer’s character, the Ploughman, in his work The Canterbury Tales. For more information, see

How to find your Athena Award Overview:
  1. Log in to ATHENA and select "Financial Aid."
  2. Select "Award."
  3. Select "Award for Aid Year."
  4. Select the second tab, "Award Overview."
  5. Take a screenshot of your "Award Overview," OR save the "Award Overview" as a PDF.
  6. Ensure that it shows your ESTIMATED FAMILY CONTRIBUTION and Cost of Attendance
  7. Upload this file to your program application. 

  • An applicant must be a non-transient, degree-seeking major at the University of Georgia and have completed at least one semester as an undergraduate or graduate student at UGA prior to taking part in a study abroad program.
  • An applicant must be in good standing at the time of submission of this application as well as during any semester s/he is to receive scholarship funds. Preference will be given to applicants with a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or higher.
  • An applicant must be enrolled for at least 10 credit hours during the semester of application, and an applicant is expected to take an appropriate full-course load (3 hours for a Fall/Spring break; 6-9 hours for summer; 12-15 hours for fall and spring) during the study abroad experience.