10 Graduate School Scholarships Fully Funded
Graduate school is costly, and you can not simply turn to parents or your partner, who may not be able to help at all. Fortunately, many scholarships are focused on facilitating your enrollment into a graduate program. But how do you find the best of these scholarships for graduate school?
There are numerous scholarships (sometimes it feels like too many) that IAJN suggest for you, so finding the best one can be confusing.
1. Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship:
Students are pursuing a graduate degree in international affairs or related subjects. Fellowships assist fellows with tuition, extra program expenses, and internship stipends.
2. Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans:
Over two years, new Americans may earn up to $90,000 to pursue a full-time master's degree in any discipline at an American university in the United States. Must be under 30, born in the United States to two immigrant parents, or born as a noncitizen abroad.
3. Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholarships:
Total funding for study at an international institution in any subject aligned with the following priority areas: peace and conflict resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternity and child health, primary education and literacy, and economic and community development.
4. Schwarzman Scholarship:
Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, provides a master's degree in one year as part of the Schwarzman Scholarship. All courses are offered in English at the brand-new, cutting-edge Schwarzman College, where students may live and study on campus.
5. Marshall Scholarships:
American students who want to pursue postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom have some policies. United States's excellent undergraduates are supported to pursue master's degrees in the United Kingdom. Students can choose any field of study.
6. Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship Program:
The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship Program is for aspiring diplomats. The Rangel Graduate Fellowship Program offers up to $95,000 in benefits over two years for a two-year master's degree, organizes internships on Capitol Hill and in U.S. embassies, and offers mentorship and career development assistance.
7. CyberCorps Scholarships for Service:
Unique endeavour to grow and improve the number of government information assurance professionals. Its responsibility is to protect the government's information infrastructure.
8. Robertson Foundation for Government Service:
Certain partner universities provide total funding for master's degrees in international relations, policy, and related fields. Citizens of the United States speak a foreign language with functional fluency (attained by graduation).
9. Gates Cambridge:
Exceptional international candidates who want to pursue a postgraduate degree, this scholarship is about any topic at Cambridge University.
10. Rhodes Scholarships:
The Rhodes Scholarship Program is the world's oldest and maybe most known international graduate scholarship program. It encourages outstanding students to pursue any course of study at Oxford University.
Most universities provide scholarships for both in-state and out-of-state students, so do a little research on your own. You might be able to find financial assistance based on the school you choose. IAJN hope the information above has been helpful in your search for a scholarship. Good luck!
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