Fellowship Guide

Quick Reference Chart

This table lists the major national and Dartmouth postgraduate fellowships that the Fellowship Advising Office supports. The asterisk (*) denotes fellowships that require an endorsement from the College. To begin exploring fellowships beyond those listed below, see this list of other fellowships. We have also created a list of fellowship opportunities for international students

Who Can Apply?

Scholarships & Fellowships

Purpose

1st Yr.

Soph

Jr.

 Sr.

Alum

   

X

   

*Beinecke Scholarship

 

Graduate study in Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences (U.S. Citizens or Nationals)

X

X

X

X

 

*Boren Scholarship

 

Undergraduate study of underrepresented languages/cultures critical to U.S. national security. (U.S. Citizens)

      X X *Churchill Scholarship

 

Study physical and natural sciences, engineering, or mathematics at Cambridge's Churchill College (U.S. Citizens)

     

X

X

 

*Dartmouth Graduate Study Fellowships

Graduate study in the U.S. or abroad

     

X

X

 

*Dartmouth Post-graduate Project Fellowships

Project in the U.S. or abroad

     

X

X

 

*Dartmouth Senior Law Prizes

Study Law

     

X

*DAAD Scholarship

 

Study in Germany, all fields except medicine or dentistry (U.S. and Canadian citizens)

     

X

X

*Fulbright Fellowship

 

Study, research/arts project (all fields) or teaching abroad. (U.S. Citizens)

   

 

X

X

 

*James C. Gaither Junior Fellows Program

Full-time, 1-year research assistant in Washington, DC for individuals with international affairs career interests

 

 

 

X

X

 

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Study at Cambridge, all fields

X

X

X

X

 

*Gilman Scholarship

 

Undergraduate study abroad, targeted to those receiving federal Pell Grants. All fields (U.S. citizen)

  X X

 

 

*Goldwater Scholarship

 

Students interested in mathematics, natural sciences or engineering careers (U.S. citizen, permanent resident or national)

     

X

 

 

Hertz Fellowship

Graduate study in the applied physical sciences (U.S. citizen)

      X  

*Keasbey Scholarship

 

Graduate study at Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Wales (U.S. citizen)

     

X

X

 

Knight-Hennessy Scholars

Graduate study at Stanford, any field

     

X

X

*Luce Scholarship

 

Internships in East Asia, all fields,  except Asian specialties (U.S. citizen)

      X X

*Marshall Scholarship

Study at a British university, all fields.  (U.S. Citizens)
     

X

X

 

*Mitchell Scholarship

Study at an Irish university, and field.   (U.S. Citizens)

   

 

X

X

NSF Fellowship

 

Research-based master's or doctoral degree study in STEM disciplines (U.S. citizen or permanent resident)

      X X

 

*Rhodes Scholarship

Study at Oxford University, any field.

      X  

Schwarzman Scholars

 

Study Public Policy, Economics and Business, International Relations at Tsinghua University, Beijing

     

X

 

 

*St Andrews Society Graduate Scholarship

For graduates of Scottish descent wishing to study in Scotland, any field (U.S. citizen)

    X

 

 

*Truman Scholarship

 

Graduate study for students interested in public service careers (U.S. citizen or national)

  X X

 

 

*Udall Scholarships

 

For students interested in careers in environmental public policy or who are Native American or Alaska Native and intend to pursue a health care or tribal public policy career. (U.S. citizen, national or permanent resident)

     

X

X

*Yenching Academy

 

One-year master of Chinese studies degree at a residential college within Peking University