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Royal Anthropological Institute and Anthropologists’ Fund for Urgent Anthropological Research (AFUAR)

The fellowship is designed to support ethnographic research on currently threatened indigenous peoples, cultures and languages. Its primary aim is to contribute to anthropological knowledge through detailed ethnography.

Award Amount:


Deadline: August
Ruth Landes Memorial Research Fund

Grants are available to scholars and other professionally qualified individuals of recognized merit for work toward a doctoral dissertation, for postdoctoral work, or for independent scholarship that relate to Ruth Landes' work (anthropology).

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Deadline: Rolling
SAI Faculty Fellows Program

The purposes of the Faculty Fellows Program are to foster a deeper connection between faculty from affiliate schools and Italian institutions and to provide opportunities to faculty for continuing their research and studies. In addition to pursuing individual research interests, the Faculty Fellow may serve as an occasional guest lecturer in their area of study for the SAI program in Florence or Rome and Milan. Proposed topics should be submitted as part of the application. The fellowship is individually designed, based on the faculty’s needs and interests.


Criteria for selection include demonstration of the faculty’s interest in pursuing scholarly activities that develop or expand breadth and depth of knowledge regarding Italy.

Award Amount:

Air travel and housing for one month.

Deadline: January
Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York

In 1956, Saint Andrew’s Society expanded its mission to include a merit-based scholarship program. Since its inception, the Scholarship Program has awarded nearly 200 graduate-level academic scholarships to promote exchange between American and Scottish universities.

The Society awards five scholarships annually, each valued at $35,000 USD, to support graduate study for one year - three for US students to study in Scotland and two for Scottish students to study in the United States - all of whom are invited to study at a university in their respective areas of study to continue their education. The scholarships are granted for tuition, maintenance and travel. The candidates are of the highest caliber and have varying fields of interest: Law, Finance, Journalism, Education and the Arts.

Scholarship candidates from the United States must be of Scottish descent. The student who qualifies for the Macmillan Scholarship, named after Agnes and Peggy Macmillan, must reside in New England, New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania.

  •  U.S. Ciziten
  • Academic Achievement
  • Financial Need
  • Scottish Decent
Award Amount:


Deadline: December 14
Samuel Huntington Public Service Fellowship Award

The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award provides a $15,000 stipend for a graduating college senior to pursue one year of public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career. 


Must be graduating from a U.S. institution

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Deadline: January
Sant’Anna Institute-Sorrento Lingue Study Abroad Scholarship - Order of Sons of Italy in America

Sant'Anna Institute-Sorrento Lingue will offer 2 scholarships for study abroad at its campus in Sorrento, Italy; a four-week Italian course and a fall semester program


U.S. Citizen of Italian decent / Currently in junior or senior year of undergrad study / Basic knowledge of the Italian language preferred

Award Amount:

Cost of accommodations and excursions, and a reduction in course fees

Deadline: February
Saunders College of Business Merit Award for Study Abroad

Each year many generous alumni and corporate donors contribute funds to dozens of Saunders College of Business merit awards. These donations enable the Saunders College to distribute merit awards to Saunders College of Business students who have demonstrated strong leadership abilities and who have excelled within their academic programs. Funds can be used to study abroad.

For more information contact contact Clarissa Baston,


Full time (12 credits), 3.2 GPA

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Deadline: April
School for Field Studies Scholarships

School for Field Studies offers need-based scholarships.


Demonstrated financial need.

Award Amount:


Deadline: varies
Schwarzman Scholars

Schwarzman Scholars will build invaluable professional and personal connections in Beijing and beyond through a dynamic Student Life Program. Beyond daily life in Beijing: Schwarzman Scholars will travel throughout China to explore themes related to their academic concentrations and professional interests.

*For this particular program it is required that you make an appointment to be reviewed at our office.


Aged 18-28, completed undergraduate degree, English language proficiency

Award Amount:

All tuition, fees, room and board, health insurance, travel, laptop, smartphone, stipend.

Deadline: September
Scotland's Saltire Scholarship

The scholarships are available to students as part of a wider strategy to promote Scotland as a study destination and showcase Scotland’s higher education offering in international markets.


Acceptance into Scottish University studying science, technology, creative industries, financial services, renewable and clean energy/demonstrate ability to fund the remainder of stay in Scotland

Award Amount:

Provides £4000 for any one year of full time study towards a degree at a Scottish university.

Deadline: May


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