Fund your international studies, teaching or research with prestigious International Fellowships.
There are many reasons to apply for a prestigious fellowship to fund your international studies, teaching or research. The Office of International Affairs guides students through the application process for three main Fellowships: Fulbright, Boren & Critical Language Scholarship (CLS). In addition, OIA's Education Abroad office administers the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program
Competitive International Scholarships
Here are some articles, handbooks, essays, and other materials that can help students and faculty with the process of applying for or assisting students who seek merit-based fellowships.
- Finding & Securing Federal Funding presentation (November, 2020)
- How to Request a Letter of Recommendation (PDF) - Online version (URL)
- Benefits of Awards - even if you don't win (PDF) - Online version (URL)
- Proposal Writing Resources
- Searchable Fellowships Database
- Solitude and Leadership
- Writing Personal Statements Online
- Proposal Writing Short Course
- Writing a Funding Proposal
- The Art of Writing Proposals (PDF)
- Writing Personal Statements (PDF)
- Student FAQs