Fellowships Requiring Nomination

The Beinecke Scholarship provides graduate school funding for students on financial aid studying the arts, humanities, or social sciences.

  • Juniors on financial aid
  • Arts, humanities, social sciences
  • GPA: 3.8+
  • U.S Citizens

The Churchill Scholarship funds postgraduate study at Churchill College, Cambridge.

  • Seniors, recent alums (up to one year out)
  • STEM fields only
  • GPA: 3.9+
  • U.S Citizens

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program facilitates cultural exchange through one-year of research, study, or English Teaching.

  • Second semester juniors, seniors, grad students, alumni
  • All fields
  • GPA: no minimum
  • U.S Citizens

The James C. Gaither Junior Fellows Program at the Carnegie Endowment fund a one-year research assistantship to a senior fellow.

  • Seniors, recent alums (up to one year out)
  • Fields aligned with think tank’s practice groups
  • GPA: 3.75+ recommended
  • U.S citizens and F-1 visa holders

The Goldwater Scholarship recognizes excellence in the natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics in future research scientists.

  • Sophomores and juniors
  • STEM fields, research experience
  • GPA: 3.0 minimum; 3.8+ competitive
  • U.S Citizens

The Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program provides funds any graduate program at Stanford University (endorsement opt in).

  • Seniors, grad students, alumni; must apply within 5 years after bachelor’s conferral
  • All fields, including professional degrees
  • GPA: No minimum; must gain admission to degree program at Stanford
  • U.S Citizens and International Students

The Luce Scholars Program provides professional internships in East and Southeast Asia for those with limited experience in the region.

  • Seniors, graduate students, alumni
  • All fields
  • GPA: 3.7+ recommended
  • U.S Citizens

The Marshall Scholarship funds a range of post graduate programs across the UK.

The Michel David-Weill Scholarship funds graduate study at Sciences Po.

  • Current seniors
  • All fields, economics strongly encouraged
  • GPA: 3.7+
  • U.S citizens

The Mitchell Scholarship funds one-year of post graduate study in Ireland.

The Boren Undergraduate Scholarship Program offers study abroad opportunities and funding to undergraduate students who are committed to pursue a career in U.S. government service. 

  • All undergraduate students
  • All fields of study eligible. Study abroad programs must take place in countries other than those of western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
  • Language study must be a key component of applicant’s study abroad program.
  • No minimum GPA
  • U.S Citizens

The Presidential Fellows Program provides research mentorship and conference presentation and publication support for those studying American government, specifically the executive branch.

  • Current seniors and young alumni
  • Fields aligned with governance
  • GPA: 3.7 recommended; research experience
  • U.S citizens

The Rhodes Scholarship funds two years of post graduate study at Oxford.

The St. Andrew’s Society of New York funds one-year of graduate study in Scotland.

  • Current seniors with some Scottish descent
  • All fields
  • GPA: 3.75+ recommended
  • U.S citizens

The Truman Scholarship funds graduate study and prepare leaders in public service.

  • Rising juniors; must apply early in junior year
  • All fields of study, connected to public service, eligible
  • GPA: top 25% of class recommended
  • U.S Citizens

The Yenching Academy funds a one-year Master’s of China Studies at Peking University.

  • Seniors, recent alums (up 25 years of age, preferred)
  • Fields suited for interdisciplinary study of China
  • GPA: 3.75+ recommended
  • U.S citizens and international students

The Udall Scholarships provide up to $7000 to students who have demonstrated commitment to careers related to the environment, or Native American and Alaska Native students who have demonstrated commitment to careers related to tribal public policy or Native health care. 

  • Sophomores or juniors
  • Fields of study related to the environment, public policy, or health care
  • GPA: 3.0 or higher
  • U.S Citizens, U.S. nationals, or permanent residents