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									       Fellowship                       Link                     Category               Broad
                                                                                      Categories
Alberta Heritage             http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/s Canadian students       International Studies
Scholarship Fund: Sir        cholarships
James Lougheed Awards
of Distinction

Alexander von Humboldt       http://www.humboldt-         Germany, government, International Studies
Foundation: German           foundation.de/en/program     social and policy
Chancellor Scholarships      me/index.htm                 sciences, law,
                                                          journalism,
                                                          communications,
                                                          management, finance,
                                                          economics, architecture,
                                                          public service,
                                                          humanities, arts,
                                                          environmental affairs

American Council on          http://www.acgusa.org/abo Germany, public policy,   International Studies
Germany: Dr. Guido           ut2.php?pagename=Fellow government, travel
Goldman Fellowship           ships




American Council on      http://www.acgusa.org/abo public policy,                International Studies
Germany: Richard M. Hunt ut2.php?pagename=Fellow government, Germany,
Fellowship for the Study ships                     travel
of German Politics,
Society, and Culture.

American Institute of        http://www.indiastudies.org India, dissertation,    International Studies
Indian Studies (AIIS):       /                           research
Junior Research
Fellowship




American Research           http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/ Turkey, languages         International Studies
Institute in Turkey , ARIT- ARIT/
AATT Princeton University
Program: Fellowships for
Intensive Advanced
Turkish Language Study in
Istanbul, Turkey

American Research          http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/ Turkey, archeology,        International Studies
Institute in Turkey, Kenan ARIT/                      architecture, history of
T. Erim Fellowship for                                art, research
Reserach at Aphrodisias
American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/W Greece, archeology,        International Studies
Classical Studies at      iener/Fellowship.htm      physical anthropology,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                              dissertation
Laboratory: J. Lawrence
Angel Fellowship in
Human Skeletal Studies

American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 biology, geology,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                               research
Laboratory: Research
Associateships
American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archaeology,       International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 archaeobotanical
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                               studies, study of seeds,
Laboratory: Research                                 charcoal, phytoliths,
Fellowship in                                        pollen, research,
Environmental Studies                                environmental studies,
                                                     dissertation, postdoctoral

American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 biological sciences,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                               faunal remains,
Laboratory: Research                                 dissertation,
Fellowship in Faunal                                 postdoctoral.
Studies
American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 geology, soil sciences,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                               dissertation,
Laboratory: Research                                 postdoctoral.
Fellowship in
Geoarchaeology


American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, law, research     International Studies
Classical Studies at
Athens (ASCSA): Harry
Bikakis Fellowship
American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archaeology, art International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 history, architecture,
Athens (ASCSA): NEH                                  classical studies,
Fellowships                                          anthropology, prehistory,
                                                     post-classical Greek,
                                                     Mediterranean.

American School of        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, Classical         International Studies
Classical Studies at                                 studies, ancient
Athens (ASCSA): Regular                              Mediterranean studies,
Member Fellowships                                   research
American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, history of art    International Studies
Classical Studies at
Athens (ASCSA): Samuel
H. Kress Fellowship

American-Scandinavian        http://www.amscan.org/     Scandanavians             International Studies
Foundation: Awards for
Scandinavians



American-Scandinavian        http://www.amscan.org/     Iceland, Norway,          International Studies
Foundation: Awards for                                  Sweden, Finland,
Study in Scandinavia                                    Denmark, research

Archaeological Institute of http://www.archaeological. archaeology, classics,     International Studies
America: Olivia James       org/                       sculpture, architecture,
Traveling Fellowship                                   history, travel,
                                                       dissertation, postdoctoral

Archaeological Institute of http://www.archaeological. Italy, Mediterranean,      International Studies
America: Woodruff           org/                       dissertation, archaeology
Traveling Fellowship
Association for Canadian http://www.acsus.org/         Canada, Canadian           International Studies
Studies in the United                                  studies, political science
States (ACSUS): Thomas
O. Enders Fellowship

Belgian American             http://www.baef.be/        Belgium                   International Studies
Educational Foundation:
Graduate Fellowships for
Study in Belgium

Brookings Institution:       http://www.brook.edu/admi dissertation, foreign      International Studies
Research Fellowships in      n/fellowships.htm         policy, security policy,
Foreign Policy Studies                                 international economic
                                                       issues, East Asia, the
                                                       Commonwealth of
                                                       Independent States,
                                                       Eastern Europe,
                                                       Germany, the Middle
                                                       East, Africa, Latin
                                                       America.
Canadian Academic            http://www.humanities.mc Greece, Canada,             International Studies
Institute: Homer and         master.ca/                research
Dorothy Thompson
Fellowship
Canadian Studies Grant      http://geo.international.gc.c   dissertation, social    International Studies
Programs: Graduate          a/can-                          sciences, humanities,
Student Fellowship          am/washington/menu-             bilateral trade,
Program                     en.asp?lang_update=1            economics, Canada-U.S.
                                                            border issues, cultural
                                                            policy and values,
                                                            environmental studies,
                                                            natural resources,
                                                            energy issues, security
                                                            cooperation.

Canadian Studies Grant   http://geo.international.gc.c postdoctoral, social    International Studies
Programs: Research Grant a/can-                        sciences, humanities,
Program                  am/washington/menu-           bilateral trade,
                         en.asp                        economics, Canada-U.S.
                                                       border issues, cultural
                                                       policy and values,
                                                       environmental studies,
                                                       natural resources,
                                                       energy issues, security
                                                       cooperation.

CDS International: Alfa     http://www.cdsintl.org/         management,                International Studies
Fellowship Program                                          commerce, finance,
                                                            natural sciences,
                                                            engineering, architecture,
                                                            math, communications ,
                                                            agriculture, arts, culture

Civic Education Project     http://civiceducationproject. Eastern Europe,             International Studies
(CEP): Eastern Scholars     org/fellowships/              economics, education,
Program                                                   gender studies, history,
                                                          international relations,
                                                          journalism, law, library
                                                          science, political science,
                                                          public administration,
                                                          sociology.

Civic Education Project     http://civiceducationproject. Eastern Europe,             International Studies
(CEP): Visiting Lecturer    org/fellowships/              economics, education,
Program                                                   gender studies, history,
                                                          international relations,
                                                          journalism, law, library
                                                          science, political science,
                                                          public administration,
                                                          sociology.
Columbia University:         http://www.columbia.edu/c travel, Europe, cultural     International Studies
Council for European         u/ces/awards/fellowship_a anthropology, history,
Studies - Pre-Dissertation   pp.pdf                    political science,
Fellowships                                            sociology.


DAAD (German Academic        http://www.aicgs.org/fellow Germany, globalization, International Studies
Exchange Service) & the      s/opps/daad.aspx            German and American
American Institute for                                   economies, Germany in
Contemporary German                                      Europe, security, foreign
Studies (AICGS):                                         policy, culture, politics;
DAAD/AICGS Research                                      transnational issues,
Fellowships                                              German-American
                                                         cooperation
DAAD (German Academic        http://www.daad.org/        Germany, summer,           International Studies
Exchange Service):                                       languages
Summer Language
Courses at Goethe-
Institutes in Germany


Economic and Social      http://fellowships.ssrc.org/e social sciences,             International Studies
Research Council (ESRC) src/                           economics, Engand,
and the Social Science                                 travel
Research Council (SSRC):
Collaborative Visiting
Fellowship




Embassy of France in the http://www.france-        France, science,        International Studies
United States:           science.org/chateaubriand technology,
Chateaubriand Fellowship _2005/index.htm           mathematics,
                                                   engineering, biology,
                                                   medicine, environmental
                                                   sciences, travel.

Flemish Community:           http://www.diplobel.us/     Belgium, travel            International Studies
Graduate Fellowships
Fondation des Etats-Unis: http://www.feusa.org/            France, travel, fine arts,   International Studies
Harriet Hale Woolley                                       music, painting, graphic
Scholarship                                                design, print making,
                                                           sculpture, instrumental
                                                           music, vocal music

Foreign Language & Area East Asia Program:                 Africa, East Asia, Latin     International Studies
Studies Fellowship (FLAS) http://www.einaudi.cornell.      America, South Asia,
                          edu/eastasia/fundingopps/.       Southeast Asia, the
                          Institute for African            Institute for European
                          Development:                     Studies, languages,
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.      travel
                          edu/Africa/funding/,
                          Institute for European
                          Studies:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.
                          edu/europe/funding/gradua
                          te.asp. Latin American
                          Studies Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.
                          edu/LatinAmerica/funding/
                          South Asia Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.
                          edu/SouthAsia/funding/.
                          Southeast Asia Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.
                          edu/southeastasia/funding/
                          flas/
Fulbright Fellowship for  http://us.fulbrightonline.org/   international, travel        International Studies
International Study       thinking_type.html




Fulbright Program, U.S.   http://www.iie.org/Templat travel, research                   International Studies
Department of State:      e.cfm?section=Fulbright1
Grants for Graduate Study
& Research Abroad
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral       http://www.ed.gov/program modern foreign            International Studies
Dissertation Research         s/iegpsddrap/index.html   language, dissertation,
Abroad Program                                          languages, research




Garden Club of America        http://www.gcamerica.org/s Rome, Italy, landscape   International Studies
(GCA) & American              cholarship/rome.html       architecture
Academy in Rome: Rome
Prize Fellowship in
Landscape Architecture

Garden Club of America        http://www.gcamerica.org/ horticulture, botany,     International Studies
(GCA) & Institute of                                    landscape architecture,
Horticulture in the British                             environmental studies,
Isles: Martin McLaren                                   Great Britain, travel
Scholarship




Harvard University Center http://www.itatti.it/          Italy, travel,           International Studies
for Italian Renaissance                                  Renassiance, social
Studies: Villa I Tatti                                   sciences, humanities
Fellowships


Hebrew University of          http://overseas.huji.ac.il/ne Hebrew, Jerusalem,    International Studies
Jerusalem: OAA Merit          wly.asp?cat=452&in= travel
Scholarship                   0
Hosei University: Hosei     http://www.hosei.ac.jp/ic/   Japan, travel,              International Studies
International Fund (HIF)                                 humanities, social
                                                         sciences, natural
                                                         sciences, engineering


ICCS : Scholarship for a    http://www.iccs-         Canada, travel,           International Studies
Graduate Student            ciec.ca/pages/4_ICCSprog Canadian studies, thesis,
Thesis/Dissertation         s/a_gradstu.html         dissertation, humanities,
                                                     social sciences

ICCS-NCC: Canadian          http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/     Canada, postdoctoral,       International Studies
Studies Academic                                         Canadian studies,
Internship Program


ICCS-NCC: National          http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/     Canada, travel,             International Studies
Capital Research                                         Canadian studies,
Scholarship                                              humanities, social
                                                         sciences


IGERT Program in            http://www.vespucci.org/     travel, Italy, geography,   International Studies
Geographic Information                                   geographic information
Science at the University                                science
at Buffalo: Vespucci
Summer Institute in
Geographic Information
Science




Institute for Advanced    http://www.ias.edu/            Greek and Roman              International Studies
Study: Mellon Fellowships                                civilization, the history of
for Assistant Professors.                                Europe, Islamic culture,
                                                         East Asian studies, the
                                                         history of modern
                                                         international relations,
                                                         history of art,
                                                         postdoctoral
International Foundation http://www.ifs.se/               peace studies,            International Studies
for Science (IFS) and the                                 agricultural development,
United Nations University                                 Sub-Saharan African
Institute of Advanced                                     students
Studies (UNU/IAS):
Agriculture for Peace
Fellowship
International Institute for http://www.iiasa.ac.at/       economics, risk analysis, International Studies
Applied Systems Analysis                                  atmospheric science,
(IIASA): Young Scientists                                 earth sciences, global
Summer Program                                            change studies, applied
                                                          mathematics, statistics,
                                                          systems analysis,
                                                          environmental policy,
                                                          environmental
                                                          engineering, forestry,
                                                          remote sensing,
                                                          geography, physics,
                                                          chemistry, ecology,
                                                          international law, energy
                                                          studies, water resources,
                                                          political science


International Research &     http://www.irex.org/progra   humanities, social       International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):      ms/iaro/index.asp            sciences, public policy,
Individual Advanced                                       research, Europe, travel
Research Opportunities
International Research &     http://www.irex.org/         Mongolia, humanities,      International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                   social sciences, Africa,
Research Fellowships in                                   travel
the Social Sciences and
Humanities for American
Scholars
International Research &     http://www.irex.org/         Mongolian students,        International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                   humanities, social
Research Fellowships in                                   sciences, travel
the Social Sciences and
Humanities for Mongolian
Scholars
International Research &   http://www.irex.org/         humanities, social       International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                 sciences, postdoctoral,
Short-Term Travel Grants                                Albania, Armenia,
                                                        Azerbaijan, Belarus,
                                                        Bosnia-Herzegovina,
                                                        Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech
                                                        Republic, Estonia,
                                                        Federal Republic of
                                                        Yugoslavia, Georgia,
                                                        Hungary, Iran,
                                                        Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
                                                        Latvia, Lithuania,
                                                        Macedonia, Moldova,
                                                        Poland, Romania,
                                                        Russian Federation,
                                                        Slovakia, Slovenia,
                                                        Tajikistan, Turkey,
                                                        Turkmenistan,
                                                        Ukraine,Uzbekistan
Iranian Studies Group at   http://web.mit.edu/isg/thesi business administration, International Studies
MIT (ISG) and the Sharif   sawards.htm                  management, civil
University of Technology                                society, NGO
Association (SUTA):                                     management, disaster
Outstanding Graduate                                    management,
Thesis Award                                            economics, education,
                                                        international relations,
                                                        public health, regional
                                                        development,
                                                        sustainable
                                                        development,
                                                        environment, womens
                                                        studies.

Japan Foundation:          http://www.jfny.org/applicat Japan, humanities, social International Studies
Fellowship for Doctoral    ions.html                    sciences, travel
Candidate
Japan Science and           http://www.jst.go.jp/EN/     sciences, technology,      International Studies
Technology Cooperation                                   Japanese
Science and Technology
Agency (JSTSTA)
Postdoctoral Fellowships




Japan Society for the    http://www.jspsusa.org/fell humanities, social             International Studies
Promotion of Science     owship.html                 sciences, natural
(JSPS): Postdoctoral                                 sciences, engineering,
Fellowships (Short-term)                             medicine, Japan, travel,
for American Researchers                             postdoctoral


Japan Society for the       http://www.jspsusa.org/fell humanities, social          International Studies
Promotion of Science        owship.html                 sciences, natural
(JSPS): Postdoctoral                                    sciences, engineering,
Fellowships for Foreign                                 medicine, Japan, travel,
Researchers (General)                                   postdoctoral


KCC Japan Education      http://www.kccjee.org/fello Japan, education               International Studies
Exchange Graduate        wships.htm
Fellowships Program: For
Graduate Study in Japan


Korea Foundation:           http://www.international.ucl fine arts, architecture,   International Studies
Fellowship for Field        a.edu/funding/article.asp?p humanities, social
Research                    arentid=17353                sciences, dissertation,
                                                         research, Korea, travel
Kosciuszko Foundation       http://www.kosciuszkofoun Poland, travel                International Studies
and Polish Ministry of      dation.org/
National Education:
Graduate/Postgraduate
Studies and Research in
Poland Program
Kosciuszko Foundation:      http://www.kosciuszkofoun Polish students               International Studies
Fellowships and Grants      dation.org/
for Polish Citizens
Kosciuszko Foundation:      http://www.kosciuszkofoun Poland, Polish students         International Studies
Tuition Scholarship         dation.org/
Program for Americans


Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/index.ht Isreal, travel research   International Studies
Trust, Hebrew University:   mlb
Graduate Fellowships



Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/index.ht postdoctoral, Isreal,     International Studies
Trust, Hebrew University:   mlb                             travel, research
Postdoctoral Fellowships




Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/upload/in postdoctoral, Isreal,    International Studies
Trust, The Technion:        fo/infoTech.html                 travel
Postdoctoral Fellowships

Lemmermann Foundation: http://lemmermann.nexus.i classics, literature,                International Studies
Scholarship Awards     t/                        archaeology, history of
                                                 art, Italy, travel


Metropolitan Museum of      http://www.metmuseum.or art history, archealogy,    International Studies
Art (MMA): The Bothmer      g/education/fellowship.html fine arts, Greece, Rome
Fellowship


Mexico-North Research       http://www.mexnor.org/         US-Mexican                 International Studies
Network:                                                   transnationalism
Transnationalism
Fellowship Program


NSF/NIH/U.S. Department     http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/sti science, engineering,         International Studies
of Agriculture: Summer      s1996/nsf96151/nsf96151. biomedical sciences,
Institute in Japan and in   pdf                         agricultural sciences,
Korea                                                   summer


Office of Educational       http://www.international.unt   computer science         International Studies
Affairs, Royal Thai         .edu/offices/main/students/    (telecommunication),
Embassy: Revenue            scholarships/intl/scholarshi   law, economics, finance,
Department Scholarships     p/view/31                      business administration
for Thai Students
Open Society Institute &  http://www.soros.org/initiati business administration, International Studies
U.S. Department of State, ves/scholarship               economics, education,
Bureau of Educational and                               environmental
Cultural Affairs (ECA):                                 management and policy,
Edmund S.                                               international affairs,
Muskie/Freedom Support                                  journalism and mass
Act Graduate Fellowship                                 communications, law,
Program                                                 library and information
                                                        science, public
                                                        administration, public
                                                        health, public policy,
                                                        foreign students

Open Society Institute,      http://www.soros.org/initiati humanities, social       International Studies
Network Scholarship          ves/scholarship               sciences, foreign
Programs: Global                                           students.
Supplementary Grant
Program



Phi Beta Kappa: Walter J.    http://staging.pbk.org/AM/T France, language,          International Studies
Jensen Fellowship for        emplate.cfm?Section=Jens literature, culture, travel
French Language,             en_Fellowship&Template=/
Literature, and Culture      CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&Co
                             ntentID=2176


Robert Bosch Foundation http://www.cdsintl.org/from business administration, International Studies
Fellowship Program      usa/bosch.htm               economics, public affairs,
                                                    public policy, political
                                                    science, law, journalism,
                                                    mass communications


Rotary Foundation of         http://www.rotary.org/       travel                    International Studies
Rotary International:
Rotary Foundation
Ambassadorial
Scholarships

Saint Andrew's Society of    http://www.standrewsny.or New York, Scotland,          International Studies
the State of New York:       g/                        travel
Scholarship for Graduate
Study in Scotland
Scientific Award 2007 of     http://ard.huji.ac.il/huard/pa research                 International Studies
the BMW Group.               geExecuter.jsp?ardNum=4
                             93




Smithsonian Tropical         http://stri.org/english/resea tropical biology, ecology, International Studies
Research Institute (STRI)    rch/                          behavior, evolution of
(Smithsonian Institution):                                 terrestrial, marine plants,
Short-term Fellowships                                     animals




Smithsonian Tropical         http://www.stri.org/english/ ecology, evolution,        International Studies
Research Institute (STRI)    education_fellowships/fello behavior of tropical
(Smithsonian Institution):   wships/tupper.php            organisms
Three-year Tupper
Postdoctoral Fellowship in
Tropical Biology
Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         Japan, travel,            International Studies
Council (SSRC) and the                                    postdoctoral, humanities,
Japan Foundation: Japan                                   social sciences
Program - Postdoctoral
Fellowships



Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         social sciences,           International Studies
Council (SSRC): Japan                                     humanities, Japan
Studies Dissertation
Workshop.


Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         sociology, regional        International Studies
Council, (SSRC) : Eurasia                                 science, science,
Program Advanced                                          technology, social
Training and Dissertation                                 sciences, humanities,
Grants                                                    dissertation, Eastern
                                                          Europe
Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/        German studies,           International Studies
Council, (SSRC): Berlin                                  economics,
Program for Advanced                                     anthropology, political
German and European                                      science, sociology,
Studies                                                  history, social science,
                                                         cultural studies, Europe,
                                                         humanities




Social Sciences and          http://www.ssrc.org/        social sciences,          International Studies
Humanities Research                                      humanties, Canadian
Council of Canada                                        students
(SSHRC): Doctoral
Fellowships
Solomon R. Guggenheim        http://www.guggenheim.or arts administration, art     International Studies
Museum: Peggy                g/education/get_involved.s history, conservation,
Guggenheim Studentship       html                       education, film and
Program in Venice, Italy                                media studies, museum
                                                        studies, public affairs,
                                                        education, finance,
                                                        museum planning,
                                                        photography, Italy, travel

Solomon R. Guggenheim        http://www.guggenheim.or arts administration, art     International Studies
Museum: Peggy                g/education/get_involved.s history, conservation,
Guggenheim Studentship       html                       education, film and
Program in Venice, Italy                                media studies, museum
                                                        studies, public affairs,
                                                        education, finance,
                                                        museum planning,
                                                        photography, Italy, travel

Stanford University Center http://cisac.stanford.edu/    social sciences,           International Studies
for International Security                               engineering, dissertation,
and Cooperation (CISAC):                                 international studies
Predoctoral Fellowship
Program

Stanford University:      http://shc.stanford.edu/       humanities, African       International Studies
Rockefeller Junior                                       American studies.
Fellowship in Black
Performing Arts
Swedish Information       http://www.swedenabroad.       politics, public         International Studies
Service: Scholarships for com/Start____7928.aspx         administration, working
Study in Sweden/                                         life, human environment,
Bicentennial Swedish-                                    mass media, business
American Exchange Fund                                   and industry, education,
                                                         culture, Sweden, travel
Thomas O. Enders             http://www.acsus.org/displ Canadian studies            International Studies
Fellowship                   ay.cfm?id=274&Sub=307




Thomas R. Pickering          http://www.woodrow.org/pu foreign affairs, ethnic      International Studies
Graduate Foreign Affairs     blic-policy/graduate.php  monorities, international
Scholarship                                            affairs, public policy,
                                                       public administration,
                                                       Masters




United States Institute of   http://www.usip.org/fellows/ dissertation, humanities, International Studies
Peace (USIP): Jennings                                    social sciences, political
Randolph Peace Scholar                                    science, history,
Dissertation Fellowships                                  sociology, economics,
                                                          anthropology,
                                                          psychology, conflict
                                                          resolution
Winston Churchill        http://www.winstonchurchill anatomy, biochemistry, International Studies
Foundation Scholarship   foundation.org/             biological anthropology,
                                                     chemical engineering,
                                                     chemistry, computer
                                                     science, computer
                                                     speech, language
                                                     processing, engineering,
                                                     environment,
                                                     development,
                                                     epidemiology, genetics,
                                                     mathematics,
                                                     mathematical statistics,
                                                     metallurgy, materials
                                                     science, travel, United
                                                     Kingdom
                        Description

Annual award to recognize academic excellence and provide
Albertans with the opportunity for advanced study at
institutions outside of the province.


Annual award to foster and to maintain a close relationship
between the U.S. and Germany by providing young scholars
and practicing professionals the opportunity to obtain
substantial professional and personal knowledge of
Germany.




The American Council on Germany's Dr. Guido Goldman
Fellowship is intended to help analysts better understand
Germany and to foster the study of European economic and
international affairs.


The American Council on Germany's Dr. Richard M. Hunt
Fellowship is intended to promote the cooperative study of
Germany.



Annual award to support the advancement and
understanding of India, its people, and its culture by allowing
doctoral candidates to pursue their dissertation research in
India.




Summer award for participation in advanced Turkish
language at Bogazici University in Istanbul. This intensive
program offers the equivalent of one full academic year of
study in Turkish at the college level.




To support excavation and research in art history and
archaeology at the site of Aphrodisas.
Annual award to allow doctoral candidates and postdoctoral
scholars with well-defined projects, working either alone or in
collaboration with local research institutions, to study human
skeletal remains from archaeological contexts in Greece.
The fellowship is for one academic year, beginning in
September. Projects should be planned for completion
during this time.
Annual program to accommodate qualified scholars wishing
to undertake limited investigations at Wiener Laboratory,
Athens, Greece.


Annual award to support doctoral candidates who are writing
dissertations and postdoctoral scholars pursuing well-defined
research projects, either alone or in collaboration with local
research institutions, in environmental studies from
archaeological contexts in Greece.



Annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars with well-defined projects, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research
institutions, to study faunal remains from archaeological
contexts in Greece.

Annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars with well-defined projects, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research
institutions, to address significant archaeological questions in
areas of study which may include quarried stone, lithics,
building materials, ceramics, soil, and sediment studies. The
fellowship period is one academic year, beginning in
September.
Award of support to a graduate student attending a North
American institution, whose research subject is ancient
Greek law. Awarded periodically.

Annual program to provide support for scholars and
professionals for classical and ancient Mediterranean studies
and related fields.




Annual program to provide financial support for graduate
students in classics and ancient Mediterranean studies to
spend one academic year at the ASCSA.
Annual award to enable doctoral candidates to conduct
research in Greece and Israel in the course of one academic
year, in order to foster a better understanding of the
interrelationships between the cultures, languages, literature,
and history of the Aegean and the Near East.
Annual awards to support Scandinavians undertaking study
or research, usually at the graduate level, in the United
States.



Annual awards to allow individuals to pursue research or
study in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and/or Denmark
for a period of up to one year. Funds cover travel, tuition,
fees, and materials.
Annual award to support academic year of travel and study in
Greece, the Aegean Islands, Sicily, southern Italy, Asia Minor
or Mesopotamia.


Annual award for the support of dissertation archaeological
research in Italy (outside of Sicily and Magna Graecia) and
the Western Mediterranean.
Annual award to support research on some aspect of
Canadian studies or Canada-U.S. relations. The fellowship
allows a U.S. scholar to spend an academic year at a
Canadian institution.

Annual award to support advanced study at a Belgian
university for one year.



Annual fellowship for doctoral candidates whose dissertation
topics are directly related to public policy issues and thus to
the major interests of the Institution, and whose research will
benefit from access to the data, opportunities for
interviewing, and consultation with senior staff members
afforded by the Institution and residence in DC.




Annual award to invite Canadian graduate students or
postdoctoral scholars to the Canadian Academic Institute in
Athens, Greece for the academic year starting from 1
September through 31 May for study and research.
Annual award to offer graduate students an opportunity to
conduct part of their doctoral research in Canada, with a view
to contributing to a better knowledge and understanding of
Canada and its relationship with the U.S. and/or other
countries. Funds are provided to help defray direct costs of
conducting research in Canada, such as lodging, travel,
meals, and photocopying.




Annual award to promote research in the social sciences and
humanities with a view to augmenting the understanding of
Canada and its relationship with the U.S. and other countries.
The program is Intended to assist individual scholars in
writing publishable article-length manuscripts.




To allow promising young American proffesionals to develop
networks with Russian professionals and to foster greater
U.S./Russian relations.




Annual program to place faculty and advanced graduate
students currently studying in America in social science
departments in their home countries of Eastern and Central
Europe and the former Soviet Union for a year of teaching
and program development.




Annual program to place faculty and advanced graduate
students in social science departments in Eastern and
Central Europe and the former Soviet Union for a year of
teaching and program development.
Annual program to enable graduate students to pursue short-
term, exploratory research in Europe in order to determine
the viability and to better define the scope of their proposed
dissertation.


Annual award program to bring scholars and specialists
working on Germany, Europe, and /or transatlantic relations
to AICGS in Washington, D.C. for stays of 1 to 4 months.




Annual program of scholarships for graduate students to
attend intensive eight-week language courses at one of the
Goethe-Institutes in Germany.




The ESRC and the SSRC have a common mission of
promoting, funding, and disseminating important and socially
useful knowledge in the social sciences. This is the third
round of a pilot scheme designed to encourage
communication and cooperation between social scientists in
Great Britain and the United States and Canada, and to
explore and develop possibilities for future exchanges to be
organized by the ESRC and the SSRC. Fellowship for U.S.
and Canadian scholars to visit and engage in collaborative
activities with members of ESRC-supported projects in
Britain, or for British scholars at ESRC-supported projects to
visit collaborators in the U.S. or Canada.

Annual award to enable doctoral candidates and young
scientists in the U.S. to conduct research in France at a
university, school of engineering, or a public or private
laboratory for periods of 6 to 12 months.



Annual program to support students with a record of
academic excellence who want to study in Flanders for an
entire academic year.
Annual scholarship to support the study of visual, fine arts
and music in Paris at the Fondation des Etats-Unis while
enrolled in a recognized French school or music
conservatory.


Annual program to support graduate students pursuing
advanced training to acquire a high level of competence in
one or more languages critical to the national needs of the
U.S. and to give a broader understanding of areas, regions,
and countries in which the language is commonly used.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, International
Education and Graduate Programs, through Cornell's area
studies programs.




At a minimum, Fulbright grants provide funds for international
transportation, a living stipend, a small book/research
allowance, and medical insurance. Some countries will also
provide tuition assistance, a small dependent’s allowance, a
pre-departure or in-country orientation, or other grant
enhancements.




Annual awards to foster mutual understanding among
nations through educational and cultural exchange. The
program supports research and study by U.S. citizens at
foreign universities and institutes, generally for a period of
one academic year.
Annual program to support doctoral candidates conducting
research focused on modern foreign languages and area
studies in Africa, East Asia, Southeast Asia or the Pacific,
South Asia, the Near East, East Central Europe or Eurasia,
or the Western Hemisphere (Canada, Central or South
America, Mexico or the Caribbean).

Annual program to provide an individual who holds a degree
in landscape architecture with the special opportunity for
independent study at the American Academy in Rome.



Annual award to foster British-American relations through the
interchange of scholars in horticulture, botany, landscape
architecture, and related fields. The McLaren Scholarship
allows an American student to undertake a one-year
work/study program in Great Britain. (The Interchange
Fellowship allows a Briton to undertake an academic year of
study at a U.S. institution of higher education. See details at
GCA Web site.) For the academic year, he or she may
pursue any combination of practical experience and study,
including study or research at the Royal Botanic Gardens
Kew (or RBG Edinburgh) or a semester-long research
project at a university. A McLaren scholar arrives in the
summer to visit sites of horticultural interest. .

Annual award for up to 15 postdoctoral scholars for
advanced research in any aspect of Italian Renaissance
studies, to be carried out at the Villa I Tatti center in
Florence, Italy.


The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s first university
and a symbol of the cultural rebirth of the Jewish nation in its
ancestral homeland. Founded by such luminaries of the
twentieth century as Martin Buber, Albert Einstein and
Sigmund Freud, the University has become a
multidisciplinary institution of higher learning and research,
as well as a scientific center of international repute. In 2005,
Israel's Council for Higher Education ranked the Hebrew
University as the nation's #1 university on a scale of
"academic excellence." Today, 24,000 students, from diverse
ethnic and religious backgrounds, study on the University’s
four campuses, including some 1,200 visitors from abroad
and new immigrants, who have come to its Rothberg
International School to pursue degrees or earn credits for
transfer.
Program to carry out non-degree research programs at
Hosei University un the direction of and/or in cooperation with
Hosei Faculty and researchers. It is expected that joint
cooperation and coorfination with Hosei faculty will contribute
much to the development of the university's research
capabitities.
Annual award to enable successful candidates to spend 4-6
weeks at a Canadian university or site doing research for
their thesis or dissertation in the field of Canadian studies.


Annual award to enable young Canadian and foreign
academics who have completed a Ph.D. on a topic related to
Canada to visit a Canadian or foreign university with a
Canadian Studies program for a teaching or research
internship (assistantship).
Annual award to promote the development of knowledge
concerning the enhancement and development of the
Canadian Capital city (the relation between the Capital and
city functions, the international and symbolic role of the
Capital, the Capital's role in tourism and the administration of
the Capital).
Location affects nearly everything we do in life: we choose
where to build homes, where to eat, where the nearest
hospital is in case of emergency. Companies analyse risks
and assign insurance rates, make loans and investments,
and build regional offices according to location decisions.
Many of these decisions are complicated by society’s
increasing desire for mobility while maintaining instant
access to information. At the global scale, location is also at
the heart of some of the world’s most pressing problems:
immigration, poverty and starvation, environmental
degradation, crime and security, natural hazards and
disasters. Geographic Information Science provides formal
tools and methods to represent and analyze these important
problems in a controlled (scientifically repeatable) manner. It
is therefore critical to the development of the Knowledge
Economy and a just Information Society.

Annual program to support promising young scholars who
have embarked on professional careers.
To support research that will help other researchers and
policy-makers to understand if/how agricultural development
has an impact on strengthening peace in conflict-prone
countries or regions.



Annual program for advanced graduate students work for the
summer at IIASA headquarters near Vienna, Austria.
Students work closely with senior scientists on IIASA projects
in one of three areas: natural resources & environment;
energy & technology; or population and society.




Annual awards to support predoctoral and postdoctoral
scholars for two to nine months of research at host
institutions in central and eastern Europe and Eurasia.

Annual awards to support American pre- and postdoctoral
scholars for periods of one to four months while conducting
field research in Mongolia.



Annual awards to support Mongolian pre- and postdoctoral
scholars for periods of one to four months while conducting
research at an institution in the U.S.
Annual grants to support scholarly projects on Central and
Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Turkey and Iran. Projects should
demonstrate academic merit and relevance for the American
academic community as well as positive impact on public,
cultural and historical knowledge of these regions through
dissemination of research results.




The goal of the thesis award competition is to encourage
academic excellence in Iranian studies and to identify
emerging young scholars of great potential.




The Japan Foundation Fellowship Program is designed to
extend invitations to Japan to foreign scholars, researchers,
and specialists in the fields of arts and culture and to provide
them with opportunities to carry out such activities as
research, investigation, production, and the acquiring skills in
Japan.
The Science and Technology Agency (STA) established this
postdoctoral fellowship program to create opportunities for
foreign researchers, specifically those in the fields of science
and technology, to conduct research at Japan’s national
laboratories and public research corporations. Both long-
term (6 mos to 2 yrs) and short-term (1-3 mos) fellowships
are available through a variety of Japan research laboratories
and corporations, including the Naional Aerospace
Laboratory, the National Institute for Envirnonmental Studies,
the National Institute of Public Health, the National
Agricultural Research Center, the Kanagawa Cancer Center
Research Institute, and many others. Awards vary depending
on fellows’ duration with the program.

Annual fellowships to assist U.S. researchers wishing to
conduct research in Japan under the leadership of their host
researchers. The program is aimed at stimulating Japanese
academic researchers while advancing scientific research in
both countries. The program is aimed at stimulating
Japanese academic researchers while advancing scientific
research in both countries.
Annual fellowships to assist promising young foreign
researchers wishing to conduct research in Japan. The
program is aimed at stimulating Japanese academic
researchers while advancing scientific research in the
counterpart countries. Fellowships are awarded for periods of
12 to 24 months and must commence between April 1 and
November 30.
Annual award to allow American educators to spend a year in
Japan, where they will be able to immerse themselves in
study. It is expected that recipients will return to the US to
teach about Japan more effectively.


To provide financial support for doctoral dissertation field
research in South Korea for a period of 3-12 months.


Annual awards to support American graduate students to
conduct research in Poland for one academic year or
semester.



Annual awards to support Polish citizens for advanced study
and research at institutions of higher learning in the United
States.
Annual awards to support American graduate students of
Polish descent and graduate students studying Polish-related
subjects. (In adddition, the Foundation administers
scholarships for other Polish-American organizations. Check
Web site.).
Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at Hebrew University of Jerusalem .




Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at Hebrew University of Jerusalem .




Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at the Technion.


Annual scholarship awarded to support university students
who need to study in Rome to carry out research and
prepare their thesis concerning Rome and the Roman culture
from the Pre-Roman period to present day.

Annual award to support an individual who has been
admitted to a doctoral degree program at a U.S. university
and who intends to study Greek or Roman art.


Fellowship program to support innovative research on U.S.-
Mexican Transnationalism and on U.S.-Mexican
Transnational Communities and to foster collaboration
between U.S. and Mexican scholars on topics related to
these themes.

Annual program to provide U.S. graduate students firsthand
experience in a Japanese/Korean research environment,
intensive Japanese/Korean language training, and an
introduction to the science and science-policy infrastructure
of Japan/Korea.

Annual awards to support Thai students who have been
accepted to study in the US or UK for the needs of the
Revenue Department, Ministry of Finance.
Annual fellowship program to encourage economic and
democratic growth in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia,
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan by providing
education in the U.S. for citizens of those countries. Supports
professional master's degrees, such as M.B.A., M.P.H.,
L.L.M., and M.I.A., and some research degrees, such as
M.S. in environmental science. Fellows are placed at a
school of the program's choice.




Annual fellowship program to provide supplementary grants
to doctoral students from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova,
Mongolia, Romania, Russia, Slovakia,Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Yugoslavia at
accredited universities in western Europe, Asia, Australia,
and North America.
Annual award to to help educators and researchers improve
education in standard French language, literature, and
culture and in the study of standard French in the United
States. The award supports travel to France for at least six
months of residence and study during the Fellowship year.


Annual award to give young American professionals the
opportunity to spend 9 months in a work/study program in
Germany examining the political, economic, and cultural
environment of the European Union and of Germany in
particular.


Annual program to further international understanding, world
peace, and friendly relations among people of different
countries. Ambassadorial scholarships are of three types:
academic-year, multi-year, and cultural. See web site for
further information.

Annual program to support a deserving student of Scottish
descent for his or her first year of graduate study in Scotland.
The Scientific Award of the BMW Group invites university
graduates from all over the world to enter their
groundbreaking ideas in a bid for the international research
award. Ground breaking ideas wanted. Innovations are far
more than just strategies, processes and networks.
Innovations would be inconceivable without people who
promote new ideas with their creativity, tenacity, passion and
courage. The Scientific Award with its motto "Passion for
Innovation" is committed to these basic principles.

Annual award to support short-term research projects in the
Republic of Panama in fields relevant to the STRI mission.
STRI promotes greater public understanding and awareness
of the importance and fragility of tropical flora, fauna, and
cultures. Fellows are housed in STRI facilities. Extensions of
the research period are awarded only in exceptional
circumstances.
Annual award to support a postdoctoral investigator to
conduct a three-year project on a subject related to STRI
research interests. STRI promotes greater public
understanding and awareness of the importance and fragility
of tropical flora, fauna, and cultures.

Annual award to provide promising and highly qualified
recent PhDs with opportunities to conduct research in Japan.
JSPS guidelines target the applicant who wishes to conduct
cooperative research under the leadership of a host
researcher, thereby advancing the Fellow's own research
and at the same time stimulating Japanese academic circles
through close collaboration with young Japanese
researchers.
Annual workshop that aims to create a sustained,
multidisciplinary network of advanced graduate students and
faculty in Japan studies. The goal of the 4-day workshop,
held in California in early January each year, is to foster
comparative and multidisciplinary approaches to research by
providing a venue for interaction.
Annual award to encourage research on the Russian Empire,
the Soviet Union and the New Independent States.
Annual program based at the Free University of Berlin- This
award used to encourage the comparative and
interdisciplinary study of the economic, political, and social
aspects of modern and contemporary German and European
affairs.




These annual awards seek to develop and expand the
research skills of students at the doctoral level and to assist
in the training of highly qualified personnel to meet Canada's
current and future needs.

Annual program to enable graduate students to train for from
one to three months in Venice, Italy.




Annual program to enable graduate students to train for from
one to three months in Venice, Italy.




To provide funding for students interested in international
studies and security-related topics.




Annual program to support scholars with an interest in the
arts whose research examines the character and global
influences of black arts and culture with a specific focus on
performance.
Annual program to provide American citizens with well-
developed projects in the fields of politics, public
administration, mass media, business and |industry, working
life, human environment, education and culture the
opportunity to study in Sweden.
Scholars would normally be resident at the University of
Montreal, McGill University or the University of Calgary. This
opportunity emerges from a partnership between the Canada-
U.S. Fulbright Program, the Thomas Enders family and the
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
(ACSUS). The Visiting Research Chair is designed to
encourage scholarship on Canada-U.S. relations. Thomas
Enders was a U.S. statesman whose life, work, and service,
in particular as U.S. ambassador to Canada and Assistant
Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, strengthened
the political and economic links as well as the friendship
between the U.S. and Canada. Since he had broad interest
in a number of fields including energy and natural resources,
trade and economic policy, and provincial economic
development, the Visiting Research Chair will focus on these
and related themes.

The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs
Fellowship program provides funding to participants as they
are prepared academically and professionally to enter the
United States Department of State Foreign Service. Women,
members of minority groups historically underrepresented in
the Foreign Service, and students with financial need are
encouraged to apply. The goal of the fellowship program is to
attract outstanding students who enroll in the fellowship
program is to attract outstanding students who enroll in two-
year master's degree programs in public policy, international
affairs, public administration, or academic fields such as
business, economics, political science, sociology, or foreign
languages, who represent all ethnic, racial and social
backgrounds and who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign
Service career in the U.S. Department of State.

Annual award to support one year of dissertation research
and writing on topics addressing the sources and nature of
international conflict and the full range of ways to prevent or
end conflict and to sustain peace.
Annual award to support a year of graduate study in the
United Kingdom at Churchill College of Cambridge
University.
                                 Eligility

Applicants must be Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants, be Alberta
residents, and be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in a graduate
program at an institution outside of Alberta; At the doctoral level, students
must have completed at least one full year of graduate study or a
master's degree
U.S. citizens under 35 years of age who have completed at least a
bachelor's degree prior to commencement of the scholarship period




The fellowship program aims to - but is not limited to - serve
postgraduate students, including individuals enrolled in Ph.D. programs,
who are in relatively early stages of their careers; Knowledge of the
German language is not a prerequisite


The fellowship is intended for PhD candidates and recent PhD recipients
interested in German economic, political, or historical topics and provides
funding for up to 28 days of research in Germany



Must be a doctoral candidate at a U.S. college or university; Must
establish formal affiliation with an Indian university and work under an
Indian research supervisor; Awards are available for up to eleven
months; Fellowships for six months or more may include limited coverage
for dependents if funds are available



Applicants must be U.S. citizen, national or permanent resident;
Applicants can be in an undergraduate or graduate level academic
program, or be faculty; Students must have a minimum B average;
Successful applicants will perform at the high-intermediate level on a
proficiency-based admissions examination.



Advanced graduate students engaged in excavation at the site of
Aprodisias or research material from that site are eligible to apply
Doctoral candidates working on dissertations and scholars holding a
Ph.D. or equivalent degree




Scholars with a Ph.D. and doctoral students; There is no citizenship
requirement for applicants



Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars with well-defined projects that can be completed during the
academic year of the fellowship




Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars; There is no citizenship requirement; Applicants submit a project
proposal and other materials.



Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars; There is no citizenship requirement; Applicants submit a project
proposal and other materials.




Students registered for graduate degrees at North American institutions;
An outline of the proposed project should be sent to the contact name
given below

Ph.D. candidates or postdocs. U.S. citizens or foreign nationals who have
been U.S residents for at least three years prior to deadline; Must have
competed professional training; Ph.D. is not required




Graduate students in advanced degree programs in U.S. and Canadian
schools; Applicants are expected to have reading proficiency in French
and German, as well as in ancient Greek and Latin; Applicants for
fellowships must also apply for admission to the school, which includes
taking qualifying examinations; Consult Web site for details
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. as well as foreign nationals
registered in U.S. schools; Applicants must be doctoral candidates, i.e.
students who have completed all degree requirements preliminary to the
dissertation, in one of the above fields

Citizens of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Contact the
appropriate cooperating organization for further details: Denmark-
America Foundation www.daf-fulb.dk; League of Finnish-American
Societies www.sayl.fi; Icelandic-American Society www.iceam.is; Norway-
America Association www.noram.no; Sweden-America Foundation
www.sweamfo.se.
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Applicants should have
language proficiency for the country in which they wish to study; For
grants, post-baccalaureate scholars and professionals are given
preference; for fellowships, doctoral students are preferred.
Must be U.S. citizen; Preference given to those who have completed all
the requirements for the Ph.D. except the dissertation at the time of
application or have received Ph.D. within last 5 years; Preference also
given to projects of at least a half-year's duration

Must have completed all the requirements for the PhD except the
dissertation at the time of application.

Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Senior and postdoctoral
scholars; The fellow teaches one course per term to students at the
University of Calgary


Must be nominated by the Dean of the Graduate School; U.S. citizens,
under 30, with a Masters or equivalent or who are working toward a Ph.D.
or equivalent, preferably with a speaking and reading knowledge of
Dutch, French, or German; Must be in residence in Belgium for at least 6
months
Must be a Ph.D. candidate in an accredited U.S. program and must also
be nominated by graduate department




Must be graduate student or postdoctoral scholar and have clear need to
work in Greece; Must also be Canadian citizen or landed immigrant;
Previous experience in Greece and some knowledge of modern Greek is
an asset; must be willing to work in CAIA office for ten hours per week
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Full-time doctoral students
at accredited U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities whose
dissertations are related in substantial part to the study of Canada;
Candidates should have completed all doctoral requirements except the
dissertation, at the time of fellowship application




Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Recent recipients of the
Ph.D. degree as well as full-time faculty members at 4-year schools




Applicants must have Russian language proficiency and have U.S.
citizenship; In addition, all applicants must be 25-35 years old




Foreign faculty and advanced graduate students who are self-directed,
have relevant teaching experience and an in-depth knowledge of their
discipline and are in good health; Open to citizens of all nations who have
trained in Western methods in the social sciences and are fully fluent in
written and spoken English; Must not have held a permanent position at
their home university for more than three years prior to applying



Faculty and advanced graduate students who are self-directed, have
relevant teaching experience and an in-depth knowledge of their
discipline and are in good health; Open to citizens of all nations who have
trained in Western methods in the social sciences and are fully fluent in
written and spoken English
U.S. or Canadian citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a doctoral
program; must have completed 2 years of full-time graduate study (or
equivalent) prior to the beginning date of their proposed research; The
award is not for students in advanced stages of dissertation research or
whose prospectuses have received formal approval

Citizens of the U.S. and Germany. Graduate students, postdoctoral
scholars, and established scholars are eligible to apply; German
applicants should be eligible for a J-1 visa; Fellows are expected to
produce a short publication, along the lines of a working paper or report




U.S. and Canadian citizens; Other foreign nationals may be eligible--
consult DAAD Web site; Full-time graduate students; Applicants should
have completed three semesters of college-level German or have an
equivalent level of language proficiency; Preference is given to applicants
under 32 years of age


Applicants from the U.S. and Canada must be endorsed by the Director
of the ESRC-supported centre, programme, group or network with which
they are interested in collaborating; Applicants from the U.S. and Canada
should have received a PhD in one of the social sciences (including
history) by the time the proposed visiting fellowship would start; They
should have been based in the U.S. for at least two years before the
application deadline




An applicant must be a U.S. citizen or be registered with a U.S. university
or a U.S. National Laboratory; Both current doctoral candidates and
scholars who have received the Ph.D. degree within the past five years
are eligible; An applicant must be accepted by a French research
institution to be eligible for the fellowship


Candidates must be U.S. citizens under 35 and hold a Bachelor's or
Master's degree; Fellowship recipients cannot have other Belgian
sources of income
Citizens of the U.S. who are between 21 and 29 years old, with evidence
of artistic or musical accomplishment; The project of graduate study in
Paris must be approved by the Foundation; Applicants should contact
potential teachers or schools in advance of arrival; Not for dance, theater,
or research in art history, musicology or composition.

Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have earned a
bachelor's or comparable degree before fellowship begins; Preference is
given to upper-level graduate students




U.S. citizens at the time of application (permanent residents are not
eligible); Hold a B.A. degree or the equivalent before the start of the
grant; Applicants who have not earned a B.A. degree or the equivalent,
but who have extensive professional study and/or experience in fields in
which they wish to pursue a project, may be considered; Good health;
Have sufficient proficiency in the written and spoken language of the host
country




U.S. citizens holding a bachelor's degree; Applicants are expected to be
in good health, to be proficient in the language of the intended host
country, and to be able to complete the proposed project during the grant
period; Grants are awarded to the "best qualified students," but
preference is given to applicants who have received the bachelor's
degree recently. Individuals holding the Ph.D. degree are ineligible
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have passed the A
exam admitting them to Ph.D. candidacy and who plan on a teaching
career in the U.S. upon graduation; Applicants should possess adequate
skill in the language(s) appropriate for their dissertation research abroad



Citizens of the U.S. who hold a degree in landscape architecture from an
accredited program; The fellowship is intended to support individuals
early in their career



Citizens of the U.S. who have received a B.A. or B.S. degree recently;
Preference is given to applicants under 26 years of age, due to the age
limit on student travel vouchers in Great Britain, finalists are required to
attend an interview at their own expense




Applicants must hold the Ph.D. degree; There is no citizenship
requirement; Preference is given to scholars in the early stages of their
career; Residence in Florence is required for the greater part of the
academic year, beginning in September


Candidates must have completed their undergraduate degree and have a
minimum GPA of 3.8 or equivalent; Any candidate for an M.A. Program
may apply and those selected will be eligible for a two-year fellowship,
conditional on maintenance of academic performance; Candidates for
any other graduate program and students with any previous graduate
studies attendance at the Rothberg International School are not eligible to
apply for the Graduate Merit Fellowship
Applicant must: Be foreign national(includes stateless person, foreign
national currently residing in Japan); Be presently enrolled in a doctoral
degree program, hold a Doctorate, or its equivalent as recognized by the
University Have sufficient fluency in either Japanese or English; Be no
more than 39 years of age as of April 1, 2007 Not have been a previous
recipent of this fellowship
Graduate students in the social sciences or humanities who are in the
process of preparing a thesis or dissertation on Canada; must receive a
letter of support from a faculty member at a Canadian university; must be
nominated by student's national Canadian studies association

Post docs in the social sciences or humanities who are in the field of
Canadian studies; Must not be employed in a full time university teaching
position; Must not agree to honorarium or salary as part of internship;
Length of stay 1 to 3 months

Graduate students in the social sciences or humanities who are in the
field of Canadian studies examining Canada's capital specifically; must
be submitted in one of Canada's two official languages; must be willing to
spend 3 weeks in Canada; and must be willing to participate in
conference on the topic at Carleton University.

Financial support will include accommodation expenses in Fiesole, tuition
and fees for the School, and up to $1500 in travel expenses




By the time of the fellows' arrival, must have served at least two and not
more than four years as assistant professors in institutions of higher
learning in the US or Canada
Applicants must be citizens of a Sub-Saharan African country (see web
site for full details), 45 years of age or younger, holders of at minimum an
MA degree or equivalent, and at the beginning of their research career




Graduate students, with preference given to applicants who have
completed the first year of study in a doctoral degree program; Applicants
from countries that have an IIASA National Member Organization, and
from countries that do not, are encouraged to apply for participation in the
program; An applicant's interests should correspond with ongoing
research at IIASA as described in the project descriptions at the Web site
www.iiasa.ac.at




Must be US citizen or permanent resident for at least three years; Must
hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree, or be enrolled in a masters or
doctoral program (the latter two for Fellowships in Policy Research and
Development only)
Must be citizen of the U.S. and PhD candidate or postdoctoral researcher
at university; Must have good command of local language




Must be citizen of Mongolia; Must have good command of English
language; Usually applicants have an affiliation with a NGO, university,
Think Tank, or research institution; Also normally are Phd candidates and
have five years of professional experience
U.S. citizens or permanent residents, PhD or equivalent terminal degree
at time of application




The emphasis of the awards is on graduate thesis (Masters and
Doctoral), but outstanding undergraduate theses will be considered in
exceptional cases




Doctoral candidates who have completed all requirements except
dissertation and who has the necessary Japanese language skills to
undertake research in Japan; Individuals must hold nationality (or
permanent residency) in countries that have diplomatic|relations with
Japan
Doctor’s degree in a scientific, technological, engineering, or medical field
(or equivalent); Have recieved PhD in last 6 years; Have sufficent
language abilities to pursue research in Japan (Japanese preferred, but
English usually sufficient); Prepared to commit to six-month to two year
(long term) or one to three month (short-term) fellowship




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have been awarded
the Ph.D. degree within the last ten years; Applicants arrange a research
plan with a Japanese host, then apply through the National Science
Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), or Social Science
Research Council (SSRC); At the same time, eligible Japanese
institutions apply to JSPS to host U.S. research fellows

Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. degree within the last 6
years; To apply, U.S. scholars arrange a research plan with a Japanese
host, then apply through the National Science Foundation (NSF),
National Institutes of Health (NIH), or Social Science Research Council
(SSRC); At the same time, eligible Japanese institutions apply to JSPS to
host foreign research fellows

Applicants must be US citizens, enrolled, in good standing, in a graduate
program at an accredited higher education institution in the US; The
fellowship is for teaching/research master's or doctoral degrees only,
professional degrees not acceptable; Recipients must plan to teach in the
US after completing their degree, either at the secondary or higher
education levels
Applicants who have advanced to doctoral candidacy are given
preference; No citizenship requirements (30-40 fellowships are awarded)


Applicants must be (1) citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. and
(2) full-time graduate students at a U.S. institution; Applicants should
have Polish language ability commensurate with their proposed research
project


Polish citizens residing permanently in Poland; Preference is given to
applicants who will have received the M.A. or M.S. degree prior to the
award period; Applicants must have a high level of English language
proficiency; Applicants are responsible to make arrangements with the
U.S. institution of their choice
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who are of Polish descent
or whose primary academic interests are related to Poland; Applicants
must be full-time graduate students in U.S. institutions and must have at
least a 3.0 GPA

Intended for students in a doctoral program abroad who wish to use
library and research facilities in Israel; Prospective candidates must
establish contact with the relevant Faculty or Department at the Hebrew
University, and ensure that there is a Faculty member willing to sponsor
the application; The Hebrew University does not offer Fellowships to
students studying|for a Masters Degree Program
Intended for researchers who have recently received their PhD; The
starting date of the visit should not be later than three years after receipt
of the Doctoral Degree; Prospective candidates must establish contact
with the relevant Faculty or Department at the Hebrew University, and
ensure that there is a Faculty member willing to sponsor the application;
We will not be able to process an application without a sponsor

Intended for researchers who have recently received their PhD



Applicants should: not be older than 30; should be attending a recognized
University course; should have a basic knowledge of the Italian language



Individuals who have been admitted to a doctoral degree program at a
university in the U.S., and who have submitted a dissertation proposal in
the area of Greek or Roman art; The fellowship is awarded to the
applicant who is likely to profit most from utilizing the resources of the
Department of Greek and Roman Art at the MMA
Graduate students and Ph.D. scholars who are U.S. citizens; Fellows will
conduct their projects at one of Mexico-North's Mexican member
institutions; Prior to applying for a fellowship, each applicant should
establish contact with one or more faculty members, researchers or other
representatives of their host institution; See Web site for details

Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled at a
U.S. institution in a relevant Ph.D., M.D., or M.S. program of which at
least one year has been completed, and be pursuing studies in fields of
science or engineering which are supported by NSF, NIH or USDA;
Program dates for Japan: late June to late August; for Korea: mid-June to
early August.
Students under 35 years old with no commitment to any scholarship
donor, accepted to study at the Bachelor's, Master's or Doctoral level;
Applicants are assessed on the basis of academic records, employment
history and advisor recommendations
Citizens of the 12 qualifying countries; Applicants must be under the age
of 40 and in residence in one of the 12 countries at the time of
application; Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree
program and be proficient in spoken and written English; For complete
eligibility requirements, consult the Web site; Fellows are expected to
return to their home countries upon completion of their degree program




Citizens of the countries listed above; Applicants must be under the age
of 40 at the time of application; Applicants must be entering a doctoral
degree program and be proficient in the language used at the school;
Only those students who have already been awarded partial or full tuition
or other types of financial aid may apply



Candidates must be U.S. citizens under the age of 40 who can certify
their career does or will involve active use of the French language; They
must have earned a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited four-year
institution, and a 3.0 minimum GPA in French language and literature as
a major; They must demonstrate superior competence in French,
according to the standards established by the American Association of
Teachers of French
U.S. citizens who have completed a graduate degree program or who
have worked at least 2 years in one of the above fields; German
language proficiency is desirable, but the Foundation can provide
language training if needed; Fellows are usually 23 to 34 years of age



An applicant, normally, must have completed at least two years of
undergraduate course work and must be a citizen of a country in which
there is a Rotary club; Applicants should be proficient in the language of
the intended host country; they are expected to be outstanding
ambassadors of goodwill to the people of the host country

Must be a U.S. citizen and be receiving a bachelor's degree; Must reside
(or attend school) within 250 miles of New York State; Individuals who
have never studied in the United Kingdom are preferred; The applicant
must be endorsed by the President of his or her undergraduate institution
Bachlor's, Master's and doctoral theses from all disciplines are accepted;
Papers completed and submitted between 1 January 2005 and 31
December 2006; Entry is only possible with the support of the supervising
professor criteria for evaluation: innovation potential, relation to reality,
benefit for environment and society, theory, economic aspects, form of
presentation




Graduate students proposing a research project, either exploratory or
complete in itself, in Panama under the supervision of the STRI staff;
Awards are sometimes made to undergraduates and postdoctoral
scholars



Applicants must have received the Ph.D. or equivalent degree; Fellows
are expected to reside in the Republic of Panama and to base their study
at STRI research facilities, though a component of research in other
tropical nations also will be considered


Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; Must have received Ph.D.




Full-time doctoral students registered at U.S. institutions; Applicants must
have a special committee-approved dissertation prospectus; There is no
citizenship requirement; 10 to 12 students are selected to participate in
the program each year.


US Citizens and permanent residents; Three fellowship option:
"Predissertation Training Fellowship"; Must in first or second year of
program. "Dissertation Fellowship" - must have completed all research;
"Postdoc Fellowships" - must have held the Ph.D. for no more than 3
years
Citizens and permanent residents of either US or Canada; Both postdoc
and PhD level students; For latter, must have completed all requirements
for the PhD except the dissertation; For postdoc, must have received
degree in past 2 years; Expected to produce monograph of research




Canadian citizens who have completed at least one previous degree at a
Canadian university



Students enrolled as full time graduate students in programs in the arts




Students enrolled as full time graduate students in programs in the arts




Ph.D. candidates who have made substantial progress in their
dissertations




Must have received Ph.D. or M.F.A. at least three years and no more
than ten years before application deadline


Citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.; should have the necessary
experience and education for fulfilling his/her project; Not to be used for
academic or degree programs
Junior scholars with promising research records as well as established
senior scholars are encouraged to apply; Canada and Canadian-U.S.
relations with a particular focus on energy and natural resources, trade
and economic policy, and provincial economic development;




US citizens; undergraduate GPA of 3.2/ 4.0 or higher; Winners are
expected to enroll in a two-year, full-time master's degree program in
either public policy, international affairs, or public administration, or in an
academic field such as business, economics, political science, sociology,
or foreign languages (U.S. graduate institutions only); Cumulative GPA of
3.2/ 4.0 must be maintained throughout participation in the program




Successful candidates must have completed all course work and
examinations toward their doctoral degrees except the dissertation, by
the time their fellowships begin; Applicants are from any country enrolled
in recognized programs in universities in the U.S.
U.S. citizens with a B.A. or B.S. (an M.A. is acceptable but no doctorate)
between the ages of 19 and 26 with excellent academic achievement
           Stipend Award                      Deadline

$15,000 for masters; $20,000 for          Late January-
doctoral                                  Early February



Monthly stipend of 2,000 to 3,500 Euros Late October
for 12 months, plus travel expenses to
and from Germany and in-country
language training; On request, additional
support may be provided for a spouse
and children




Award covers the cost of pre-approved     Late June-Early
international and domestic travel and a   July
per diem of $150 for up to 28 days in
Germany and elsewhere in Europe
relevant to the research being
conducted
Award covers the costs of pre-approved    Late June-Early
international and domestic travel and a   July
per diem of $150 for up to 28 days in
Germany


Maintenance: 25,875 Rs per month.           Late June-Early
Research and Travel: 11,250 Rs per          July
month. Per dependent allowance: 6,750
Rs per month; Fellows who will be
based in Bangalore, Calcutta, Chennai
(Madras), Mumbai (Bombay) or New
Delhi will receive an additional 15% cost
of living supplement
Round-trip airfare to Istanbul, application Mid-February
and tuition fees




$2375 for the summer                      Late October-
                                          Early November
Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,      Mid-January
depending on academic seniority and
experience; School fees for ASCSA are
waived for Angel fellows



Up to $5,000; Associates are required to Mid-September
pay ASCSA fees.



Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,        Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience,
for the academic year; Waiver of school
fees




Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,        Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience ;
Waiver of school fees.



Stipend of $15,500 to $25,000,         Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience;
ASCSA fees are waived




$1,875                                  Mid-January



Maximum a five-month project: $20,000; Mid-November
For a ten-month project: $40,000




Stipend of $10,000 for the academic     Mid-January
year, plus room, board, and waiver of
school fees
Stipend of $10,000 plus room and board Mid-February
while at ASCSA in Athens, plus room at
Loring Hall, board and waiver of school
fees

The number and amount of awards          Varied
granted vary from year to year according
to the funds available to each country's
organization


Grants for projects of one to three        Late October-
months' duration are up to $4,000;         Early November
Fellowships are up to $20,000 for year-
long study or research
$22,000 for work done between July 1st     Late October-
and June 30th, or a portion of that year   Early November



$6,000 for travel, room and board, and
other legitimate expenses.

Stipend of $30,000 for the 9-month         Late September
period, plus an office and staff
privileges.


$18,000 stipend for one year plus health Late January
insurance.



$22,000 stipend; $600 for research         Late November-
expenses; $1,500 for research-related      Early December
travel for 11 months of research and
one month of vacation




$6000 plus free accommodation in           Mid-March
hostel
A maximum of US$850 per month may          Late October
be awarded for a period of up to nine
months




Direct costs related to a project, up to   Late September
$10,000--to support travel (primarily in
Canada), books, publishing fees, and
certain other expenses connected with
research




Housing, international travel, insurance   Mid-October
and a stipend of $2,500 per month (for
six months)




Visiting lecturers are paid a local salary Late February-
by their host university and receive       Early March
housing in a dormitory or private
apartment. CEP provides a modest
monthly dollar stipend, transportation to
and from the lecturer's host city, and
Western health insurance


Visiting lecturers are paid a local salary Mid-February
by their host university and receive
housing in a dormitory or private
apartment. CEP provides a modest
monthly dollar stipend, transportation to
and from the lecturer's host city, and
Western health insurance.
$4,000 for travel and living expenses      Mid-January




Stipend of up to $4,600 per month,        Varied
depending on the seniority of the fellow,
an allowance for research expenses,
office space at the Institute, and travel
expenses to and from Washington, D.C.



Tuition, accommodations (arranged by Late January
the host institute), and a cash allowance
for meals and incidental expenses in full
or in part, depending on location and
accommodations. A small travel subsidy
will also be provided

Approximately ten research fellowships     Mid-April
of up to $8,500 (approx. $5,000) will be
awarded




About $1300/month, a round trip ticket Late December
to France, health insurance, and about
30 days per diem for travelling in France
for research purposes.



A monthly stipend of 23.000 Belgian        Late January
Francs; tuition up to 17.000 BF; a one-
time 25.000 BF contribution towards
dissertation costs or 7.500 BF towards
costs of printing of licentiate thesis;
health insurance and public liability
according to Belgian law
A stipend covers room and board for the Late January
scholar for the academic year (October
through June)



Approximately $14,500 for a nine month Mid-January
stipend plus an education allowance for
the academic year of $11,500. Summer
2006 FLAS stipend was $2,500 with an
educational allowance of up to $4,000




Full Grant: . •Round-trip transportation to Late April-Early
the host country. •Maintenance for the      May
academic year, based on living costs in
the host country. •Book and research
allowances . •Supplemental health and
accident insurance. •Tuition, in some
cases. •Language or orientation
courses, where appropriate. Travel
Grant. •Round-trip transportation to the
country where the student will pursue
studies for an academic year.
•Supplemental health and accident
insurance. •Cost of an orientation
course abroad, if applicable

The grant covers travel, living expenses Mid-September
for the academic year, and tuition at
overseas universities, when required
Early November




Mid-November




Expenses for housing, board, tuition,   Mid-November
travel to and from Britain, and an
allowance




The maximum grant of $50,000 can also Mid-October
be non-stipendiary for those with other
support . The fellowship includes use of
all facilities, a place to study, some
meals, & various other privileges

$15,000                                 Mid-March
Up to 300,000 yen per month.              Early June




10 (ten) annual awards up to $CD 3,500 Late December
for all expenses.



$CD 2,500 plus roundtrip airfare.         Late December




$CD 5,000.                                Late December




Financial support will include            Late March
accommodation expenses, tuition and
fees for the School, and up to $1500 in
travel expenses.




The stipend will match the combined       Mid-November
salary and benefits at the Member's
home institution at the time of
application
$12,000 for one year and will benefit      Late June
from a range of supporting services
described in the guidelines on the
application form



The U.S. Committee provides airfare        Mid-January
and a modest living allowance for
students from U.S. institutions who are
selected to participate




Varies - funds support round trip airfare, Mid-November
and a stipend for living expenses, room
and board

round trip airfare, living allowance,      Varied
health insurance and research
allowance for up to four months.



round trip airfare, living allowance and   Varied
research allowance for up to four
months.
Up to $5,000, airfare on US flag carrier, Late January-
per diem is food, lodging and local       Early February
transport only, may cover incidental
expenses.




$1,000-$250.                             Late September-
                                         Early October




Four to fourteen months: air fare,         Late October-
traveler's insurance, settling in          Early November
allowance, monthly stipend of Y310,000
Yen, dependent allowance of 50,000
Yen/month, research/cultural activities of
40,000 Yen/month, and enrollment fees
Unknown                                   Unknown




Annual fellowships to assist U.S.       Varied
researchers wishing to conduct research
in Japan under the leadership of their
host researchers



Stipend for living expenses, a housing    Varied
subsidy, round-trip airfare, and health
insurance for the fellow. Additional
allowances may be made for
accompanying family members


$24,000 US for one year, nonrenewable Varied




Monthly stipend of 1,3000,000 Korean      Late July
won (about $1,174), plus travel costs.


Stipend for dormitory housing and living Mid-December
expenses. Tuition expenses are not
covered by this program, nor are
transportation expenses to and from
Poland.

Awards range from $7,650 to $30,500,      Mid-October
depending on the duration and type of
the award . There is no allowance for
dependent support
$1,000 to $7,000                           Early January




Fellowships are tenable for a period of 9 Late February
to 12 months . The terms of the
Fellowship include travel costs, tuition
fees (where applicable) and a monthly
stipend

Fellowships are tenable for a period of 9 Late December
to 12 months . The terms of the
Fellowship include travel costs, tuition
fees (where applicable) and a monthly
stipend


Monthly stipend is $1,250 plus $100        Late November
housing allowance and round trip plane
ticket . Fellowships are tenable for one
year with possible extension
Monthly scholarship of 750 euro            Mid-March




Doctoral students receive a stipend        Early November
based on the rate of $25,000 per
annum, plus a travel allowance


Fellowship period is over 8 weeks to be Early February
conducted between June 1st and
August 30th . Stipends are $4,000, with
an additional $500 research allowance.
Travel expenses will be covered
separately
Travel costs to and from Japan/Korea     Late November-
and an allowance of $2,000. Participants Early December
are responsible for providing their own
insurance and for covering any
additional costs

Unknown                                    Mid-April
Funding covers tuition, room & board,    Varied
stipend, textbooks, international
transportation, and health insurance for
one to two years. Grant money may not
be used to support an accompanying
spouse or child




Grants will not exceed 50% of tuition    Late March-Early
and fees per year, but may be applied to April
living expenses, as required. Grant
money may not be used to support an
accompanying child or spouse.



$10,000 plus round-trip airfare to     Late September-
France; some additional support may be Early October
available to those with dependents




The program covers all program-related Early October
travel expenses and provides a monthly
stipend. Health insurance, financial
support for an accompanying spouse,
and fees for language training are also
available

For the academic-year scholarship, a    Varied
stipend of $13,000 to 25,000, depending
on institutional expenses



$15,000 for tuition, room and board,     Mid-December
transportation and other expenses in the
2003-2004 academic year
Unknown                                    Early December




A stipend of $750 per month for 3          Varied
months, a modest research allowance,
and round-trip airfare




A stipend and other types of support for Mid-January
three years




15 days to 24 months of support, should Late November-
be affiliated with a host institution   Early December




Full financial support for the workshop,   Late September-
including travel, lodging, and meals .     Early October
The program is funded by the Japan
Foundation


Advanced Training - $3,000 - $7,000 for Mid-November
3 - 9 months; Dissertation - $15,000 for
1 year; Postdoc - up to $24,000 over 2
years.
National Endowment for the Humanities Late November-
select postdocs: $30,000 (10-12           Early December
months). The Berlin Program: EUR
1100 per month for fellows working on a
dissertation project and EUR 1400 per
month for fellows working on a
postdoctoral research project. Additional
funds for spouses, dependents, airfare
and research available.

$19,000 per annum for up to 48 months. Mid-November




Unknown                                   Late November-
                                          Early ecember




Unknown                                   Late November-
                                          Early December




$20,000 for nine months, plus health      Late January-
insurance                                 Early February




$25,000 plus $12,500 for moving and       Late October-
housing allowance.                        Early November


25,000 Swedish crowns (for two to six     Early February
week intensive study or research visits
to Sweden).
$30,000 for a maximum of nine months Early August




Includes tuition, room, board, and       Early February
mandatory fees during the first and
second year of graduate school; Each
year’s award also includes
reimbursement for books and for travel
(one round trip per academic year, up to
a set maximum amount)




$17,000 stipend.                        Late August-Early
                                        September
Tuition and fees, a living allowance of   Late October
$6,500-$7,500, a travel allowance of
$500. Married students who are
accompanied by their spouses receive
an additional allowance of $555. The
value of a Churchill Scholarship is
approximately $31,000 to $36,000

								
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