Funding for Graduate Study Abroad
A grant program of the Cosmos Club Foundation in support of graduate students at Washington area Universities. The program provides grants to meet specific research needs not covered by other supporting funds.
Rotary Foundation Global Grants
For graduate students spending one or more academic year abroad.
Global Studies Foundation
For foreign language and other academic study abroad. Applicants must be studying abroad through an official program offered by an accredited college or university.
American Association of University Women
Fellowships and grants, including an International Fellowship for women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
The Christianson Grant is awarded to individuals who have arranged their own work abroad programs. Proposed programs must be at least six months in length and emphasize a work component. The grant program does not support independent research projects or academic study abroad programs.
Study Abroad Loans
Private loans for study abroad programs.
SIS Graduate Research Grants
For SIS graduate students pursuing research, internships, or conferences abroad.
Tinker-Walker Fellowships, SIS International Development Program
For graduate students in the M.A.I.D. and M.S.D.M. degree programs who are pursuing SRP or thesis research, a practicum, or an internship abroad.
Tinker Field Research Grants, AU Center for Latin American and Latino Studies
For graduate students conducting preliminary dissertation or thesis research in Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking Latin American and Caribbean countries.
AU Initiative for Russian Culture (AUIRC) Summer Stipends
To defray the cost of summer study and/or research in Russia.
Leo M. Bernstein Graduate Fellowship in American Democracy
For newly accepted graduate students who will begin their degree program at AU in the fall semester. The fellowship is not specifically for study abroad, but graduate fellows receive a maximum of $10,000 per year toward AU tuition.
US Government Fellowships
N.B. Must be a US citizen
For graduate students studying world regions and languages critical to US interests (excluding Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand).
Critical Language Scholarship Program
All disciplines eligible.
Fulbright U.S. Student Program
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or English Teaching Assistantships. A candidate will submit a Statement of Grant Purpose defining activities to take place during one academic year in a country outside the U.S.
Scholarships for study in Germany
The Institute of Turkish Studies Grant Program
The Institute of Turkish Studies (ITS) will offer grants and fellowships in the field of Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies to graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, universities, and other educational institutions through its Grant Program
The Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Program (IARO) and the Short Term Travel Grants Program (STG) offer U.S. scholars and professionals the opportunity to conduct policy-relevant research in Eastern Europe and Eurasia.
The American-Scandinavian Foundation
The ASF offers fellowships and grants to individuals to pursue research or study in one or more Scandinavian countries for up to one year.
Organization of American States
For full academic year (renewable for second year).
Inter-American Foundation PhD Grassroots Development Fellowship Program
IAF Fellowships support dissertation research in Latin America and the Caribbean undertaken by students who have advanced to PhD candidacy in a university in the United States. Fellows must be U.S. citizens or citizens of the independent Latin American countries.
Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
For the advanced study of Asian languages abroad.
Directories and Search Engines
AU's Office of Sponsored Programs
For list of funding opportunities and funding listserv
These search engines are useful for finding resources and funding for specific locations and disciplines. You may want to try using general search engines (like Google) to find other sources – try looking for small organizations in your home town or pertaining to your gender, race, or religion.