Our office provides comprehensive advising and administers the application and endorsement process for over 20 merit-based national scholarships and 6 Emory internal awards. (We also provide advice and assistance with the application process for a select group of nationally-competitive awards that do not require Emory endorsement.) These awards fund summer fellowship experiences, undergraduate tuition, graduate tuition, independent research, and professional placements in the US and abroad. This includes awards like the Rhodes Scholarship (graduate study at the University of Oxford in the UK), Fulbright grants (study, research, and teaching in over 100 countries abroad), the Truman Scholarship (graduate study for leaders committed to public service), and many more.
While some of the awards we administer require that applicants have a very high GPA in order to be competitive, many award committees are seeking candidates who have strengths in multiple areas, including academic achievement, research, service, community engagement, and/or leadership.
Use the links on the sidebar to explore opportunities open to students from all backgrounds, disciplines, and levels, and then make an appointment to meet with an advisor. We can…
- Help you determine what scholarship(s) may be a good fit
- Advise you on your eligibility for particular scholarships
- Guide you through the application process
- Provide help in selecting your letter of recommendation writers
- Assist you with essays, grant proposals and personal statements
- Prepare you for interviews
- Discuss your academic, personal, and professional goals and aspirations
- Offer resources for identifying additional opportunities and experiences beyond those that our office administers
Fulbright US Student Program
Fulbright grants fund one year of research, study, or English teaching in a foreign country for students with previous research experience or significant teaching, tutoring, or mentoring experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (open to seniors, recent alums, and graduate students).
Each year Emory graduates recieve Fulbright grants to live, work, and study in countries like Spain, Germany, Turkey, and Malaysia.