The U.S. government, non-profit organizations and foundations provide scholarship programs to support students studying and working abroad. These competitive and distinguished opportunities will amplify your global career trajectory.
The Boren Scholarship aims to equip students with skills and experiences in countries deemed critical in terms of national security.
The Churchill Scholarship funds one year of study at Churchill College, Cambridge, in mathematics, biology, biochemistry, physical anthropology, computer speech and language processing, computer science, physics, chemistry or mathematical statistics.
DAAD, or German Academic Exchange Service, provides funding opportunities for research and study in Germany.
The Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Programme in the Humanities funds graduate study in the humanities at the University of Oxford.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for students or recent graduates looking to conduct research projects or teach English as a second language abroad.
Enables exceptional graduate students from outside the United Kingdom to study at the University of Cambridge. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of intellectual ability, leadership capacity, and desire to use knowledge to improve the lives of others.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program allows young professionals to work as assistant language teachers in public and private schools or interpreters/translators throughout Japan.
The Marshall Scholarship funds one to two full years of graduate study leading to a degree in Great Britain. The Marshall Scholarship will support study at any UK university.
The George J. Mitchell Scholarship s a national competitive fellowship sponsored by the US-Ireland Alliance. The Mitchell funds one year of postgraduate study in any discipline offered by institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Peace Corps selects volunteers to provide social and economic development for a period of two years in countries throughout the world.
Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Fellowship Program prepares young people for Foreign Service careers in the Department of State and provides awards for the completion of a two-year master’s program.
Rangel Program seeks to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers as diplomats in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State and provides awards for the completion of a two-year master’s program.
The Rhodes Scholarship funds one to two full years of graduate study leading to a degree in Great Britain.
The Schwarzman Scholarship aims to support the next generation of global leaders in a wide variety of fields with funding for the one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.