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Tufts University students who are registering for Tufts in Talloires or Tufts in Annecy, and qualified high school students applying to the Tufts Summit program may apply for a European Center Scholarship.

Scholarship awards range from $500 to $3750. Factors taken into consideration for scholarship awards include academic merit/G.P.A., financial need, civic-mindedness, travel experience, and the actual scholarship application and essay. Tufts students will be asked to come in for a short interview. Scholarships are available only to current Tufts University students and to qualified high school students applying to the Tufts Summit program.

To be considered, students must submit a Scholarship Application Form along with the completed program registration, before January 18, 2019 for Tufts in Talloires, before March 8, 2019 for Tufts Summit, and before March 29, 2019 for Tufts in Annecy. Scholarship recipients will be notified of scholarship awards before respective program deposit deadlines.

Scholarships offered by the Tufts European Center are funded by generous gifts from

  • The many alumni and friends of the Tufts European Center
  • The MacJannet Foundation whose support honors Donald and Charlotte MacJannet, an American couple who made the Tufts Summer Programs in Talloires possible by donating the building and grounds which now comprise Tufts' campus in the French Alps.
  • The Michael B. Slone (A89) Endowed Scholarship for Talloires established by classmates and friends to honor his life and sprit for adventure
  • The Richard and Elaine Kaufman (J46) Endowed Fund for the support and promotion of international understanding
  • The Nathan and Shirley Brodsky Scholarship for Tufts in Talloires, awarded annually to a first-generation student who has had only limited travel experience and who demonstrates financial need.