Fueled by a common belief that in order to change the world you need to experience it, EF Study Abroad and The Forum on Education Abroad have created a first-of-its-kind, high-impact student scholarship program, in collaboration with EF’s educational partner the Nobel Prize Museum. Ten scholarship winners will be selected to attend this prestigious program and students of all backgrounds and from all over the world are encouraged to apply.
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Our partners in educational excellence
EF Education First’s educational partner, The Nobel Prize Museum, is teaming up with EF and the The Forum to offer the opportunity for student scholarship recipients to attend the 2023 Nobel Week Dialogue and hear from world-renowned global leaders, while also engaging with Nobel Prize Museum leadership.
The Forum on Education Abroad is a nonprofit membership organization recognized by the U.S. government as the Standards Development Organization for the field of education abroad. With over 800 institutional members worldwide, The Forum is committed to cultivating educators who deliver high-quality, accessible education abroad programs.
About the program
During this fully-funded program, the selected students will participate in and receive credit for an online project-based course in intercultural communication and travel to Sweden for an international field experience, where they will attend sessions at the 2023 Nobel Week Dialogue: a collaborative event that brings some of the world’s leading scientists, policy-makers, and thinkers together to explore scientific topics through a global lens. Led by distinguished international faculty leaders, scholarship recipients will tackle global challenges through action learning projects.
This program was created alongside The Forum on Education Abroad and with their Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad in mind. The learning objectives, learning goals and course concept were co-designed by Dr. David Wick, Dr. Darla Deardorff, Dr. Marissa Lombardi, and Melissa Torres. Students selected will receive five transferrable ETS credits from the University College Dublin upon completion.
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