Graduates & Graduating Seniors
The Boren Fellowship funds long term overseas research in underrepresented languages, and STEM research. Students must be U.S. citizens and enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited university to apply. Fellowships up to $24,000 will be offered. Application deadlines are in January.
The Gates-Cambridge scholarship funds tuition for any non-United Kingdom citizen to study full time for a graduate degrees at the University of Cambridge. A stipend may be included based on situation. Application deadlines are in October
DAAD focuses on funding for U.S./Canadian citizens to study in Germany. Open to many disciplines this scholarship provides a monthly stipend of 750 euros to graduate students and 1000 euros to Post-docs. Deadlines vary because there are multiple scholarships.
Future American History teachers (grades 7-12) can win up to $24,000 in tuition, fees, book, and housing aid. Eligible students are U.S. citizens, graduating the year they apply, and must teach one year for every year they receive awards for. The application deadline is in March.
This STEM fellowship is for U.S. citizens who have been accepted to a graduate degree program at an accredited U.S. university with a focus on research. This program includes a tuition grant of $12,000 and a stipend of $34,000 for up to 3 years. Application deadlines vary, but are typically in October.
The Rangel Fellowship seeks to prepare students for careers in Foreign Service. The fellowship supports an annual total amount of $37,500 for up to two years. Eligible students are U.S. citizens with a GPA of 3.2 or higher and willing to commit to 5 years in the State Department’s Foreign Service after graduation. Application deadlines are in September.
The Rhodes Scholarship is a full ride scholarship to study at Oxford University for two years, and includes a stipend. Eligible students are U.S. citizens under 24 years of age who have completed a bachelor’s degree. It is open to all disciplines. Application deadline is in October.
The Truman Scholarship funds the graduate degrees of outstanding students focused on public service, in exchange for work in the public sector for at least 3 years. Eligible students are U.S. citizens or nationals, have community service experience, and have junior/senior standing. Maximum award is $30,000. Application deadline is in February.
Critical Language Scholarship (Summer program)
This scholarship provides an 8-10 week overseas experience studying one of 14 critical languages. Sophomore or higher student must be a U.S. citizen and enrolled at a US university (all levels) during the program. This program covers all costs of overseas visit, excepting passport and medical exam fees.