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Yale College
Center for International and Professional Experience
55 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT
06510

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Calculate your International Summer Award

The ISA is intended to cover a percentage of the program's set budget. It will not cover all expenses of a student's experience abroad. Students with 100% need will most likely need to contribute their own money for program expenses.

ISA-SIC for Fellowships

The ISA-SIC includes:

  • a pro-rated amount of the summer income contribution (SIC) which is based on the length of the student's experience abroad*.

ISA-SIC Plus for Study or Internship Programs

The ISA-SIC Plus includes:

  • a pro-rated amount of the summer income contribution (SIC) which is based on the length of the student's experience abroad*,
      - PLUS -
  • a percentage of the program budget equal to the student's need as determined by the financial aid office in 2013-14.

*Please note that the summer is considered to be 12 weeks in duration. The SIC amount for summer 2014 is $3,050.

To calculate your ISA-SIC Plus funding

  1. Find out your percent eligibility.
  2. View your total program budget.
  3. Multiply your percent eligibility (converted to a decimal) by your total program budget amount.
Program budget
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Your % eligibility
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"Plus" amount
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Pro-rated SIC
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Your ISA

 

Program budget x Your % eligibility = "Plus" amount + Pro-rated SIC = Your ISA

 

Click Here to View the ISA Program Budgets

View the 2014 ISA Information Session Presentation

International Students:

Please note that you must complete certain forms at the International Tax Office before receiving the ISA. If you have not already done so, please make an appointment at Yale's International Tax Office.

Other Sources of Funding

If you are not eligible to receive an ISA, or need additional funds to support your experience, view other sources of funding.

Contact us at if you have questions about the ISA.

If a student's International Summer Award does not cover the full cost of their program abroad, the student is responsible for paying the balance. Some possible sources of funding include: