Additional opportunities

While the Office of Fellowships supports students through the application process for core fellowships listed on the main page, we can offer limited support for some additional fellowships and opportunities. Those listed below are additional opportunities for which the office can offer limited support. If you are interested in a fellowship that is not included in list of core fellowships or in the additional opportunities below, please email to inquire application support.

  • China-U.S Scholars Program logo
    China-U.S Scholars Program (CUSP)

    The China-U.S. Scholars Program (CUSP) is an exchange fellowship program for China, Hong Kong SAR (China) and U.S. scholars and students in the arts, humanities and social sciences to teach, study or conduct research abroad in China, Hong Kong SAR (China) or the US.

    • Fellowship Deadline: TBD
    • Focus: Art, humanities, and social sciences 
    • Open to: Seniors and recent grads
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange logo
    Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX)

    The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) is a fellowship funded by the German Bundestag and U.S. Department of State, that annually provides 75 American and 75 German young professionals, between the ages of 18½–24, the opportunity to spend one year in each other's countries, studying, interning, and living with hosts on a cultural immersion program.

    • Fellowship Deadline: November 1, 2023
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Any class standing
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen, 18.5-24 years old
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    Cultural Vistas Fellowship

    Cultural Vistas Fellowship is a fully-funded fellowship program affording underrepresented U.S. university students the opportunity to intern for eight weeks with organizations in Argentina, Germany, or Southeast Asia. Strong preference will be given to students historically underrepresented in international exchange. This includes, but is not limited to Pell Grant recipients; veterans; first-generation college students; STEM majors; members of minority communities within the United States; and non-traditional students.

    • Fellowship Deadline: early/mid December
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Junior or senior class standing
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen, 18-30 years old, language skills
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    DAAD German Academic Exchange Service

    DAAD offers several scholarship opportunities for all academic fields and on all academic levels, including: Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) Germany, University Summer Course Grants, Research Grants, Study Scholarships

    • Fellowship Deadline: Varies by award
    • Focus: Study and research in Germany
    • Open to: Undergraduate or graduate
    • Eligibility: Varies by award
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    JET Program (Japan Exchange and Teaching Program)

    The JET Program is a competitive employment opportunity that allows young professionals to live and work in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Being a JET is an opportunity to work and to represent the United States as cultural ambassadors to Japan. Most participants serve as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) and work in public and private schools throughout Japan; some work as Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) as interpreters/translators.

    • Fellowship Deadline: mid-November
    • Focus: Teaching in Japan
    • Open to: Seniors and recent grads
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen
  • Latinx44 Scholarship Program logo
    Latinx44 Scholarship Program

    Created and funded by Obama Alumni, Latinx44 Scholarship Program will award several scholarships to Latinx students to help fund a public service oriented internship in Washington, DC.

    • Fellowship Deadline: early-May
    • Focus: Policy, community engagement, community service, advocacy, or global relations
    • Open to: Undergrad or graduate
    • Eligibility: Identify as Latinx/a/o
  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program logo
    NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)

    The National Science Foundation GRFP aims to ensure the vitality of the human resource based in biological science, technology, engineering, mathematics, physical science, earth science, and social science in the United States and to reinforce its diversity by offering approximately 1,000 graduate fellowships in this competition. The fellowship provides three years of support for graduate study leading to research-based master's or doctoral degrees and is intended for students who are at the early stages of their graduate study.

    • Fellowship Deadline: Mid-October
    • Focus: Science and engineering (STEM) fields
    • Open to: Graduate students
    • Eligibility: US citizen, US national, or permanent resident
  • Rotary Peace Fellowship logo
    Rotary Peace Fellowship

    The Rotary Peace Fellowship supports the Rotary's mission to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace. It is intended for individuals who have chosen a career related to international relations, peace, and conflict resolution; who have work experience in these areas; and who have a commitment to community or international humanitarian service and working for peace. Fellows can earn either a master's degree in international relations, public administration, sustainable development, peace studies, conflict resolution, or a related field, or a professional development certificate in peace and conflict resolution.

    • Fellowship Deadline: May 15
    • Focus: International relations, peace, and conflict resolution
    • Open to: Seniors and recent grads
    • Eligibility: 2.0+ GPA
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    Wayne State University Study Abroad

    The Office of Study Abroad and Global Programs is dedicated to providing all WSU students with high-quality international academic opportunities that allow them to develop knowledge and skills necessary for leadership in an interdependent world. 

    • Deadline: Varies by program
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Undergrad and graduate students
    • Eligibility: Varies by program
  • AICEE Teach Fellowship in Taiwan

    The TEACH Fellowship will be launched in Taiwan in 2023 by the Association of International Cultural and Educational Exchange Taiwan (AICEE). TEACH Fellowship invites American certified teachers to teach mostly in K-12 schools in Taiwan to create an immersed bilingual and cultural learning environment for Taiwanese students and to enhance cultural and educational exchanges between Taiwan and the United States.

    • Deadline: Opens early January; application deadline early March
    • Focus: Teaching English as a Second Language
    • Open to: Bachelor’s degree or higher; teaching license or certificate
    • Eligibility: U.S Citizen
  • Gilman-McCain Scholarship

    The John S. McCain International Scholarship for Military Families (Gilman-McCain Scholarship) provides awards of $5,000 for child and spousal dependents of active or activated United States military personnel during the time of application to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs. Applicants must be recipients of any type of Title IV federal financial aid during the time of application or provide proof that they will be receiving Title IV federal financial aid during their study abroad program or internship.

    • Fellowship Deadline: Thursday, October 5, 2023, at 11:59pm Pacific Time
    • Focus: Study abroad
    • Open to: Undergrad
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen; Dependent (child or spouse) of active or activated U.S. military personnel
  • Humanity in Action

    The Humanity in Action Fellowships explore issues of social justice, human rights, politics of memory and remembrance culture, and civic engagement. They look at the ways in which communities co-exist to create a pluralistic society, and the structural challenges arising from asymmetrical power dynamics. Each Fellowship program is tailored to its location. Fellows are challenged to understand their host city’s unique history of injustice against the background of their own national and local contexts. Fellows learn about the host society’s present struggles to navigate dominant and minoritized cultures and identities, while also being inspired by what collective action based on intersectional solidarity can look like.

    • Fellowship Deadline: TBD
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors; recent graduates; currently enrolled graduate students at U.S.-based universities
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen at U.S. or foreign university; non-U.S. citizen studying at a U.S. university
  • Islamic Scholarship Fund Program

    The Islamic Scholarship Fund Program funds American Muslim scholars studying and working in fields with the greatest impact on public opinion and policy. Scholarships range from $3,000-$10,000. ISF's goal is to improve negative portrayals of Muslims in the news, increase the number of Muslim policymakers, and invest in the creation of positive and engaging stories about American Muslims.

    • Fellowship deadline: March 21, 2024
    • Focus: Fields of law, policy, film, or media
    • Open to: Junior or Senior, or graduate/PhD
    • Eligibility: Muslim or active member of Muslim community; U.S. citizen, green card holder, or DACA recipient
  • Knight-Hennessy Scholars

    Knight-Hennessy Scholars cultivates and supports a multidisciplinary and multicultural community of graduate students from across Stanford University, and delivers engaging experiences that prepare graduates to be visionary, courageous, and collaborative leaders who address complex challenges facing the world.

    • Fellowship Deadline: October 11, 2023, 1:00pm Pacific Time
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Seniors and recent grads
    • Eligibility: See requirements
  • Luce Scholars Program

    The Luce Scholars Program, established in 1974, is a nationally competitive fellowship that offers early-career leaders immersive, professional experiences in Asia. We aim to forge stronger relationships across geographic borders by creating opportunities for young Americans to deepen their ties and understanding of the countries, cultures, and people of Asia.               

    • Fellowship Deadline: October 16, 2023 at 5:00 pm ET
    • Focus: All fields
    • Open to: Graduating seniors, recent graduates, or young professionals (under 32 or older than 32 but received bachelor's degree within past 3 years)
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Nobel Dialogue Scholarship

    Fueled by a common belief that in order to change the world you need to experience it, EF College Study and The Forum on Education Abroad have created, in collaboration with EF's educational partner the Nobel Prize Museum, the Future Nobel Laureates Scholarship Program: a high-impact student program in Stockholm, Sweden. Led by distinguished international faculty leaders, scholarship recipients will tackle global challenges through action learning projects. This prestigious and interdisciplinary program is dedicated to including students from diverse backgrounds, and future leaders from all over the world are invited to apply.

    • Fellowship Deadline: mid-May
    • Focus: Project responding to Nobel prompt
    • Open to: Undergraduate or graduate students
    • Eligibility: Good standing at university
  • Princeton in Asia

    Princeton in Asia (PiA) fellowships emphasize cultural immersion and contributing to host communities. We select Fellows who are committed to furthering the PiA mission of fostering mutual appreciation and cross-cultural understanding between the United States and Asia.

    • Fellowship Deadline: November 1, 2023
    • Focus: Arts and culture, economic development, education, environmental sustainability, public health, sports, STEM, and peace, justice, and access to information.
    • Open to: Seniors and recent grads
    • Eligibility: No restriction based on US citizenship or residency status
  • Public Policy Leadership Conference

    The Public Policy Leadership Conference (PPLC) inspires talented and driven undergraduate students to pursue careers in public policy and become leaders in: Federal, state, or local governments; nongovernmental organizations; nonprofit organizations; intergovernmental organizations; international institutions; and social enterprises. During the PPLC, you will have the chance to learn about what it means to study public policy in a graduate school environment and will have opportunities to connect with current HKS students, faculty, and staff as well as other high-achieving undergraduate students.

    • Fellowship Deadline: Application available in late spring 2024
    • Focus: Public policy
    • Open to: Sophomore, junior, or senior
    • Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA; U.S. citizen, permanent resident, DACA recipient, or non-citizen U.S. national
  • Quad Fellowship

    The Quad Fellowship, an initiative of the governments of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, is a first-of-its-kind fellowship designed to build ties among the next generation of scientists and technologists. It offers an unparalleled blend of financial support, cross-cultural exchange, and networking.

    • Fellowship Deadline: April 1, 2024 at 5pm ET
    • Focus: STEM field
    • Open to: Master's and Doctoral students in STEM
    • Eligibility: Citizens of one of the Quad countries (Australia, India, Japan, or the United States - or any of the 10 ASEAN countries)
  • Tillman Foundation

    Tillman Scholars are military service members, veterans and spouses with a high potential for impact as demonstrated through a proven track record of leadership, the continued pursuit of education and the commitment of their resources to service beyond self. Tillman Scholars are leaders who live selflessly, creating a better world across all industries. Tillman Scholars have served their country and believe their best years of service are ahead of them. They are committed to strengthening communities at home and around the world.

    • Fellowship Deadline: TBD
    • Focus: Leadership
    • Open to: Undergraduate degree seeking or graduate/professional degree
    • Eligibility: Veteran and active duty military service members; spouses of veteran or active service members
  • Trudeau Foundation

    The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation's leadership program aims to empower Scholars to have meaningful impact in their institutions and communities. It does so by equipping Scholars with key leadership skills, instilling in them values crucial for Engaged Leaders, such as engagement with a plurality of perspectives, service to the community, audacity and innovation.

    • Fellowship Deadline: early-December
    • Focus: Related to the humanities or human sciences of direct relevance to the future of Canada
    • Open to: Recently started doctoral students
    • Eligibility: Canadian citizen studying at a Canadian or foreign institution, or a non-Canadian (permanent resident of Canada or foreign national) enrolled in a doctoral program at a Canadian institution
  • Teach For America’s Ignite Fellowship

    Ignite Fellows lead small group virtual learning with the support of a veteran educator. Ignite Fellows work 3-5 hours per week for a semester (13 weeks), while also building relationships, fostering belonging, and accelerating learning in elementary reading or middle school math. Fellows come from all academic majors and are supported by veteran teachers and Teach For America (TFA). You’ll receive dedicated training on how to be an effective tutor from TFA, as well as support tailored to your specific tutoring placement from your school-based veteran educator.

    • Fellowship Deadline: Various fall and winter/spring deadlines
    • Focus: Virtual paid tutoring
    • Open to: All academic majors
    • Eligibility: U.S. citizen, 2.5+ GPA, Bachelor's degree by first day of training