Who funds Boren scholarship?
Boren Scholarships are funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), which focuses on geographic areas, languages and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security, broadly defined.
How competitive is Boren scholarship?
It’s no wonder the Boren Fellowship is a highly competitive award, providing an opportunity for both study abroad and a career in the Federal government. The key to winning a Boren Fellowship is crafting an application that meets the needs of the program.
What is Boren Fellowship?
BOREN FELLOWSHIPS Fund research and language study proposals by U.S. graduate students in world regions critical to U.S. interests. Maximum awards are determined by duration abroad: Up to $25,000 for 25-52 weeks (preferred) Up to $12,500 for 12-24 weeks.
How many Boren Fellowships are awarded?
In 2021, the national nominating panel selected 124 Boren Fellows from 334 graduate applications and 188 Boren Scholars from 626 undergraduate applications. The institutions cited below were the top recipients of these awards based on initial selections — i.e. before declined awards and the promotion of alternates.
How much is the Boren scholarship?
Boren Scholarships provide up to $25,000 to U.S. undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.
What is the Beinecke Scholarship?
The Beinecke African Scholarship Program was established in 1996 in cooperation with the Wildlife Conservation Society. The program was established to enable African students to pursue graduate study in conservation or wildlife ecology at a University in the United States.
How long is the Boren Fellowship?
The minimum duration of an eligible program is 12 weeks for most Boren Awards applicants. (A special exception to this rule exists for undergraduate STEM majors, who may propose summer programs of 8 weeks or longer — see below).
What is a State Department fellow?
Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship (FAIT) The Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship (FAIT) is designed to attract outstanding students to prepare for a career applying their technology skills in support of the business of diplomacy as Information Management Specialists.