- Undergraduate Student Press Release Form
to allow OFSP to release information related to undergraduate students competition status(wufoo online form)
- Graduate Student & Alumni Press Release Form
to allow OFSP to release information related to graduate students competition status (wufoo online form)
- Intent to Apply Form
If you are planning on applying for a national fellowship in the coming year, fill out this form to put yourself on OFSP's radar. We use these forms to keep in touch with applicants, connect you with faculty advisors, and ensure that you stay on track to complete the strongest application possible!(wufoo online form)
Interview Stream allows you to practice interviewing at your own time and place. Video yourself responding to set questions, and see for yourself how you interview. You can also share your interview with an OFSP advisor for feedback.
At USC, you don't have to navigate the national fellowship process alone! In addition to advisors in OFSP, reach out to faculty and staff experts across campus to help you consider, apply, and win national fellowships.
National Association of Fellowships Advisors (NAFA)
The National Association of Fellowships Advisors (NAFA) is a professional organization comprised of individuals engaged in the practice of advising college and university students who apply for competitive scholarships and fellowships; institutions of higher education that promote and celebrate the process of applying for competitive scholarships and fellowships as an educational enterprise; and foundations and organizations that administer competitive scholarship and fellowship programs.
The University of South Carolina is a proud member of NAFA and subscribes to the Core Values as noted in the NAFA Code of Ethics. Please review the following information on the NAFA Mission and Code of Ethics.
- Graduate Funding Database (Rutgers GradFund)
- National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Michigan State University Library
- IIE Passport Study Abroad Funding
- E4FC - Scholarships for Undocumented Students
Career Center: to explore interests, majors, part-time jobs, internships, summer work etc.
Capstone Scholars: to keep on top of events in this community
Community Service Programs: to connect with others through service
Dobson Volunteer Program: to explore funding for service, domestic and abroad
English Programs for Internationals (EPI) Conversation Partners Program: to practice your foreign language and help an international student practice English
Financial Aid & Scholarships: information on securing funding in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and employment opportunities and can assist you in meeting your educationally related expenses.
The Graduate School: includes admissions information, contacts, and more.
Healthy Carolina: to explore how to stay healthy at Carolina
National Student Exchange: to attend another US college for a semester or year
Office of Pre-Professional Advising: to investigate pre-law, pre-health, and pre-med professions
Ronald McNair Scholars: to keep on top of events in this community
South Carolina Honors College: to keep on top of events in this community
SC Semester Program: to earn credit while interning at the SC State House
Student Disability Services: to keep on top of events in this community
Student Success Center: to get help with difficult classes, to become a tutor, and/or a Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader. SIs conduct weekly study sessions for selected sections of courses.
Office of Student Engagement: to investigate peer leadership opportunities
Study Abroad: to begin advising on global education programs in hundres of countries around the world.
Undergraduate Admissions: Information on applying for the Carolina and McNair Scholarships.
Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR): to begin your research
University 101 Peer Leader Program: to co-teach a Univ 101 course
USC Connect: a long term initiative to support all students in making the most of their education.
Washington Semester Program: to earn credit while interning in Washington, DC
University of Dundee
The Wellcome Trust Four-Year PhD Training Programme provides students with the opportunity to gain research experience in a broad range of topics fitting within the remit of "Molecular and Cellular Biology." Students then make an informed selection of their main project from a pool of some 40 well-resourced laboratories.
University of Leeds, MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems
A Sustainable Energy Systems masters course with energy science and technology at its core but covering key aspects of business, economics and policy. You will learn about conventional and renewable energy conversion and distribution systems. You will also develop an understanding from a technical, regulatory and financial standpoint of the challenges associated with the transition to an alternative system and acquire the skills and knowledge to help make it happen.
If any of the programs highlighted below are of interest to you, check out these potential funding options at King's College:
- President's Scholarships for international master's students
- Friends of King's College London Associate Scholarship (USA)
- King's Health Schools US Scholarship
Interested in neuroscience or clinical psychology?
The Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) is Europe's largest centre for research and post-graduate education in psychiatry, psychology, basic and clinical neuroscience and a School of King's College London. World renowned for the quality of their research, for psychiatry and psychology, it is the most cited research centre outside the US, and the second most cited in the world as ranked by Thomson ISI Essential Science Indicators. Check out their MSc in Clinical Neuroscience.
Have an interest in Bioethics?
Check out the 12-month MA program in Bioethics and Society at KCL. The programme is taught in the heart of London at King's College Strand Campus, with immediate access to King's hospitals and laboratories, and close to government, health policy think-tanks, patient advocacy groups, medical and scientific societies, and the private health sector. They offer a unique 'real-world' approach to bioethics, allowing students to understand the social and political contexts in which bioethical controversies arise and proposed solutions are developed. In the course of their studies, students are equipped with essential knowledge and skills to make a contribution to resolving bioethical problems. In addition, internship opportunities enable students to gather practical insights and to build professional networks.
Special MSc program in Medical Humanities:
This programme explores the links between the humanities and medicine from a humanities point of view. Among the questions it considers are: What can the humanities contribute to healthcare? How do they differ from the sciences? And what can they tell us about illness?