University of Illinois

National and International Scholarships Program

We assist you through the prestigious fellowship application process in your quest for greater knowledge, personal growth, and professional development.
We assist you through the prestigious fellowship application process in your quest for greater knowledge, personal growth, and professional development. As an additional benefit, you just might win a scholarship...
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As an additional benefit, you just might win a scholarship...

 

Our program administers a variety of nationally competitive awards for University of Illinois students and alumni. Opportunities include undergraduate and graduate study, research, and teaching - often in foreign countries.

We provide advice and feedback for candidates throughout the application process. We can help you unlock your potential, learn about yourself, and become more competitive for scholarships.

Interested persons -- from freshmen, to Ph.D. candidates, to recent alumni -- are encouraged to make an appointment to discuss these opportunities.

We look forward to hearing from you!

David Schug, Director

 

Upcoming Events

Information sessions will be held throughout the spring for students interested in learning more about scholarship opportunities for graduate study, research, and teaching abroad.Information sessions will be held throughout the spring for students interested in learning more about scholarship opportunities for graduate study, research, and teaching abroad.

Wednesday, April 9;

Friday, April 11 &

Tuesday, April 15

Freshman & Sophomores- 10 Spring Scholarship Sessions

Focus on what students can do to strengthen Scholarship candidacy (All sessions held in IUB, room 514 (enter doors near Coble Hall)

Wednesday, April 9- 5-5:30pm

Friday, April 11- 1:30-2pm; 2-2:30pm; 3:30-4pm; 4-4:30pm

Tuesday, April 15- 1:30-2pm; 2-2:30pm; 3-3:30pm; 3:30-4pm; 4:30-5pm

Thursday, May 8

Fulbright Workshop-

One year of study or research in any country where there is a Fulbright Commission. Some shorter term and English teaching programs available. Seniors, graduate/professional students, and graduates are eligible to apply. Must be a U.S. citizen.

location- Altgeld Hall, room 314 3:30pm-5pm

Monday, June 2 Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell & Gates Priority Deadline
Tuesday, July 1 Fulbright Priority Deadline