Opportunity to join a scientific research team at this highly prestigious German university for the summer
Funds study abroad to most nations (excluding Western Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand). Provides up to $10,000 per semester. US citizens only. Interested in working in areas related to national security
Central Illinois Women's Bar Association
One $2,000 scholarship will be awarded in 2014 to a current or aspiring female law student. This scholarship is non-renewable and funded by the Central Illinois Women's Bar Association (CIWBA) and the Sangamon County Bar Association (SCBA). This is a discretionary monetary award to be used for school expenses.
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Critical Language Scholarship Program from the Department of State offers intensive summer language institutes overseas in 13 critical need languages: Arabic, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, etc. at Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Fully funded language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences for 7-10 weeks. Eligibility: US citizen. Enrolled at a U.S. undergraduate or graduate institution. All majors.
Funds study abroad. Provides transportation, tuition and stipend for one year. Choose from 140 different countries. Program is designed by the applicant. Eligibility: US citizen. Language proficiency for host country. Complete BA/BS before grant begins.
Expenses and stipend for graduate degree at Cambridge. Eligibility: Must apply to Cambridge. Under the age of 30. Any nationality outside the UK. 3.5 or higher GPA. Evidence of high potential in chosen field. Commitment to positive change.
Funds study abroad to almost any country. For undergraduates. Any major. Up to $5000 for a semester abroad. US citizen or US national. Only students with Pell Grants qualify. Consult with Office of International Programs regarding the Gilman and your plans for studying abroad.
Undergraduate expenses up to $7500 for 1-2 years for students planning research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences or engineering. US citizen, resident alien or US national. Active in field of study. Research experience is valuable. Typically 3.5 GPA or higher. Can nominate four students per year.