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Bobby Jones Fellowship (Suspended)


Open to: Seniors; current Emory graduate students
Award type:
Area(s) of study: Divinity, International Relations, Philosophy, and Neuroscience
Award criteria: academic achievement
Award provides: One year of graduate study, including tuition waiver and living stipend, at the University of St Andrews in Scotland
Open to international students: Yes

This award is currently suspended.
  • Have earned a Bachelor’s degree
  • Be prepared to undertake a one-year residential Master’s program in the School of Divinity, the School of International Relations, Philosophy, or Neuroscience.

The Bobby Jones, Jr. Fellowship honors the late Robert T. Jones, Jr., an internationally renowned golfer, Emory alumnus, and extraordinary human being. The award provides one year of graduate study to an Emory University student (in any school) who has excelled academically and who will benefit from graduate academic experience at the University of St Andrews.

The selection committee seeks highly motivated individuals with records of academic and intellectual excellence and academic interests that may be pursued through the offerings at St Andrews. Current and former Robert T. Jones, Jr. Scholarship recipients are not eligible for this fellowship.

This award is currently suspended.
  • Application form
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Résumé or CV
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Official Transcript(s)


This award is currently suspended.


Lamija Grbic' ('17C), Sociology; Philosophy


Bryan Reines ('16C), Political Science; Philosophy


Irina Lucaciu (‘15C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Comparative Literature


Stepheni Uh (‘14C), Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology


Jacob Murphy (‘13C), History; English

If you are interested in learning more about the application process and recommended timeline, visit our main Canvas course.

If you are not currently enrolled in our Canvas course, you may self enroll.
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