Established in 2003, the Office of Fellowships and Awards supports students interested in a broad range of fellowships, scholarships, and awards for domestic and international study, research, and professional development.
In the spirit of the Jesuit ideal of Cura Personalis, care for the individual person, the office assists students in realizing the direction best suited to their individual passions and talents. The skills they develop in this process, while directly relevant to fellowship competitions, are broadly applicable for a wide range of both academic and professional opportunities and competitions.
These fellowships are not simply study-abroad programs; rather, each award is a prize given to an individual with extraordinary achievement, intense passion, and deep intellectual curiosity: someone who has already made that passion and curiosity bear fruit. As such, fellowships are not easily won. Students should begin thinking about this process as early as possible. They require time, energy, and determination.
Connect with the Office of Fellowships & Awards:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific fellowship interests
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- Find us on Twitter! twitter.com/GUFellowships
- Follow our blog! blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/gofar-blog/
The Office of Fellowships & Awards endorses students for competitions that require official selection by the university. This office does not cover general issues of financing graduate and professional education. Students interested in such information are advised to check the Graduate Guide to Grants on the website of the Graduate School of Harvard University.