Fellowship Program for Undergraduate students by International Program Development at Northwestern University, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: IPD Fellowship for International Study
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is for U.S. citizen only.
Employer: International Program Development at Northwestern University funding scholarship program.
Level of study: The program is for Undergraduate studies.
Subject(s): Subjects offered by the University.
Duration: Fellowship program is organized for one academic year.
Number of awards: The award number is for this fellowship program not mention.
Am I eligible? The IPD Fellowship is offered for degree-seeking Northwestern University undergraduate students applying for any International Program Development Study Abroad Programs. Awards may not be used for international study following graduation (as in summer programs post-graduation).
How do I apply? Students must be send application materials by Post or Electronically.
What does it cover? Awards ranging from $2,000-$3,000 are based on essay quality, academic merit, and financial need.
Scholarship Description: The IPD Fellowship, supported by the Office of the President and International Program Development, is designed to provide financial support to Northwestern undergraduate students who go abroad on IPD study abroad programs. The mission of IPD Fellowships is to aid all qualified Northwestern undergraduates to have the opportunity for an international experience, regardless of financial constraints. Awards (of up to $2000- $3,000) are based on essay quality, academic merit, and financial need.
Application closing date: For Spring 2013 programs: Nov. 1, 2012
For Fall 2013 and full-year 2013/2014 programs: Feb 15, 2013
For Summer 2013 programs: March 1, 2013
For Winter 2014 and Winter/Spring 2014 programs: May 30, 2013