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Balassi Institute Graduate Fellowship in Hungarian Studies

The Fellowship will be given to a student who has been admitted to the University Graduate
School at Indiana University-Bloomington and is primarily engaged in research falling within
the field of Hungarian language and area studies, including but not limited to Hungarian culture
and history. Indiana University is a research university with world-class programs in both area
studies and the disciplines; its libraries hold the richest university-based Hungarian collections
in the US. Strong preference is given to citizens of the US and Canada. Annual fellowship
benefits include tuition remission, health insurance, and a fellowship stipend (expected
minimum $12,000). Recipients can apply annually for renewal. Applicants should submit a
letter of interest, description of your research and two letters of recommendation to the Balassi
Institute Graduate Fellowship Selection Committee, IU CEUS.