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Below you will find a list of fellowships and grants.

See your state and language-specific organization's webpages for more grants and scholarships.
See also our Study Abroad Language Scholarships list.
If you are interested in Grants or Scholarships for your students, see our Student section below.

Study Abroad Language Scholarships

National Security Education Program: Boren Scholarships

Austrian American Educational Commission Teaching Assistantship

French Ministry of Education Teaching Assistantship

Princeton in Asia Teaching Fellows

Spanish Ministry of Education and Science North American Language and Culture Assistants

Gilman International Scholarship Program

Freeman-Asia Program

Bridging Scholarships for Study in Japan

Morgan Stanley Scholarships for Study in Japan

German Academic Exchange Service

National Security Internship

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The Advanced Study of Khmer Study Abroad Program - funding from the US Dept. of Education, Fulbright-Hays and Group Projects

The Belgian American Educational Foundation

Global Studies Foundation

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Boren Scholarship for undergraduate study abroad.  Application deadline January 31, 2012 or

ACTFL Scholarships for 2012.  Various deadlines from January 1 to March 31, 2012.

The Language Flagship
The Language Flagship is a breakthrough in foreign language and culture instruction in the United States designed to help individuals achieve superior-level proficiency in critical languages including Arabic, Chinese, Korean, and Persian. Flagship students participate in advanced language programs offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

The Language Flagship Fellowship is an award for up to two-years for graduate students to support their intensive language study at Flagship institutions in the U.S. and overseas. Flagship Fellowships are available for the study of Arabic, Chinese, Korean, and Persian at designated Flagship Programs. Eligible applicants for Flagship Fellowships must be U.S. citizens with advanced proficiency in the Flagship language of study. Past recipients of Boren Scholarships or Fellowships are eligible to apply for the Flagship Fellowship. In addition, students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate Flagship programs may apply for Boren funding to participate in overseas Flagship programs.

Flagship Fellowship Application Deadline: January 12, 2012.

Application information can be found online at You can also email

starThe Fulbright Program

Today, Fulbright is the most widely recognized and prestigious international exchange program in the world, supported for more than half a century by the American people through an annual appropriation from the U.S. Congress and by the people of partner nations. The program—working with universities, schools, binational Fulbright commissions, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations and the private sector—actively seeks out individuals of achievement and potential who represent the full diversity of their respective societies and selects nominees through open, merit-based competitions.



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