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Rotary Clubs International
The Rotary Clubs International provides hundreds of small fellowships and grants in many areas:finance, banking, venture capital. Fellows are required to be ?ambassadors? for the Rotary Club?in their area. Funding is generally for one year. Applications are made to the?Rotary Club??in one?s country.
Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)
In addition to providing research grants to U.S. faculty & scholars, Fulbright runs scholarship programs for international students in over 140 countries, for any field ofgraduate study.Program administration is through the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), but students should apply through the Fulbright Commission in their country or through a local U.S. Embassy.Funding is through the U.S. Department of State and covers partial tuition, monthly stipend and materials allowance, and insurance. Students must leave the U.S. for a minimum of two years after graduation, preferably returning to their home country.?Website?
International Fellowship Program
Support for up to three years of formal graduate-level study leading to a masters or doctoral degree. Fellows are selected from countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, and?Russia. Highly competitive program, providing grants in three main areas:
Asset Building and Community Development
Education, Media, Arts and Culture
Peace and Social Justice
International Research and Exchanges Board
IREX administers various fellowships for non-degree study, one-year and two-year graduate study in the U.S. for foreign nationals within 11 areas of study: Business Administration,Economics, Education, Environmental Management, International Affairs, Journalism and MassCommunication, Law, Library and Information Science, Public Administration, Public Health?and Public Policy. Host university must make application to receive scholars. Funding coverspartial tuition, monthly stipend, materials allowance, insurance, J-1 visa support, test fees (for?5 finalists).Website
Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Fellowship
As a member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, Tuck awards scholarships to students selected via the Consortium.
Need- and Merit-Based Scholarships
Tuck offers scholarships to U.S. and international students based on a combination of need and merit.
Exceptional women candidates who have been admitted to Tuck will be nominated for consideration for the Fort? Foundation Scholarship by the director of admissions