Seeking exciting research, internship, and study abroad opportunities for students in science, technology, engineering or math? Check out this list of some of the most sought-after programs.
Do you plan to dedicate your career to pressing social, environmental, or international issues? These scholarship and fellowship opportunities are designed to help you launch your career in public policy or international affairs.
Are you trying to master a foreign language? Would you love to explore another part of the world and gain crucial cultural skills? These scholarships fund studies abroad and intensive language programs.
The British Council administers or provides contact information for a variety of programs.
The Institute of Historical Research administers a number of scholarships for research in the humanities in the U.K.
IIE administers over 250 programs on behalf of sponsors that include the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, foundations, corporations, government agencies, international organizations, and development assistance agencies in the U.S. and abroad.
Agency which promotes scholarship, education, and research programs in the social sciences, chemistry, computers, engineering, geosciences, math, physics, psychology, and other related fields. These funds may often be used abroad.
The Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship is available to U.S. citizens who are in the junior year of undergraduate study with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2. Qualified applicants demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and academic achievement in programs relevant to the work of the U.S. Department of State, such as international affairs, management, communications, history, political science, economics, and foreign languages. Demonstrated financial need is also a factor for this $50,000 award.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is the home of multiple programs, including educational exchanges