Additional Scholarship Opportunities | Concordia Language Villages

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

This page is updated as language-specific scholarship opportunities become available.

Arabic

Thanks to a generous grant from Qatar Foundation, Intl. (QFI), villagers from the greater Midwest may apply for need-based, partial-tuition scholarships. Scholarship applications are reviewed on a first-come basis, and scholarships are awarded until funding is depleted. Apply via the Passport Fund section of the registration form.

 

Danish, Norwegian and Swedish

Den Norske Torske Klubben logo - a viking with a red background - all in a circle.

Den Norske Torske Klubben is a longtime friend and partner of all Scandinavian programs at Concordia Language Villages. This organization provides scholarship and grant opportunities for young people to attend language and cultural camps, seminars and other educational opportunities celebrating Scandinavian heritage. You are not required to be a Den Norske Torske Klubben member to apply, however, preference is given to those with a connection to the club.

*Please note that Virtual Village (online) programs DO apply.

Click HERE to apply.

 

Finnish

Thanks to the continued generous support from The Salolampi Foundation, villagers may receive a partial-tuition scholarship. Scholarship applications are reviewed on a first-come basis, and scholarships are awarded until funding is depleted. Apply via the Passport Fund section of the registration form.

Italian

The Italian Language Village is offering a scholarship for Minnesota and Wisconsin residents with financial need. The Bella Ciao scholarship will provide financial support of $1,000 for a four-week program, $500 for a two-week program, and $300 for a one-week program. This scholarship gives preference to first-time villagers stepping up from a day camp to a one-week program, a one-week to two-week program, or from a two-week to a four-week program. The application deadline is April 15. Submit this form to apply.

 

Russian

The Russian Language Village offers the Global Excellence Awards for youth interested in attending residential or virtual programs.

Youth interested in attending a Virtual Village program in the summer can apply for a chance to receive a $100-$200 award. Priority consideration will be given to new participants and villagers from backgrounds that have been traditionally underrepresented at Lesnoe Ozero. Priority deadline is April 15. Please submit this form to apply.

Youth attending residential programs can apply for a chance to receive a $1,000 award and a variety of smaller awards. Priority consideration will be given to new participants, returning villagers who are interested in “stepping up” from a shorter session to a longer session and villagers from backgrounds that have been traditionally underrepresented at Lesnoe Ozero. Deadline for all application materials is April 15. Please submit this form to apply.

If you have questions, please contact clvrussian@cord.edu.