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Member of society, demonstrated leadership, attendance at one society event, enrolled in the semester after being abroad
At least 3 years of post-Ph.D. degree academic experience A completed application form with all relevant attachments Affiliation with a university or research institute
U.S. Citizen / Must hold a bachelors degree / Students can apply without being accepted to an institution before the application deadline, but must submit documentation of admission/invitation if awarded a scholarship / The project/academic field must be of mutual benefit to the two countries.
OAS Academic Scholarships are awarded for full-time studies at any university in an OAS Member State, with the exception of the applicant’s sponsoring country / OAS Scholarship Recipients must return and remain in the sponsoring country for a period of no less than twenty four (24) months after completing the program of study /Be a citizen or permanent resident of an OAS Member State.
Established in 2011 in memory of Paul Anthony Bonenfant, this scholarship enables students enrolled in engineering and/or physical science programs to attend semester-abroad programs offered through their accredited college or university. The goal of the scholarship is to provide international experience to students as they prepare for professional lives that promote global engagement and collaboration. This $8,000 scholarship is open to any undergraduate or graduate student studying in the US. Key universities include, but are not limited to: The California Institute of Technology, Cornell University, and The Ohio State University.
- Applicants must be undergraduate students enrolled in engineering and/or physical science programs at one of the participating universities/institutes.
- Applicants must have at least a 3.0 grade point average (or the equivalent).
- Applicants must have applied for or been accepted to a study-abroad program of at least 6 weeks’ duration offered by their university/institute.
- Applicants must show a demonstrated interest in optics related research and applications.
- Applicants must exhibit financial need as determined by their participating institutions and must demonstrate that in the absence of this scholarship, their study abroad experience would not be financially feasible.
- Applicants must be residents of the U.S. and 12-year pre-college graduates from schools in the U.S. (Note - this requirement support of the Scholarship’s focus on promoting global engagement between students living in the U.S. and their counterparts around the world.)
- Applicants must agree that if selected as the Scholarship recipient they will blog and/or utilize social media platforms to document their trip, share their experiences and the insights they have gained from living in another culture.
Must be under the age of 40. For those on a career path that does or will involve active use of the French language. Must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution with a 3.0 minimum GPA in French language and literature as a major. Must demonstrate superior competence in French. Transcript. 3 letters of recommendation. List of publications. Work and study plans.
Phi Kappa Phi Member
3.75 GPA, you have already been accepted into your study abroad program
The purpose of the residence program is to host artists and writers who have a specific project to develop in Paris. This project should preferably be carried out in partnership with a previously specified local institution or other structure, a company, or an artist, in Paris or the surrounding area for artists in the fields of visual or performing arts and for writers as part of a research project.
Monthly stipend of €1500
The Rhodes Scholarships are postgraduate awards supporting exceptional students from around the world to study at the University of Oxford. 32 awards are given each year.
*For this particular program it is required that you make an appointment to be reviewed at our office.
At least 18 but not yet 24 years of age (i.e., the applicant must still be 23 on October 1 in the year of application)/ Have bachelor's degree by Oct 1/The applicant must be eligible to apply through one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia: either in the state where he or she was legally resident on April 15 in the year of application, or where he or she will have received at least two years of college training and a bachelor’s degree before October 1 in the year following election. (U.S. citizens who are residents of U.S. territories are only eligible to apply if they will have at least two years of college training and a bachelor’s degree from a college or university in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia.)
Tuition at Oxford, plus £13,658 annual stipend