Many graduate students study or conduct research abroad. There are many resources available to help cover the costs of going abroad.
Students should check with their graduate programs to help identify resources that are available for students in their discipline.
Rackham International Research Award: Up to 35 awards averaging $7,000 are given to support terminal master’s and doctoral students conducting degree-related research outside the United States and Puerto Rico. Doctoral students who have reached candidacy by September and students in terminal master’s programs who have a non-course related research project requirement for their degree are eligible to apply by the February 2, 2012 deadline.
The International Institute lists fellowships and grants available for graduate students for language study, conference travel, internships, research, and study overseas.
If you have questions about funding, please contact the Rackham Graduate School Fellowships Office at 734-764-8119 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help you!
About the Author
Douglas Keasal, Senior Fellowships Officer, Rackham Graduate School
Published in: Professional Development