Boren Scholarship and Fellowship
Find out more about the Boren Scholarship and Fellowship, which provide funding for studying critical need languages abroad in this webinar. Featuring a previous scholar and one of our committee chairs.
Are you considering graduate study in the UK or Ireland? In this workshop we discuss the opportunities that the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, and Gates Scholarships can provide to you.
Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)
Watch this workshop for an overview of the Critical Language Scholarship, a fully-funded summer intensive language program sponsored by the State Department.
DAAD Grants for Research and Study
This webinar is a quick overview of a variety of grants sponsored by DAAD, funding research or study in Germany in a range of fields.
Ford Foundation Fellowship
Please provide the following description: This workshop offers information for students interested in applying for Ford Foundation Fellowship Programs. This workshop features Dr. Yvette Huet, a liaison from the Ford program, and Dr. Todd Shaw, a faculty advisor for Ford from UofSC.
Fulbright Student Grants
In this webinar, we will discuss the U.S. Fulbright Student Program. The Fulbright allows students to conduct research, pursue advanced study, or undertake teaching assistantships for one year in a foreign country.
Gates Cambridge Scholarship
This webinar offers some hints and tips for applying for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which funds graduate degrees at Cambridge in the UK. It also features special guest Ryan Geiser '17, a 2018 Gates Scholar who shares his experience with the application process and at Cambridge.
Gates Cambridge Workshop
A quick overview of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Fall 2021 application process.
Gilman, Bridging, Freeman-ASIA workshop
This workshop features a quick overview of the Gilman, Freeman-ASIA, and Bridging awards and how to apply.
Gilman and Freeman-ASIA
This live-recorded session covers basic information for students interested in the Gilman and Freeman-ASIA fellowship programs for education abroad.
In this webinar, we discuss the Goldwater Scholarship and our campus application process. The Goldwater is the most prestigious award for undergraduates who plan a research career in a STEM field.
Graduate Programs Workshop
This workshop covers a combination of fellowships for graduate students: Knight-Hennessy, Schwarzman, Yenching, Soros, Erasmus Mundus and DAAD.
NOAA Hollings Scholarship
Watch this presentation to learn more about the NOAA Hollings Scholarship and how to apply. Featuring insight from two Hollings Scholars and a faculty advisor.
NSF GRFP Workshop Fall 2021
This workshop offers information for student interested in applying to the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship. Interested in learning more?
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)
This workshop covers general information and application requirements for the the NSF GRFP (for a graduate degree in a STEM, social science, or STEM Education field).
This workshop cover the basics of getting started with the application process for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Pickering, Rangel and Payne Fellowships
In this webinar, we will discuss the Pickering, Rangel and Payne. These awards provide graduate school financial support for students looking for careers in the Foreign Service.
Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA)
Find out more about the opportunities offered by the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute, and hear from one of UofSC's most recent recipients about his experience.
This session covers the application process and eligibility requirements for those interested in applying for the Rotary grants.
Learn more about the Schwarzman Scholarship, an opportunity to earn a master's degree in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
STEM Graduate Awards
Watch this workshop to learn about fellowships for graduate study in STEM.
Hear about seven summer opportunities for undergraduates to investigate for Summer 2021 – this workshop covers summer programs such as the Gilman, Rangel, and UK Summer Fulbright. These fellowships range from short term in-country experiences to funded research abroad.
This session covers the basic of the Truman Scholarship and application process. The Truman Scholarship is for Juniors with a passion for public service who intend to attend graduate school.
Watch this webinar to hear more about the Udall scholarship, for those interested in either the environment or issues related to Native American nations. Featuring faculty committee chair Dr. Shamia Hoque offering insight to the campus application process.