Diverse Community Fund
1. Applying to any of our programs for 2022
2. Interviewing with one of our Enrollment Coordinators
3. Getting accepted into the program and being chosen as an awardee by our team
4. Enrolling in the program by paying the deposit
Being identified as Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA), Black, Students with Disabilities or Learning Difference, First-Generation and/or Low Income (FLI), International, Latinx, LGBTQIA, Native American, Women and Communities of Faith.
*All-year-round funding opportunity when enrolling in our program.
Award: €500 to redeem from program fee.
Financial Need Based Fund
Eligibility: based on financial need, as well as the student’s reflection on identity, program goals, personal investment, and location choice.
Discount for returning students to the Absolute Internship Program. Welcome back to the #AbsoluteTribe!
Discount for referring a friend or colleague who does the program. Both you and your friend will benefit!
Whoever you are and wherever you come from, it is your right to have access to international experiences. Diversity and inclusion in higher education are improving every year but it is still not good enough. At Absolute Internship, promoting inclusion in higher education is a priority, and we are thrilled to share some insights and resources for the diverse underrepresented community.
The racial and ethnic diversity of US students studying abroad has improved from 18% to 30% in the last decade. Our mission is to provide diverse students with resources that will make study or internships abroad even more accessible.
This guide will help you learn about possible financial need-based grants, resources and funding opportunities for many underrepresented groups of students who are black, Asian, LGBTQ+, disabled or from other ethnic communities.
We believe in equal opportunities and will continue to fight for equality and diversity in the industry in order to bring about a lasting change.