Finding a fellowship that works for you will require careful thought about the purpose of each award and reflection of how it aligns with your goals. The Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising is available to assist candidates in reviewing awards, determining eligibility and preparing a competitive application.
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Find Your Fellowship
Below, you will find a selection of awards for your consideration. If you are interested in an award that is not listed below, please feel free to contact our office directly to discuss further.
An exchange program for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs ranging in length from 3 months to 1 year and taking place in one of 146 participating countries. More information.An exchange program for undergraduates of all majors supporting internships (summer) or study in Germany (no language requirement). More information on DAAD and DAAD-Rise.
?A short-term interdisciplinary summer fellowship completed either in the US (Detroit or Atlanta) or abroad (Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, the Netherlands, Poland, Turkey, and Ukraine) focused on topics of discrimination and diversity. More information.
A scholarship awarded to natural science and psychology sophomore/junior applicants who intend to pursue a career in research. More information
Please be aware that some fellowships will require a university endorsement, meaning a candidate is unable to submit an application entirely on their own. The application process for these awards is particularly time sensitive and will require several months (typically six months or more) advance notice to obtain an endorsement.