Awards for International Students
BREDOW SCHOLARSHIP · Emory award for students with significant leadership in the Jewish community and unmet financial need; provides partial tuition for one year (apply January of freshman, sophomore, or junior year).
CARNEGIE FELLOWSHIP · One-year professional experience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for academically outstanding students committed to a career in international affairs (apply November of senior year or as an alum within one year of graduation).
SONNY CARTER SCHOLARSHIP · Emory award that provides partial tuition for senior year in Emory College for students with outstanding academic records and significant leadership and service experience (apply February of junior year).
DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).
ROBERT W. WOODRUFF DEAN’S ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP (DAS) · Emory award that provides a partial tuition scholarship for each remaining year, along with membership in the Emory Scholars Program; emphasizes academic achievement, service, and leadership (apply May of freshman or sophomore year; not open to Oxford continuees).
GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).
HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).
HUMANITY IN ACTION JOHN LEWIS FELLOWSHIP · Funds a 4-week summer program at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights on diversity and civil rights in America for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).
BOBBY JONES FELLOWSHIP · Emory award that funds a one-year master’s degree at the University of St Andrews in Scotland in the schools of Divinity or International Relations, or in the Neuroscience program (requires NBB endorsement); open to students enrolled in any Emory school; emphasizes academic achievement (apply January of senior year or as an early-career Emory graduate student).
BOBBY JONES SCHOLARSHIP · Emory award that funds one year of study at the University of St Andrews in Scotland in any field; open to students enrolled in any Emory school; emphasizes academic excellence, leadership, and exemplary character, integrity, and citizenship (apply January of senior year or as an early-career Emory graduate student).
KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).
MELLON UNDERGRADUATE CURATORIAL FELLOWSHIP · Funds a multi-year professional program at the High Museum for students from ethnically diverse backgrounds with interest in art, art history, or the museum field (apply February of freshman or sophomore year).
PETIT · Funds a year-long comprehensive research experience at Georgia Tech’s Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience for students with outstanding academic records and strong research potential (apply September of sophomore or junior year).
PPIA (PUBLIC POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS) FELLOWSHIP · Provides funding for graduate study and participation in the PPIA Junior Summer Institute for students committed to a career in public service, public policy, and/ or international affairs who have an outstanding academic record (apply November of junior year).
**Princeton and Berkeley campus programs ONLY - now open to internaitonal students and DACA students**
RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply through home country; age limits and residency/university attendance requirements vary by country).
**Non-US Rhodes competitions take place in the following countries/regions: Australia, Bermuda, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Jamaica and the Commonwealth Caribbean, Kenya, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Southern Africa (including South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia and Swaziland), SJLP (Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine), United Arab Emirates, West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, the island of Saint Helena, Senegal, Sierra Leone, São Tomé and Principe and Togo), Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
SCHWARZMAN SCHOLARSHIP · Funds a one-year Master’s in public policy, economics and business, or international studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China for students with outstanding academic achievement, leadership experience, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year or up to age 29).
CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).