OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY RECTOR (INTERNATIONALISATION AND GLOBAL NETWORK)
List of International Fellowships
- Fulbright Foreign Student Program
- The Fulbright Fellowship program is an international student exchange program for bright students. They provide access to a thriving community of scholars and support groups. The program operates in more than 150 countries worldwide. Around 4000 students make it to the fellowship every year.
- Link: https://foreign.fulbrightonline.org/
- Amelia Earhart Fellowship
- Zonta International Foundation offers Amelia Earhart Fellowship to female candidates from all nationalities. They only select the best candidates and they expect excellent academic records. Women who want to pursue PhD in Science and Engineering subjects are welcome to apply. They offer $10000 in stipends to their fellows.
- Link: https://foundation.zonta.org/Our-Programs/Educational-Programs/Amelia-Earhart-Fellowship
- American Association of University Women International Fellowship
- American Association of University Women is a non-profit organization launched in 1881. Since then it has conducted a number of programs to empower women all over the world. They offer International Fellowships to qualified woman graduates from all nations. Both graduate and post-graduate research opportunities are open for researchers. Fellowships have been awarded to more than 3600 women from over 150 countries.
- Link: https://www.aauw.org/what-we-do/educational-funding-and-awards/international-fellowships/
- Asian Development Bank Fellowship
- The Asian Development Bank offers a Japan Scholarship program that offers scholarship opportunities to students from all countries. Around 150 post-graduate scholarships are available every year. The scholarships are eligible for development related fields including Science & Technology, Economics, Management etc. The scholarship bears full academic fee, living expenses, accommodation and a monthly stipend. Medical and travel insurance are also covered by the program.
- Link: https://www.adb.org/site/careers/japan-scholarship-program/main
- Chevening Fellowship
- Chevening is an International Scholarship and Fellowship award scheme based in the UK. UK government sponsors the program and it welcomes students from all countries to apply. The candidates are selected by the British embassies of the respective countries. The fellowships offer professional development and training opportunities to students while they spend time in the UK.
- Link: https://www.chevening.org/fellows
- University of Southern California International Arts Fellowship
- University of Southern California invites potential artists from all around the world to join them as fellows. Emerging artists can apply for graduate studies to any of the six art schools of USC. They prefer arts students from Pacific Rim, Latin America and South Asia. Candidates from other regions can apply as well. Travel, tuition and living expenses will be paid by the fellowship.
- Link: https://globalartists.usc.edu/
- Newton International Fellowship
- If you’re into research in the Physical, Natural or Social sciences then you can apply for Newton Fellowship. The opportunity allows you to work with leading researchers in the UK. Fellows are entitled to £24,000 per year to cover living expenses and £8000 for research expenses. An additional £2000 relocation allowance is also available to fellows.
- Link: https://royalsociety.org/grants-schemes-awards/grants/newton-international/
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Zaragoza Scholarship Program
- The Zaragoza Logistics Center at MIT offers scholarships for students from developing countries seeking a masters or PhD.
- Link: https://www.zlc.edu.es/education/mit-zaragoza-masters/financial-aid/scholarships/
- Asia Foundation Development Fellows
- The Asia Foundation Development Fellowship is a learning program designed for highly talented Asian individuals, under age 40, to enhance leadership skills, Asian development knowledge, professional networks, and international exposure. The 2019 program will consist of two intensive modules, including two weeks in Asia and another two weeks in the United States, allowing fellows to stay in their current occupations during the Fellowship year.
- Link: http://asiafoundation.org/what-we-do/asia-foundation-development-fellows