Herron offers the world to you though educational excursions overseas. Several Herron students spent nearly four weeks in Paris (Summer 2012). Previous destinations have included Italy, Germany, Greece, England, France, Belgium, The Netherlands and China.
Herron offers the world to you through educational excursions overseas. In recent years, destinations have included Greece, England, France, Belgium, The Netherlands and China. Three to six week summer sessions are planned in cooperation with educational institutions in various countries, and are conducted by experienced faculty members. Academic credit is offered to participants who complete travel-related assignments. Weeklong spring break trips to London, Paris and New York City are also available. Competitive scholarships are available to qualified students.
Herron travel programs provide you with the opportunity to study and make art in a country and culture unlike your own. You will further your knowledge not only about art, but also about the world and its people.
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The IUPUI Office of International Affairs affords additional travel study opportunities to the university community.
Each year, several Reverend A. G. Fraser International Travel Scholarships of up to $2,000 each are awarded to deserving Herron students. Application forms are available every fall semester from the Herron Student Services Office, room #126.
The Julia Z. Wickes Award was established in 2002 by Mr. John “Jack” Wickes and daughters Katie, Maggie and Anna Wickes in honor of Julia’s education at Herron and her experiences while studying abroad in Pont Aven, France. Awarded to full time, undergraduate students pursuing a degree in fine arts by participating in a residential artistic studio environment located outside the United States.
The Miller Student Travel Award was established in 1998 by Mr. L. Steven Miller and Mrs. Cathy J. Miller. Awarded to students who have demonstrated superior talent and skills and an interest in pursuing art studies in the U.S. or abroad.
For information about a scholarship program available to students participating in approved study abroad programs during the spring and summer semesters, eligibility, and the application process, please contact the Office of International Affairs or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The scholarships, grants, subsidized and unsubsidized loans that you receive from Student Financial Assistance for study at IUPUI may be used to pay for study abroad. It is recommended that you contact the IUPUI Financial Aid Office as early as possible to find out if you qualify for loans for your time abroad. You may call (317) 274.4162 or email http://www.iupui.edu/~finaid/.
Another useful resource is A Financial Aid Recipient's Guide to International Study.