Scholarships by Matriculation

List of Scholarships by Matriculation Year: Senior Students

 

American-Scandinavian Foundation Awards for Study in Scandinavia

Summary:

The ASF offers fellowships (up to $18,000) and grants (normally $3,000) to individuals to pursue research or study in one or more Scandinavian countries for up to one year.  Applicants must be United States citizens or be permanent residents, and have well-defined research or study project that makes a stay in Scandinavia essential.  In addition, applicants must have completed their undergraduate education as priority is given to candidates with dissertation-related study or research.

Campus Deadline for Application:

October 1

Fields of Study:

All

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AT&T Labs Fellowships

Summary:

Fellowships are available to outstanding minority and women students who are U. S. Citizens or Permanent Residents and who are pursuing PhD studies in computer and communications-related fields.  The fellowships and grants are both renewable for up to six years to recipients making satisfactory progress toward their PhD.  Each award provides full tuition and fees, a stipend, a mentor at AT&T Labs, and a summer internship.

Campus Deadline for Application:

December 15

Fields of Study:

Computer Science and Communications

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Robert Bosch Tutor Program

Summary:

For the Promotion of American Language and Area Studies in Germany employs persons who have completed their first higher education degree as tutors (10 months--from mid Sept. to mid July) in the student halls of residence run by local Student work facilities in the new federal regional states.  Accommodation in the halls represents a central element of the program, with tutors arranging conversational groups, area study seminars, language courses, and cultural events for their students. A good knowledge of German is required.

Campus Deadline for Application:

January

Fields of Study:

All

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Carnegie Junior Fellowship

Summary;

This scholarship is available to college seniors or recently graduated college students from the past academic year.  Junior fellows work as research assistants to the Endowment's Senior Associates in such fields as non-proliferation, democracy building, and international economics.  Fellowships begin on July 1 and continue for one year.  Coursework in Economics or Political Studies would be helpful.  Nomination from school required.  Monthly salary. 

Campus Deadline for Application:

January (though, there could be an earlier deadline)

Fields of Study:

Non-proliferation, Democracy Building, and International Economics

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Consortium for Graduate Study in Management

Summary:

U.S. citizens with a bachelor’s degree who are African American, Hispanic American, or Native American and wish to pursue managerial careers in business, government, or nonprofit organizations are invited to apply for a full scholarship to one of the Consortium business schools.

Campus Deadline for Application:

January 15

Fields of Study:

Management

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Coro Program in Public Affairs

Summary:

A nine-month full-time post-graduate fellowship located in major cities throughout the U.S.  Fellowship includes 6 internships in various fields such as government, business, media, political campaigns, labor unions, and non-profits.  Nomination required. BA degree required.  Tuition is $3,500 but financial aid is available.

Campus Deadline for Application:

Early February

Fields of Study:

Government, Business, Media, Political Campaigns, Labor Unions, and Non-Profits

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Davies-Jackson Scholarship

Summary:

Designed especially for students from families with modest economic backgrounds and who are among the first in their families to have graduated from college. It is a two-year, full scholarship to St. John’s College, Cambridge University, which covers all tuition, fees, room and board during term-time, living expenses during summer vacation, and travel to and from England.

Campus Deadline for Application:

November

Fields of Study:

Archaeology, Anthropology, Classics, Economics, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Modern and Medieval Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Social and Political Sciences

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El Pomar Fellowship in Community Service

 

Summary:

Two-year post-bachelor’s program emphasizing leadership development. Fellows serve the Foundation operating programs. In addition, they are thoroughly educated in the nature of the non-profit sector and the role of foundations. Candidates must have some relationship to Colorado---resident, went to college there, immediate family, or present or past residents.

 

Campus Deadline for Application:

February

 

Fields of Study:

Leadership Development and Non-profit

 

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Elie Wiesel

Summary:

An essay contest focusing on particular questions related to Ethics.  Prizes range from $5,000 to $500 per award.  Open to full-time juniors and seniors. All application materials available on the website.

Campus Deadline for Application:

 November 1

 

Fields of Study:

All

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Florida Student of the Year Award

Summary:

This scholarship is designed for sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a GPA of 3.25 or higher who work to pay part of their expenses. 

Campus Deadline for Application:

February

Fields of Study:

All

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Ford Foundation Fellowships

Summary:

The Ford Foundation seeks to enhance minority faculty representation through their fellowships.  To qualify, you must be seeking a PhD or a ScD and be a member of one of the following ethnic groups: Alaskan Natives (Eskimo or Aleut), Black/African Americans, Mexican Americans/Chicanos/Chicanos, Native American Indians, Native Pacific Islanders (Polynesian/Micronesian), or Puerto Ricans.  The award has an annual stipend of $15,500 plus an institutional grant of $8,500 in lieu of tuition and fees. Awards are for three years and can be used at any accredited nonprofit U.S. institution granting PhD or ScD degrees in the fields specified below.

Campus Deadline for Application:

October 1

Fields of Study:

Behavioral or social sciences, humanities, biological sciences, mathematics, physical sciences and engineering

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Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program

Summary:

The Ford Foundation provides support for up to three years of formal graduate study.  Fellows will be selected from countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, and Russia. U.S. nationals are not eligible, although Fellows may study in the United States.  Fellows are chosen on the basis of their leadership potential and commitment to community or national service, as well as for academic excellence. IFP will also support short-term language study and training in research and computer skills prior to graduate enrollment.  All applications must be submitted to IFP office in the country or region where the applicant resides. 

Fields of Study:

All

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Fulbright Grants

Summary:

The Fulbright program was instituted in 1946 to increase awareness between the people of the United States and other countries.  Grants are made to citizens of participating countries primarily for university teaching, advanced research, graduate study, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools.  Post-baccalaureate and post-doctoral fellowships are available.  Applicants should be proficient in the language of the country they wish to study in, possess a high GPA, and have independent research.  Recipients receive round-trip travel, tuition, living expenses, books, and a language orientation course when necessary for up to one year.

Campus Deadline for Application:

August 31

 

Fields of Study:

All

 

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Gates Cambridge Scholarships

Summary:

Designed for scholars of outstanding academic merit and leadership who are committed to serving their communities, and who gain admission to the University of Cambridge to pursue courses of study as follows: second bachelor’s degree as an affiliated student; one-year postgraduate course; research leading to the degree of PhD.

Campus Deadline for Application:

November 1, for graduate students

March 31, for one-year post grad course of study (though some programs are as early as January)

April, Ph.D. candidates

Fields of Study:

All

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GEM Fellowships

 

Summary:

The National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Science and Engineering, Inc., offers three types of fellowships for minorities pursuing graduate degrees in science and engineering related fields.

The first type of award is the MS Engineering Fellowship Program. Applications are accepted from students as early as their junior year in college.  Fellows are provided a practical engineering summer work experience through an employer sponsor and a portable academic year fellowship of tuition, fees, and a stipend, which may be used at any participating GEM Member University where the GEM Fellow is admitted.

The second type of award is the Ph.D. Engineering Fellowship Program.  This award offers doctoral fellowships to minority students who have either completed or are currently enrolled in a master’s in engineering program.  During the first academic year of doctoral study, the GEM Consortium pays the stipend and a cost of instruction grant to the institution where the fellow is enrolled. Thereafter, the total fellowship cost is borne by the enrolling university.  Fellows are provided a practical summer work experience through the Employer Member for at least one summer.

The third type of award is the Ph.D. in Science Fellowship Program.  This award offers doctoral fellowships to minority students who pursue doctoral degrees in the natural science disciplines -- chemistry, physics, earth sciences, mathematics, biological sciences, and computer science.  Applicants to this program are accepted as early as their junior undergraduate year.  This fellowship is administered identically to the PhD Engineering Fellowship.

 

 

Campus Deadline:

September 1

 

Fields of Study:

Natural Sciences and Engineering

 

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Getty Graduate Internships at the Getty Center

Summary:

Scholarships are offered to currently enroll graduate students who intend to pursue careers in art museums and related fields of visual arts, humanities, and sciences.  Internships are full-time and offer stipends ranging from $17, 296 for 8 months to $25,000 for 12 months.

Campus Deadline for Application:

Early January

Fields of Study:

Art Museums and related fields of Visual Arts, Humanities, and Sciences.