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May 31 - Deadline for the Schwarzman scholarship China application system

Summer Conferences for Undergraduates:

Public Service - June 7 - Denver

Ethics and Practice - June 15 - DC

Public Trust and Public Policy - June 15 - Malibu

Social Justice in Public Service - June 22 - Los Angeles

Leadership, Sustainability, Equity in Urban Communities - July 20 - DC

 

Marshall Scholarship

Next campus deadline: Monday April 23, 2018 

Next campus interview date: Friday April 27, 2018

National deadline: TBD - early October 2018

Campus Representative: Paul Fogleman (pfoglema@iu.edu); 812-855-3948

Summary

Support for one to three years of graduate study at a university in the United Kingdom. Students should have distinguished academic records, strong aspirations for graduate study, leadership potential, and ambassadorial potential (the potential to engage with contemporary Britain effectively). Candidates must be in their senior year or have graduated with their first undergraduate degree after April 2015; no age limit. Up to 40 scholarships awarded each year; a limited number may be awarded to students who seek to do a 1-year degree only.

Applicants should check the Marshall website for programs of study the scholarship will not fund.

Students interested in the Marshall Scholarship should also consider applying for a Fulbright to the United Kingdom.  

Application Procedures

To compete for a Marshall Scholarship, candidates must be US citizens and be nominated by their home institution. For guidelines and instructions, visit the webpage that describes Scholarships for Graduate Study.