Scholarship programs vary widely in their aims, meeting the needs and interests of a large range of applicants. The detailed descriptions in the list of fellowships are intended to help you understand the terms, eligibility criteria, and desired qualifications for each program. Some students may focus on a particular fellowship that fits their interests; for many students it makes sense to apply for multiple fellowships.
I applied for a Boren Scholarship in Jordan because, as an International Studies major focusing on the Middle East, I knew it was crucial to both gain experience in the region and develop my Arabic language capabilities. – Carly Greenspan, Boren Scholarship
For sophomores and juniors with exceptional motivation, creativity, and performance in STEM fields.
|Baltimore Corps Fellowship|
For postgraduates dedicated to a career in community leadership, racial equity, and devoted to Baltimore to pursue a year-long fellowship while pursuing full-time position in the city’s social sectors.
For juniors interested in pursuing a graduate degree in the arts, humanities, or most social sciences.
For undergraduates interested in studying less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests.
For postgraduates to pursue a graduate degree in a STEM field at Cambridge University.
A variety of funding opportunities for study or research in Germany.
|Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program|
For postgraduates to pursue a year-long professional fellowship focused on anti-poverty and anti-hunger efforts.
|Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship|
For early PhD students committed to promoting diversity through a career in teaching and research.
|Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award|
Postgraduate opportunities to teach English and American culture abroad.
|Fulbright Study/Research Award|
Postgraduate opportunities to conduct independent research or pursue graduate study abroad.
|Fulbright Study/Research Award for E. Baltimore & SAIS|
Postgraduate opportunities to conduct independent research or pursue graduate study abroad for E. Baltimore and SAIS students and alumni.
|Gaither Junior Fellows Program|
Postgraduate fellowship placement at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a leading think tank in Washington, D.C.
|Gates Cambridge Scholarship|
For postgraduates with a commitment to improving the lives of others to pursue a graduate degree at Cambridge University.
For sophomores and juniors with a strong research profile intent on a STEM-field research career.
|Hertz Graduate Fellowship|
For STEM-field PhD students with evidence of exceptional creativity, broad understanding, and potential for innovative research.
For postgraduates dedicated to finding creative solutions to the world's greatest challenges to pursue a graduate degree at Stanford University.
|Luce Scholars Program|
For postgraduates to pursue a year-long professional placement that introduces them immersively to an Asian language and culture.
For postgraduates positioned to become leaders in their fields to pursue a graduate degree at any university in the U.K.
For postgraduates positioned to become leaders in their fields to pursue a one-year graduate degree in Ireland.
|NIH Undergraduate Scholarship|
Support and extensive professional research training for undergraduates who are firmly committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research.
|NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program|
For students enrolled or enrolling in STEM graduate programs.
For postgraduates positioned to become leaders in their fields to pursue a degree at Oxford University.
|Schwarzman Scholars Program|
For postgraduates to develop their leadership skills while pursuing a master's degree in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
|Soros Fellowship for New Americans|
For New Americans, immigrants, or children of immigrants to pursue graduate study in the U.S.
|SSRC - International Dissertation Research Fellowship|
For PhD students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences to conduct dissertation research on non-U.S. topics.
For juniors committed to public service leadership to pursue graduate study and professional development.
|Udall Undergraduate Scholarship|
For second- and third-year students committed to issues related to the environment or Native American nations.