Once you have found some fellowships you want to apply to, you will need to allow for plenty of time since applying takes many steps. Each application process is different. Our advisers are here to support you every step of the way.
Use this worksheet as a way to reflect on your story, your interests, and your achievements when applying for fellowships and other programs.
There are many steps to applying for fellowships
Fellowships offer many unique opportunities for Columbia alumni/ae.
Although many of the fellowships listed on our database are limited to students with U.S. citizenship, opportunities are out there for everyone.
Most fellowship applications include a personal statement.
The research proposal is a clear account of the research you plan to take on with the support of the fellowship.
Fellowship applications usually include a document where you provide a complete record of your academic achievements.
Letters of recommendations are a crucial component in all fellowship applications. They provide unique insights into character that are not apparent in other parts of your application.
Many fellowship competition include in-person interviews in the final stage. Interviews allow selection committees to learn more about candidates' interests, abilities, and future plans.