By Stephanie Small
Published February 24, 2012
Graduate fellowships are a great way to finance part – or all – of your graduate school education. While you’re obligated to pay back loans, plus interest, fellowships offer an opportunity to work in your academic field for pay. Some fellowships even offer financial assistance with no work obligations, only academic ones. An institutional fellowship is awarded by the school itself, while a portable fellowship is issued by the government or an independent organization, and can be applied to any institution.
Information compiled by the GradSchools.com team, edited by Laura Morrison, February 2014
Graduate School Scholarship Opportunities Online
For all the convenience it affords, the Internet is not without its drawbacks. Simple searches can yield a veritable glut of information, and scholarship queries are no exception. If you’re scouring the Net for an all-inclusive list of graduate scholarships, let us save you some trouble: there isn’t one.
Information compiled by the GradSchools.com team - last updated August 2010
Ready to submit your scholarship application? Are you sure? We've put together a few pointers to help you make sure you've got everything you need, and haven't made any major gaffs.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship | New York State Senate, Student Programs Office: Richard J. Roth Journalism Fellowship | Amelia Earhart Fellowship for Women | American Architectural Foundation and Friends of Vieilles Maisons Francaises: Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship
By Laura Morrison, June 2014