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Thirteen UNCG students will receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad next semester.

The Congressionally funded Gilman Program broadens the U.S. student population studying and interning abroad by providing scholarships to outstanding undergraduate Pell Grant recipients who, due to financial constraints, might not otherwise study abroad.

With thirteen recipients, UNCG has more Gilman Scholars than any other college or university in the Carolinas.

UNCG is ranked 14th nationally out of 407 institutions in the number of Gilman Scholarships awarded.

Since 2012, 130 UNCG Gilman Scholars have received over $430,000 in scholarship funding through the Gilman program.

UNCG’s Gilman Cycle 1 Recipients for Spring 2020:

That Htoo, Belgium
Jazlyn Ibarra, Spain
Malaika Nzau, South Africa
Esteban Garcia, Finland
Joseph Santiago, South Korea
Shante McNeill, Sweden
Jaimon McMillan, France
Faith Brown, Botswana
Leonardo Lopez-Trejo, Netherlands
Kiara Bethune, South Korea
Ian Surman, China
Kaila Williams, Canada
Nyat Fessehaye

All Gilman Scholars are studying abroad on exchange programs at UNCG partner institutions. 

For a full list of Gilman recipients, visit gilmanscholarship.org

To learn more about UNCG’s International Programs Center or to support global opportunities for UNCG students, visit international.uncg.edu.

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