2022 U.S.-Andean Innovation Fund Grant Competition | Due August 28, 2022

Since the launch of the 2022 U.S.-Andean Innovation Fund Grant Competition, the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund has held a series of webinars to inform interested applicants about the competition requirements and assist teams in developing a competitive grant proposal. The webinars featured representatives from Partners of the Americas, EducationUSA, and past and current 100K grant recipients.

Vice-Chancellor’s Social Champion Scholarship – University of Canberra | Due October 9, 2022

Three scholarships will be offered to international students intending to commence at UC in semester 1 2023, who exhibit the University of Canberra’s core values and demonstrate a commitment to social engagement, sustainability and reducing inequalities.

We particularly encourage applications from students who:

-live in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa and South Asia.
-do not otherwise have the resources to finance international study.
-do not have access to other significant scholarships (example: Australia Awards).

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program | Due September 15, 2022

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers over 800 awards in more than 135 countries for U.S. citizens to teach, conduct research and carry out professional projects around the world. College and university faculty, as well as artists and professionals from a wide range of fields can join over 400,000 Fulbrighters who have come away with enhanced skills, new connections, and greater mutual understanding.

Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia and Latin America | Due August 31, 2022

The Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia (PMSA) and Latin America (PMSLA) are funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand Manapou ki te Ao (ENZ).
Since 2013, the Scholarships have enabled more than 2,400 New Zealanders to broaden their horizons through life-changing learning experiences in Asia and Latin America.

Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans | Due October 27, 2022

The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans program is intended for immigrants and children of immigrants who are pursuing full-time graduate degrees at United States institutions. To be eligible, you will have a bachelor’s degree as of the fall of 2023. You may be applying to graduate school at the same time that you are applying to the Fellowship, or you may already be enrolled in the graduate program that you are seeking funding for as of the application deadline. The Fellowship is open to all fields of study and fully accredited full-time graduate and professional degree programs. To be eligible for the 2023 Fellowship, you should be planning to be enrolled full-time in an eligible graduate degree program at a US university for the full 2023-24 academic year. To be eligible, you must not have begun the third year of the program that you are seeking funding for as of the October 27, 2022 deadline. Individuals who have a previous graduate degree are eligible. For individuals in a joint- or dual-degree program, the program you are enrolled in for the 2023-24 academic year must meet the eligibility requirements.

Chevening Scholarships | Due November 1, 2022

Chevening Scholarships enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue one-year master’s degrees in the UK. Whilst there is no ‘typical’ Chevening Scholar, we are looking for the kind of people who have the passion, ideas, and influence to provide the solutions and leadership needed to create a better future.

George Mitchell Scholarship | Due September 30, 2022

The George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program is a nationally competitive award for U.S. citizens sponsored by the US-Ireland Alliance. Named in honor of the former U.S. Senator’s pivotal contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process, the Mitchell Scholarship is designed to introduce and connect future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to public service.

Marshall Scholarships | Due September 20, 2022

Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.

Churchill Scholarship | Due November 2, 2022

The Churchill Scholarship was established at the request of Sir Winston Churchill as part of the founding of Churchill College, Cambridge. It fulfills his vision of deepening the US–UK partnership in order to advance science and technology on both sides of the Atlantic, ensuring our future prosperity and security.

Graduate Education Scholarships | Due September 30, 2023

The American Australian Association established its Graduate Education Fund in 2002 to provide much needed financial support and assistance to American and Australian individuals to undertake innovative and transformational Masters, Ph.D. or Postdoctoral study and research in each other’s countries respectively. With more than 900 scholars and alumni and almost US $14 million awarded to date, we are committed to helping advance graduate education, in order to enable our countries most valuable resource – human capital – to unlock creative new solutions to global challenges and improve the quality of life for all citizens.

International Fellowships for Professionals | Due November 10, 2022

The scheme may be used for:
-developing new lines of research through overseas collaboration
-making ‘discipline-hopping excursions’ into new areas of research
-developing innovations in teaching
preparing for collaborative grant applications
-observing and sharing ground-breaking techniques or practices

Schwarzman College Luksic Fellowship | Due September 20, 2022

The Luksic Fellowship of the Schwarzman Scholars program is an annual funding designation for one Chilean or Latin American candidate for the Master’s program at Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University. This program was created to respond to the international landscape of the 21st century, under the belief that the success of future leaders around the world depends upon an understanding of China’s role in global trends.

American-Scandinavian Foundation | Awards for Study in Scandinavia | Due November 1, 2022

The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) offers year-long fellowships of up to $23,000 and short term (1-3 months) fellowships of up to $5,000 to graduate students (preferably conducting dissertation research) and academic professionals interested in pursuing research or creative-arts projects in the Nordic region (Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sámpi, and Sweden).

Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship | Due September 15, 2022

FEA invests in deserving U.S. undergraduates who are least likely to study abroad. More than 100 volunteer reviewers read applications each cycle. In partnership with them, we consider financial need, demographic factors, and academic plan and preparedness to decide our scholarship recipients.

Asia-Pacific Academic | APTU Scholarship | Due November 1, 2022

APA TO YOU Scholarships are a need-based scholarships granted by APA each year to students on study abroad programs. Scholarship selection is based on academic performance, community involvement, financial need, and inclusion in traditionally underrepresented communities in study abroad programs, whether or not those programs are working with APA.

IES Abroad | Faculty-Led Program Awards | Due October 1, 2022

IES Abroad Customized & Faculty-Led Programs has been running unique and tailored study abroad programs for more than 65 years. They would like to turn your idea into a reality for you and your students. We are proud to offer three awards for winners to put towards a two- to six-week, faculty-led study abroad program during the Spring or Summer 2023 term.

NAFSA RISE Fellowship | Due August 15, 2022

NAFSA is proudly presents its flagship diversity, equity and inclusion program: the NAFSA RISE (Representation, Inclusion, Support and Empowerment) Fellowship, with the following goals:
-Provide representation of international education professionals from underrepresented minority backgrounds
-Ensure the inclusion of participants into established professionally recognized NAFSA programming and networks
-Support the continued learning and sustained engagement of participants as they establish themselves in their professional journey
-Lead the empowerment of participants with resources and tools to help them give back to their institutions and communities, and the field at large

Stevens Initiative | 2022 Virtual Exchange Grant Competition | Due September 29, 2022

The 2022 Virtual Exchange Grant Competition will award funding to nonprofit organizations and educational institutions for the design and implementation of innovative virtual exchange programs. After a challenging two years, young people are eager for connection that was lost during a time of isolation. Virtual exchange remains a critical and accessible global education tool that educators and exchange leaders can use to help young people build global competencies, make lasting friendships, and gain valuable career-readiness skills.