The Scholars Program
Since its founding more than half a century ago, the Scholars Program has been providing education and enlightenment to students in their dedicated pursuit of knowledge and leadership skills. Admitting a select group of academically accomplished, intellectually adventurous, and independently motivated students, the program prepares Scholars to pursue inspiring work, take joy in lifetime learning, and lead successful and meaningful lives.
Beinecke Scholarship Program
This program supports two years of graduate study in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Applicant must be a college junior who demonstrates superior standards of intellectual ability, scholastic achievement, and personal promise during his or her undergraduate career.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Junior Fellows Program
The Carnegie endowment offers fellowships to uniquely qualified graduating seniors and individuals who have graduated during the past academic year. Carnegie Junior Fellows work as research assistants to the Endowment’s senior associates for one year. No one will be considered who has started graduate studies.
Area of study: Open to all fields except science
Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. The program includes intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences designed to promote rapid language gains.
CLS is part of a wider government initiative to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering foreign languages that are critical to national security and economic prosperity. CLS plays an important role in preparing students for the 21st century's globalized workforce and increasing national competitiveness.
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)
Study and Research in Germany.
Eben Tisdale Fellowship
The Fellowship provides a full scholarship of $8,695 to attend the Business + Government Relations program as well as a $1,000 stipend. Through the Business + Government Relations D.C. Summer Program, Tisdale Fellows will be placed with a high-tech company, firm or trade association, take two classes worth six credits from George Mason University, and live in furnished apartments on George Washington University’s downtown campus. Fellows will also attend weekly issues seminar lunches hosted by Tisdale sponsors, as well as briefings at institutions such as the U.S. Capitol, Department of State, World Bank and Federal Reserve.
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
Through its Fellowship Programs, the Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
Predoctoral, Dissertation, and Postdoctoral fellowships will be awarded in a national competition administered by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on behalf of the Ford Foundation.
Freeman Awards for Study in Asia (Freeman-ASIA) provides scholarships for U.S. undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia.
NSEP Boren Scholarship
NSEP provides American undergraduates with the resources and encouragement they need to acquire skills and experience in countries and areas of the world critical to the future of our nation.
Must be a U. S. citizen at the time of application and applying to engage in a study abroad experience that meets home institution standards. The study abroad program must end before the applicant graduates. NSEP Service Agreement: recipients are required to seek employment with an agency or office of the federal government involved in national-security affairs.
Area of study: Agricultural and Food Sciences, Applied Sciences and Engineering, include biology, chemistry, physics, environmental sciences, mathematics, business and economics, CIS, health and biomedical science, history, international affairs, law, other social sciences.
The Brooklyn College Presidential Scholarship Program
The Presidential Scholarship ensures access to world-class professors and top-quality courses and programs. In order to be elilgible for this scholarship, you must have applied to Brooklyn College and been accepted as a matriculated student, and be enrolled as a degree-seeking student for a minimum of 30 credits per academic year. In order to remain eligible, you must maintain a grade point average of no less than 3.00 during your freshman year and 3.20 each semester and cumulatively thereafter.
The Coordinated BA-MD Program
The Coordinated B.A.-M.D. Program is an eight-year program that includes four years of undergraduate study at Brooklyn College, followed by four years of medical school at the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. This program is designed to expose future physicians to a broad range of disciplines, such as humanities and social sciences, in addition to the required fundamentals of a natural sciences curriculum.