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The scholarships for the Biomedical Sciences Program are varied
and typically range from $500-$2000. Applicants must all be BIMS
majors. Residency requirements vary according to the scholarship.
GPA requirements vary from a minimum 3.0 overall TAMU GPA to a
minimum 3.5 overall TAMU GPA. Typically students must complete 24
hours total, at Texas A&M University, in the Fall/Spring
semesters preceding the award. (Although, for some scholarships,
more hours are required.) Students must meet classification
requirements at the time of application. Often, financial need as
determined by Student Financial Aid Department is taken into
consideration. Furthermore, membership and leadership activities in
campus organizations recognized by TAMU will be considered and are
typically required. All criteria should be met at the time of
application and all scholarships are subject to funds becoming
For BSA scholarship information, download the PDF here.
For all other scholarship information, download the PDF here.
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For the 2014-2015 school year, there is money available through
the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences'
International Programs for travel awards to offset travel
costs. This money is available for independent work/study
abroad experiences (i.e. not Faculty-Led trips). All
undergraduate, graduate, and professional students are eligible to
For examples of previous trips taken, please visit /international-programs/student-trip-reports.
Please download the application by clicking here for details about the deadline,
trip eligibility, and guidelines for receiving the travel
stipend. If after reading the application you have further
questions, please contact Dr. Clay Ashley.
Applications are now open for the 2015 Globetrotter Grant.
The grant will award $1,500 to an adventurous TAMU student who
plans to travel outside the United States.
The grant supplements a trip you have planned and
organized. You can use the funds for transportation to and
from the U.S., travel within your destination country/countries,
food, housing, entrance fees, and/or incidentals or indulgences
that add to the pleasure of your trip or to your memories of
it. If you are participating in a study-abroad program, you
may use the grant for independent travel before, during, or after
your program but not for the program itself.
Details are at
www.globetrottergrant.org. Check out the Grant Winners page for
examples of successful proposals and to read about Aggie
Deadline: Wednesday, February 11
Applications for the Gilman Scholarship for Summer 2015, Fall
2015 and for the 2015-2016 Academic Year are now open. The
Gilman Scholarship provides awards of up to $5,000 for U.S. citizen
undergraduate students at two-year and four-year institutions to
pursue country-based undergraduate opportunities abroad of up to
one academic year.
To be eligible, students must be receiving a Federal Pell Grant
either at the time of application or while abroad, studying or
interning abroad for at least four weeks (28 days) in one
country, and cannot be studying abroad in a country currently under
a U.S. Department of State Travel Warning or in Cuba.
For more information, please attend one of the upcoming
You can also contact one of the Gilman advisors in the Study
Abroad Programs Office, Bianca Cusimano at firstname.lastname@example.org or Larry
Komrower at email@example.com.
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