Department of World Languages and Cultures

Scholarships and Assistantships


Marianne Bigney Scholarship award in German Studies

Deadline - March 15th

This scholarship honors late UToledo Professor Marianne Bigney.  It supports:

  • Incoming first-year students who wish to continue their study of German language, culture, civilization and literature
  • UToledo undergraduates continuing a course of study in German language, culture, civilization and literature

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Herbert B. Schering Exchange Program and Award in German Studies

Deadline - March 15Th

This fund honors the late Professor Herbert B. Schering, who served The University of Toledo for 39 years.  The scholarships support UToledo undergraduates and graduate students, including those who wish to study or do research or internships abroad.

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Daniel E. quilter ESTO scholarship

This scholarship supports students who wish to study in Toledo, Spain.

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graduate Assistantships

The Department of World Languages and Cultures is accepting applications from qualified undergraduate students for graduate assistantships (including computer lab assistantships) in French, German and Spanish.

Typically, graduate assistants teach one lower-level language course per quarter under faculty supervision and are provided: 

  • A stipend, currently at $7,200
  • A waiver of tuition and other fees
  • A health insurance subsidy

The department currently offers graduate programs leading to a Master of Arts in French, German and Spanish, as well as a program leading to a Master of Arts and Education degree. For such participants, the College of Graduate Studies at offers partial tuition waivers. For more information, contact the Department of World Languages and Cultures.

Requirements

  • An undergraduate major or the equivalent in the language of interest
  • Satisfactory completion of a minimum of 18 graduate-level credit hours in the language plus an additional 12 hours in either the major language or in approved cognate courses in related areas
  • Passage of a comprehensive examination based on a reading list and demonstration of a reading knowledge of a foreign language other than the major language

Applications

Applications with supporting materials should be submitted by early spring for consideration during the next academic year. For information and application forms, contact:

Dr. Linda Rouillard
Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures
The University of Toledo
Toledo, OH 43606-339
419.530.2029
Fax: 419.530.4954
linda.rouillard@utoledo.edu

 

Last Updated: 2/14/20