Study Abroad Scholarships for Business Students
The College of Business Administration is committed to making it possible for students to study abroad. With the support of CBA alumni, the College is please to offer scholarship opportunities to students.
The Kendall Study Abroad Scholarships
These scholarships are made possible by K-State alums Mr. Larry and Mrs. Patricia Kendall. Mr. Kendall earned two degrees from K-state (1969 and 1973) and is a founding partner of The Group Inc. Real Estate of Fort Collins, Colorado. His company, which hires 230 sales associates, was recently recognized by the National Association of Realtors as "the most productive real estate company in the United States". In addition to several other distinguished honors, Mr. Kendall was, in year 2007, recognized as one of the 11 distinguished Kansas State University alumni. Kendall is the author of the sales course "Ninja Selling." Past president of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce, Kendall serves on the K-State College of Business Administration’s advisory board. Mrs. Patricia Kendall also earned two degrees from K-State in 1969 and 1973 and is currently a professor of food science and human nutrition at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, Colorado.
The next round of Kendall Study Abroad scholarship is now open. CBA students who plan to study abroad during spring 2019 term (including winter intersession or spring break) qualify for these awards. The deadline to apply is Monday, Oct 15 by 11:55 pm CST.
Note: Students who plan to study abroad during summer or fall 2019 should NOT apply at this time but wait for the next round of competition which will commence in January 2019 (deadline for this round will be March 15, 2019). Those studying abroad during fall 2018 are ineligible as that round of competition has already closed.
Other Scholarship Opportunities
In addition to the Kendall Study Abroad Scholarships for College of Business students, there are many other scholarship available for study abroad students university-wide. Please visit the Study Abroad Office's scholarship page to learn more about the options.
These study grants are among the largest offered at K-State and are to be used to fund one year of post-baccalaureate study at a recognized university in a non-U.S. country in a study discipline that supports the Object of Rotary and the Mission of The Rotary Foundation.
This scholarship is designed to assist students of high financial need who are motivated to go abroad but have financial barriers associated with the "out-of-pocket" expenses of going abroad.