Boren Fellowship Awards 2023 for International Students
The Boren Fellowship Awards 2023 for International Students are presently accepting applications from eligible and exceptional international students who desire to enroll in the Boren Fellowship program in the United States. These fellowships assist with the funding of research and academic pursuits in regions of the world that are crucial to U.S. interests.
Boren Fellowship recipients must follow extra guidelines when designing their self-led research, internship, or study programs. They can also obtain financial support for domestic summer language programs directly preceding their overseas study.
The Boren Awards don’t mandate grantees to gain academic credit from their home institution for their study abroad program. Many kinds of programs are qualified to receive Boren Awards funding, which includes study abroad programs organized by the grantee’s home institution, a consortium of universities, or another American institution. Moreover, Boren Awards funding is applicable to overseas programs with a substantial language element organized by an independent provider, as well as direct enrollment in foreign universities or independent language schools.
The Boren Fellowships offer U.S. graduate students a maximum of $30,000 to enhance their graduate education by focusing on language study, area study, or improving their language proficiency, in order to gain a significant international experience.
Fellowship Sponsor(s): Boren, USA
Host Institution(s): Institute of International Education (IIE), USA
Fellowship Worth: Up to $30,000
Number of Awards: Several
Scholarship Level: Graduates
Nationality: International Students
Requirements and Eligibility Criteria for the Boren Fellowship Awards 2023 for International Students:
- Applicants may be matriculated in or applying to a graduate degree program located within the United States and accredited by a body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Boren Fellows must be matriculated in a graduate degree program by the start date of their fellowship and may not graduate until the fellowship is complete.
- Planning to study in a country of which they are not a citizen
- Eligible graduate degree programs include master’s (MA, MS, MBA, LLM and others), juris doctor (JD), or doctoral (PhD, MD and others) programs. Non-degree certificate programs are not eligible by themselves
In addition to these basic eligibility criteria, the Boren Awards give preference to programs based on their duration, focus on intensive study of a preferred language in a preferred country, and the applicant’s field of study.
Application Procedures for the Boren Fellowship Awards 2023 for International Students (How to Apply):
Prospective candidates who wish to apply for Boren Fellowship Awards for International Students are advised to inform their Boren Awards campus representative as soon as possible during the application procedure.
Application Deadline: Not Stated
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