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Funding for International Students

All Nationalities │ Canadian and Commonwealth Citizens

* Denotes scholarships requiring nomination/endorsement by the Dartmouth College Committee on Graduate Fellowships

All Nationalities

THE AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION: for citizens of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden. Provides funding for graduate-level study or research programs in the United States for up to one year. Program can be in any field. Cooperating organizations recommend candidates to the ASF. Contact the ASF's cooperating organizations for specific information regarding eligibility, award size and application deadlines.

BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS: enable students of high intellectual promise to pursue studies in the UK. Chevening scholars must study in the UK for at least 3-months. Most scholars already have a first degree and the majority study for postgraduate degrees, particularly Masters courses. You must apply to the British Embassy/High Commission or The British Council in the country of which you are a citizen. Please see the full country listing for application procedures and deadlines.

BRITISH COUNCIL LEARNING: lists scholarships, fellowships and grants for students of all nationalities to study at British institutions of higher education. Inquiries about such awards should be addressed to the British Embassy/High Commission or The British Council in the country of which you are a citizen. Please see the full country listing a for application procedures and deadlines.

DARTMOUTH GENERAL FELLOWSHIPS: may be used for graduate study or projects either in the U.S. or abroad. Applicants must submit evidence of financial need as well as academic merit, and a well-conceived program of graduate study, independent research, or creative project. Fellowships usually do not exceed $5,000. Awards are not granted for medical school and only rarely for law or business schools. Awards are not renewable.

ERASMUS MUNDUS: is a co-operation program in higher education that promotes the European Union as a center of excellence in learning. It supports European top-quality Masters Courses through a Consortium of four institutes from the following universities: London School of Economics and Political Science (Economic History Department); University of Vienna (Institute of History; University of Wroclaw (Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies); University of Leipzig (Centre for Advanced Studies (ZHS)). For more information, contact EAC-Erasmus-Mundus@cec.eu.int.

FULBRIGHT FOREIGN STUDENT PROGRAM: for study or research in the US. The Fulbright Program supports educational exchanges that strengthen understanding and communication between the United States and over 140 countries. More than 1,300 new Foreign Fulbright Fellows enter U.S. academic programs each year. For application deadlines, please contact the Fulbright Program Office in your home country.

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIPS: are for students of outstanding academic merit and leadership potential from every country of the world (excluding the United Kingdom), who are committed to serving their communities. Applicants must gain admission to the University of Cambridge to pursue one of the following courses of study: a second Bachelor degree as an affiliated student; one-year postgraduate courses; or research leading to a PhD. The Gates Cambridge Trust intends to offer a substantial number of awards annually that will cover the costs of studying at Cambridge. Some of these awards will be for US students, but students from all countries are eligible. Students of exceptional academic achievement and scholarly promise for whom further study at Cambridge would be particularly appropriate are welcome to apply. Students need to provide evidence of their ability to make a significant contribution to their discipline, either by research, teaching, or using their learning creatively in their chosen profession.

MICROSOFT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: This program offers tuition and conference scholarships to encourage students to pursue studies in Computer Science and related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) disciplines. The program strongly encourages individuals from underrepresented groups to pursue STEM fields of study. Apply as a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior.

*ALFRED K. PRIEST FELLOWSHIP: for graduate study at Harvard University. Fellows will be chosen yearly from among applicants who have been accepted by any graduate program at Harvard (with the exception of PhD programs through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences). Potential for excellence, capacity for leadership, and financial need are selection criteria.

*RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS: are the oldest international fellowships. They were initiated after the death of Cecil Rhodes in 1902, and bring outstanding students from countries around the world to study at the University of Oxford. Awards are made for a two-year period but may be extended for a third year. An applicant must be unmarried, and remain unmarried during the first year of residence. Stipend covers tuition, travel, fees and maintenance. Canadian citizens may apply through the Canadian Rhodes Trust. Other Rhodes Scholarships are available for citizens of Australia, Bermuda, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica & the Commonwealth Caribbean, Kenya, New Zealand, Pakistan, Southern Africa (including South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia and Swaziland) Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

ROTARY GLOBAL GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS:  Rotary Foundation Peace Fellowships aim to develop leaders to promote peace and conflict prevention and resolution or water and sanitation. Fellowships focus on academic training, practice, and global networking.  See website for details. Also see Rotary website for other opportunities through their organization.

THE SCHWARZMAN SCHOLARS PROGRAMprovides international students the opportunity to complete a one-year master's degree in Public Policy, Economics and Business or International Relations at a new and specially-designed college at Beijing's Tsinghua University. Courses will be taught in English by Tsinghua University professors as well as academics from institutions abroad. Visiting entrepreneurs, policy makers and thought leaders from around the world will complement regular classes. Each student will have the opportunity to work closely with a mentor from the Chinese business, academic, and government communities.

THE SCOTLAND SALTIRE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME: is open to Canadian, Chinese, Indian and US nationals to encourage bright, talented and hard-working individuals to live, work and study in Scotland.  The award can go toward tuition fees for one year of full-time study on an Undergraduate, Masters, or PhD course in a wide range of subject areas. You can choose to study at any of Scotland's universities and Higher Education Institutions.

FRED C. SCRIBNER, JR. 1930 FELLOWSHIP AND THE FRED C. SCRIBER, JR./JAMES HAMLEN AWARD: for law study at an accredited law school. Graduating seniors can apply. Preference will be given to Dartmouth seniors from the state of Maine for the Scribner/Hamlen fund and to students from the state of Maine and then the United States for the Fred C. Scribner, Jr. 1930 Fellowship.

CHARLES H. WOODBURY MEMORIAL LAW PRIZE: for law study at an accredited law school. Two fellowships will be awarded each year. Graduating seniors can apply.

*THE YENCHING ACADEMYoffers students from across the globe the opportunity to pursue a one-year Master of China Studies degree program at a residential college within China's Peking University. The interdisciplinary degree program is designed to provide exceptional international and Chinese students with the knowledge of China needed to be global citizens and leaders. Classes will be offered in English and Chinese; international students can study for their degree in courses taught in English while pursuing Chinese language study.

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Canadian and Commonwealth Citizens

BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIP CANADA: enables students of high intellectual promise to pursue studies in the UK. Chevening scholars must study in the UK for at least 3-months. Most scholars already have a first degree and the majority study for postgraduate degrees, particularly Masters courses.

BRITISH COUNCIL CANADA GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS: lists several scholarships, fellowships and grants for Canadians to study at British institutions of higher education and other locations overseas.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN: enables students of high intellectual promise to pursue studies in Commonwealth countries other than their own, so as to foster mutual understanding within the Commonwealth. See web-site for list of scholarships and eligibility requirements.

*DAAD STUDY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATING SENIORS: are awarded to highly qualified graduate students of all disciplines for study in Germany or complete a postgraduate or Master's degree course at a German university or institution.

*RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS: are the oldest international fellowships, initiated after the death of Cecil Rhodes in 1902. They bring outstanding students from countries around the world to study at the University of Oxford. Awards are made for a two-year period but may be extended for a third year. An applicant must be unmarried, and remain unmarried during the first year of residence. Stipend covers tuition, travel, fees and maintenance. Canadian citizens may apply through the Canadian Rhodes Trust.

THE SCOTLAND SALTIRE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME: is open to Canadian, Chinese, Indian and US nationals to encourage bright, talented and hard-working individuals to live, work and study in Scotland. The award can go toward tuition fees for one year of full-time study on an Undergraduate, Masters, or PhD course in a wide range of subject areas. You can choose to study at any of Scotland's universities and Higher Education Institutions.

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Last Updated: 4/3/17