Risk Management Scholarships
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Overall academic achievement demonstrated by transcripts.
Three letters of recommendation by faculty or advisers, including at least one from
a Certified Fraud Examiner or local CFE chapter.
An original 250-word essay on why the applicant deserves the scholarship and how
fraud awareness will affect his or her professional career development.
Bermuda Foundation for Insurance Studies
Exceptional GPA and completion of basic course in insurance and risk.
Full-time student as undergraduate junior or senior returning to full-time schedule
after completion of the programme or full-time graduate student returning to a
full-time schedule after completion of programme.
Application, essay, transcripts, and nomination.
Central Illinois FLMI Society
Enrollment in an insurance related field of study.
Maintainence of a grade point average of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale or 4.0 or above on
a 5.0 scale.
Currently a junior at a four-year school or in their last semester of study at a
Doctoral Fellowships in Insurance & Risk Management
Deadline: February or March, with permission of the Executive Director
Citizen of the U.S. or Canada.
Obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
Insurance Marketing & Management Service Jeffrey Nordhaus Memorial Scholarship
Junior and seniors who plan to enter any aspect of marketing insurance and
Transcript, letter of recommendation, and black and white photo.
Intermediary & Reinsurance Underwriters Association, Inc.
Summer intern program.
Send application, resume, and two faculty recommendations.
Million Dollar Round Table College Scholarship Program
Senior upon entering fall semester.
Currently studying marketing of insurance and financial services.
Able to receive endorsement from an academic.
Able to attend the Annual Meeting in June.
NAIW Education Foundation
Candidate for a bachelor’s or master’s degree in insurance and/or risk management.
Completing or completed 2nd year of college.
GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Society of CPCU
Rising senior pursuing a degree in insurance or risk management.
Academic performance, organizational involvement, leadership potential, and interest
in insurance are considered during selection.
Spencer Educational Foundation, Inc.
Full-time undergraduate junior/senior or master’s degree candidate.
Major or minor in a Risk Management discipline.
Career objective in Risk Management
Relevant work experience and leadership skills.
Strong academic and employer recommendations and application.
University Risk Management and Insurance Association
Full-time student who has attained junior, senior, or graduate status by Fall of year prior
to application year.
Student successfully completed a minimum of 3 courses in insurance and/or
Nomination by professor.
Resume, career goals, and reasons for interests in insurance and risk