How to Find a Fellowship
Start by considering your goals for applying. Are you looking for funding to support study abroad or a research project? Are you considering postgraduate degrees in the U.S. or abroad? Are you trying to deepen your commitment to public service and get involved in a community of like-minded people?
As an international student, the process for finding scholarships can take time and effort. Many fellowships are only for people with U.S. citizenship. You can search the database by eligibility requirements. You might also try checking for fellowships through your home country’s consulate and embassy in the U.S. Please plan to talk with URF advisers for more guidance.
Fellowships offer many unique opportunities for alumni. You should first consider your motivation and goals in considering fellowships. Are you interested in enhancing your language skills for graduate school or a job? Are you looking to continue the research that you began during as a student? Has your current job sparked an interest in exploring new disciplines or parts of the world? URF advisers are here to talk about your options with you and provide support through the application process.