[Lubin School of Business]

International Travel Scholarship Application

The Lubin School of Business, through a grant received from the Figueroa Family Fund, is awarding scholarships for select Study Abroad opportunities. Students who are eligible can expect to receive $3,000 per Study Abroad opportunity.

These scholarships are administered through Lubin's Center for Global Business Programs.

Download the application instructions (.pdf) before you apply. You will receive a confirmation e-mail after you submit this form.

Registration Information

Academic Standing and Affiliation

(Pforzheimer Honors College, Beta Gamma Sigma, etc.)

Travel Destination

Personal Information


first 5 digits only

You will receive a confirmation message to this email

You may enter 'Undecided'

If no minor, leave blank

Pace credits earned as of today's date

Actual or expected graduation date

Select your QPA as of today's date.

Applicants with QPA below 3.0 will NOT be considered.


You must address the following points in order to be considered for a scholarship. Essays should be at least one page in length and preference will be given to well-written essays. Please do not forget to proofread your essay.

  1. How do you anticipate that this international experience will develop your professional business career (currently or in the future)?

  2. How do you think this international experience will affect your personal development?

  3. What skills, experience or insights do you anticipate bringing back to Lubin that will, in turn, enrich the Lubin community?

  4. Be sure to research your field study destination - city and country - and include your rationale for wanting to travel there in your essay.

  5. Please inform us of your noteworthy academic achievements and extracurricular activities, as you deem appropriate.

  6. Please let us know of any financial circumstances that you or your family have encountered, even if they might already be reflected in your FAFSA.

If you have problems with this form, e-mail Trish Temmerman at ptemmerman@pace.edu for assistance.