Additional Fellowships & Awards

Looking for other opportunities? Check out this list of additional fellowships, scholarships, and grant opportunities for undergraduate students, graduating seniors, and recent alumni listed in application deadline order. Advising is strongly encouraged!

All details and eligibility requirements are found on the foundations’ websites. Visit with a fellowship advisor well in advance of the foundation deadline.

In providing this list of opportunities, Grinnell College expects that students and alumni discern their fit and interest in the awards. The list is not intended to be an endorsement; nor is it inclusive of every award you could apply for.


  • Various Deadlines: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – CHECK THEIR SCHOLARSHIP DATABASE – many programs with all different deadline dates, worth a peek for interested students.
  • Various Deadlines: Rotary Foundation Fellowships and Grants – awards for various levels within a professional career such as the Rotary Peace Fellowship, Rotary Community Corps, Rotary Exchange, Rotary Scholarships, etc.
  • Various Deadlines: American Association of University Women (AAUW) Fellowships and Grants – awards for women graduate students and scholars. Keep in mind for that next step in life!
  • Rolling Applications: The NIH Postbac IRTA program (CRTA, Cancer Research Training Award, in the National Cancer Institute) – provides recent college graduates who are planning to apply to graduate or professional (medical/dental/pharmacy/nursing/veterinary, etc.) school an opportunity to spend one or two years performing full-time research at the NIH. Postbac IRTAs/CRTAs work side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply three to six months before they wish to begin their training at the NIH. The program has no fixed start date.



  • Early AugustThe Gilman-McCain Scholarship is a congressionally funded initiative of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State and named after the late senator John S. McCain from Arizona. The Scholarship provides awards of $5,000 for undergraduate child dependents of active duty service members to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs. It is open to eligible students enrolled at accredited U.S. colleges and universities who receive any type of Title IV federal financial aid.
  • Late August: International Parliamentary Scholarship (Germany) – opportunity as a university graduate with very good knowledge of the German language to gain first-hand knowledge of Germany’s parliamentary system and political decision-making during a work placement with a member of the German Parliament, special events, and seminars. The IPS programme lasts a total of five months (March 1 – July 31).
  • Mid-September: The German Chancellor Fellowship – for graduating seniors, recent graduates and graduate students to spend one year conducting a project of their design with the host of their choice in Germany. The project can be in any field, yet it should be research-based and create a positive long-term impact. Sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the fellowship provides full financial support, a language course, and study tour.
  • Mid-September: Schwarzman Scholars Program – The opportunity to develop leadership skills and professional networks through a one-year Master’s Degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing – one of China’s most prestigious universities. Ope Awe ’15 named a 2019-2020 scholar.
  • Mid-September: McCall MacBain Scholarship – The McCall MacBain Scholarships will draw outstanding students from Canada and around the world to pursue a funded master’s or professional degree combined with a comprehensive enrichment program at McGill University. You also need to apply directly to McGill for at least one eligible full-time master’s or professional program. Apply by the first deadline for fall 2022 admission at McGill. The program is currently accepting Canadians and plans to accept up to 25 non-Canadians annually within two years.
  • Early October: Lead for America, Start Where You Live – is seeking the nation’s most outstanding and diverse young leaders ages 21-30 who have a demonstrated commitment to public service with an interest in serving their local or home community. The Program selects, trains, and places promising young leaders in two-year, paid, full-time fellowships in local public-serving institutions (local governments, nonprofits, community foundations, etc.) to tackle tough challenges facing the community, strengthen their hometown’s civic infrastructure, and join a new generation of transformational community leaders. Our Fellows are catalysts for national community revitalization – starting right where they live. Six application cycle deadlines every year: Oct. 1, Nov. 1, Jan. 1, Feb. 1, March 15, April 30.
  • Early October: The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship – invites recent college graduates and graduate school alumni to apply for a six to nine month fellowship to start between January 15 and April 1, 2022. Outstanding individuals will be selected to work with nonprofit, public-interest organizations addressing peace and security issues. Applications are especially encouraged from candidates with a strong interest in these issues who have prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy.
  • Early October: Gilman Scholarship for Programs starting from December 1, 2022 to October 31, 2023. This cycle encompasses winter 2022, spring 2022, summer 2022, fall 2022, and academic year 2022-2023 programs. Grants up to $5,000 to U.S. undergraduate students of high financial need participating in credit-bearing study abroad programs or international internships. Requires: Off-Campus Study and Financial Aid Certification.
  • Mid-October: Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program – cohort program while enrolled in a graduate program at Stanford University. Collaboration and innovation across disciplines to tackle complex challenges. Yesenia Ayala ’18 named a 2021 scholar.
  • Mid-October: Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program – prepares outstanding young people for careers as Foreign Service Officers in the U.S. Department of State. Support for graduate school with professional mentorship and cohort collaboration.
  • Mid-October: USAID Donald Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship – graduate school funding, mentoring, and internships for graduating seniors and beyond seeking admission to enter a graduate school in the fall of 2022 for a two-year program in an area of relevance to USAID Foreign Service at a U.S. based university. Future intentions and commitment to be a USAID Foreign Service Officer.
  • Mid to Late October (based upon graduate program intention): National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program – The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited U.S. institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution. GRFP welcomes applications from individuals who are pursuing full-time research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or in STEM Education and who meet the eligibility requirements. Grinnell has strong representation amidst Fellows. Make sure to visit with Sarah Barks, Senior Director of the STEM Career Community & Analytics in the CLS.
  • Mid-October: The Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship – is a U.S. Department of State program administered by Howard University that seeks to attract and prepare outstanding young people, based on financial need, who represent ethnic, gender, social, and geographic diversity and have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career in the U.S. Department of State. The Program encourages the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Upon successful completion of a two-year master’s degree program and fulfillment of Foreign Service entry requirements, fellows have the opportunity to work as Foreign Service Officers with the U.S. Department of State, in accordance with applicable law and State Department policy, serving in Washington, DC or at a U.S. embassy, consulate, or diplomatic mission around the globe.
  • Mid-October: The Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowships – Full tuition equivalent for up to give years with stipend for graduate school/PhD programs in applied physical and biological sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Applicants can be currently applying or in year on of PhD program. Successful candidates are broadly knowledgeable innovators who see challenges in new ways, and are eager to make a positive impact within their field.
  • Late October: The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship – Every year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports thirty New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States. Each Fellowship supports one to two years of graduate study in any field and in any advance degree-granting program in the United States. Each award is for up to a total of $90,000.
  • Late October: Princeton in Asia – foster mutual appreciation and cultural understanding by connecting service-minded graduate and partner organizations in Asia through immersive work experiences that transform perspectives, cultivate long-lasting relationships and benefit local and global communities. Values for the Fellows and the one-year Experience include: transformation, immersion, relationship building, humility, mutuality/interdependence, and contributing to the community. Placement opportunities in Arts, Economic Development, Education, Environmental Sustainability, Peace and Justice, Public Health, Sports, and STEM. In 2018 (pre-pandemic) they had 140 fellows within 72 placements within Asia. No longer requires application fee as of 2021.
  • Late October: The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) – is a fellowship funded by the German Bundestag and U.S. Department of State, that annually provides 75 American and 75 German young professionals, between the ages of 18.5 – 24, the opportunity to spend one year in each other’s countries, studying, interning, and living with hosts on a cultural immersion program. CBYX is open to candidates in all career fields who are interested in a year of academic, professional, and cultural exchange.
  • Late OctoberAmerican-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) Fellowships and Grants for Americans to Study in Scandinavia – for prospective American graduate students and academic professionals wishing to do research or creative arts projects in the Nordic region (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Aland).
  • Late October: The Fulbright Canada-Mitacs Globalink Program – This program provides exceptional undergraduate students from universities in the United States with the opportunity to be part of a 10 to 12-week research internship under the supervision of Canadian university faculty members in a variety of academic disciplines, from science, engineering and mathematics to the humanities and social sciences. Third-year applicants preferred.
  • Early November: PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship Program – prepares the next generation of diverse leaders in public policy and international affairs. A rigorous seven-week summer academic program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers and pursuit of a graduate program in public service, public administration, international affairs, or related field. The curriculum is structured to introduce or strengthen skills in economics, statistics, policy analysis, writing, and public speaking.
  • Early November round one deadline: WW Teaching Fellowships – current partnership with three Pennsylvania universities to support middle school and high school teacher education within STEM fields. Includes graduate school stipend & support and mentoring. Following graduation from the masters program, fellows commit to teaching in a Pennsylvania high-need urban or rural secondary school for three years. It is not required that you are a resident of Pennsylvania to apply. Madison Wardlaw ’20 was named a recipient in 2020. Additional application deadlines are Mid-January and Early March.
  • Mid-November: The Community Health Fellowship at Project Horseshoe Farms – is a unique one-year opportunity for top recent college graduates from across the country for experience in healthcare, education, and organizational management. Project Horseshoe Farm offers Community Health Fellowship Programs in both Alabama and California. Fellows are provided with housing and a monthly educational stipend to mitigate the costs of living. Alumni consistently express how transformative their Fellowship experience was and have gone on to some of the top medical schools, graduate programs, and nonprofit organizations across the U.S. Project Horseshoe Farm’s website gives a great overview of our programs, and they are also found on Handshake. You can also contact a representative: Lexi Shepherd, Community Health Fellow, Project Horseshoe Farm.
  • Mid-November: Critical Language Scholarship – intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program in summer 2022 for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. I have reviewed applications for this award and Grinnell has had a good number of recipients – please come in for advising!
  • Early December: The Alfa Fellowship Program – The Alfa Fellowship Program is a distinguished international initiative that each year offers up to 18 accomplished young Americans, Britons, and Germans the opportunity to complete a high-level professional development program in Russia. Over the course of the program, fellows complete work placements at leading institutions, attend professional seminars, and receive intensive language training.
  • Early December by Noon Beijing time: Yenching Scholarship – 12-24 month fellowship to complete a master’s degree program in China Studies with a cohort from around the globe. Hana Lord ’18 was a 2018-2020 recipient.
  • Mid-December deadline for Letters of Interest for June 2022 appointments: Institute of Current World Affairs (ICWA) Fellowship – boosts U.S. understanding of foreign affairs through an intensive two-year cultural immersion program. Two fellows each year a granted the rare gift of time and freedom to explore regions and topics, expanding their knowledge at formative times in their lives, and sharing their self-directed, independent research through monthly newsletters and participation in institute events. A letter of interest is the first stage of the process. In your letter of interest, tell us what you would do if you had a two-year, self-designed fellowship overseas and why you’re the right person to carry it out. There is no fixed length for the letter of interest. Please indicate your age, as applicants must be under the age of 36 at the time the letter of interest is due. The strongest applicants will be invited to submit a more detailed application. Selected fellows are expected to depart for their fellowships within six months of their selection.
  • Late December: National Public Radio Kroc Fellowship – The fellowship offers hands-on journalism experience at various units within NPR and at an NPR Member station. Fellows work alongside some of the nation’s most respected reporters, producers, and editors. They also receive regular instruction in writing for radio and digital audiences. The fellowship begins each year in late August/early September and lasts 12 months. Fellows receive a stipend of more than $45,000 and benefits, including paid vacation. While the ideal Kroc Fellow aspires to work in public media, previous journalism or public radio experience is not required. Fellows must be able to demonstrate exceptional potential and drive. Applicants must be close to completing an undergraduate or graduate degree or have earned a degree no more than one year prior to Dec. 31.


  • Early January: The Humanity in Action Fellowship – intensive, immersive academic program that brings together international groups of university students and young professionals to explore national historical and contemporary challenges of diversity and pluralism, with an emphasis on social impact and active citizenship. Summer group program based in various world locations, with Action Project focused in your home/preferred community. Eligibility: undergraduates with minimum sophomore standing, graduate students, and PhD students.
  • Early January: NYU Shanghai: Global Writing & Speaking Fellowship – fellows serve as English language writing and speaking tutors for undergraduates at NYU Shanghai; while developing their leadership, project management, and intercultural communication skills through curricular and co-curricular support.
  • Early January: The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship – invites by May graduating seniors, recent college graduates, and graduate school alumni to apply for a six to nine month fellowship to start between July 15 and October 1. Outstanding individuals will be selected to work with nonprofit, public-interest organizations addressing peace and security issues. Applications are especially encouraged from candidates with a strong interest in these issues who have prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy.
  • Early January: The Coro Fellows Program – develops emerging leaders to work and lead across different sectors by equipping them with knowledge, skills, and networks to accelerate positive change in one of five locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, and New York City. Projects provide Coro Fellows with the opportunity to truly learn by experience. Throughout the nine months, each Fellow participates in a series of full-time projects across a variety of sectors in public affairs, including a final independent project of the Fellow’s choosing. Sectors include Government, Business, Electoral Politics, Organized Labor, Media, and Nonprofit/Philanthropy.
  • Early JanuaryThe Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship Program – trains and inspires new leaders in the movement to end hunger and poverty in the United States. Fellows gain vital first-hand experience through placements with community-based organizations across the country as well as policy-focused organizations in Washington, D.C. The program bridges gaps between local efforts and national public policy, as fellows support partner organizations with program development, research, evaluation, outreach, organizing, and advocacy projects.
  • Mid-January: U.S. English Language Teaching Assistantship Program in Austria – serve as a linguistic and cultural ambassador of the United States and gain classroom experience in secondary schools throughout Austria. Saminike Hengst ’18 was a 2018-2019 recipient, and also continued for a 2019-2020 teaching year.
  • Mid-January: Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF) – work in France for seven months teaching English to French students. Lily Hamilton ’19 is a 2019-2020 recipient.
  • Mid-January Priority Deadline: Young Adults in Global Mission – young adults serve in the spirit of accompaniment, walking alongside global companions in a manner that practices mutuality, interdependence, and solidarity in over 11 countries. Areas of service include, but not limited to: health and development, congregational ministry, human rights, education, homelessness, addiction recovery, women’s issues, and children & youth.
  • Mid-January: Global Health Corps Fellowships – opportunity to build skills and gain experience with a high-impact health organization. A year for personal and professional growth as a leader, placing you with a global and diverse network of bright, young, and committed health equity champions.
  • Mid-January: Junior Fellowship Program for the Office of International Affairs in The Department of The Treasury – seeks to attract outstanding individuals to work on policy research and special projects that advances the International Affairs mission. Two year appointments.
  • Mid-January: The Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Peace and Reconciliation – Queen’s University in Belfast Ireland is offering a NEW master’s level scholarship. Award provides a full tuition-fee waiver to an exceptional female student from the USA who wishes to pursue study in a field related to politics, conflict transformation, or human rights.
  • Mid-January: The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award – provides a $15,000 stipend to a graduating college senior to pursue public service anywhere in the world. The Award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career. Proposals may encompass any activity that furthers the public good; it can be undertaken by the student alone or working through established charitable, religious, educational, governmental, or other public service organizations. Grinnell recipient Angela Frimpong ’20 recipient for 2020-2021 service year.
  • Mid-January (standard admission deadline): Capital Fellows Program – an advanced leadership and discipleship program for recent college graduates. Through graduate courses, a paid internship, one-on-one mentoring and many leadership and community service opportunities. Apply by End of November for early admission.
  • Mid-January: Knowles Teaching Fellowship – a five-year award that supports early-career high school science and mathematics teachers to develop teaching expertise and lead from the classroom. Approximately 35 fellows selected annually to receive financial support, mentoring & coaching, and community membership.
  • Mid-January: AIF Banyan Fellowship for Service in India – an immersive, 10-month volunteer service program matching young professionals with development organizations. Fellows work on scalable and sustainable development projects in the fields of education, livelihoods, and public health. Lilianna Bagnoli ’15 was a 2015-2016 Fellow.
  • Mid-January: American Farm School, Thessaloniki, Greece – work with an American-founded residential institution educating Greek students from all over the country. Five post-bachelor fellow positions: Student Life & Arcadia Fellow, Student Life & College Counseling Fellow, Elementary English Language Fellow (two positions), and Gregory Maguire Writing Fellow. Must participate in a mandatory information session in December.
  • Mid-January: The All for NC Fellowship – the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation is seeking to invest directly in young innovators, change makers, visionaries, entrepreneurs, and risk takers between the ages of 21 and 35 with bold ideas for how to make a difference in North Carolina and its communities. The 12 month program is designed to provide funding, coaching, and mentoring to young people who have a vision and plan. Individual stipend of $75,000. North Carolina Residency Required.
  • Mid-January: Business With Purpose Scholarship, sponsored by Clif Bar – inspires and enables tomorrow’s business leaders to become a positive force for change. Applicants must be graduating from a four year college or university with the intention of business-related career goals. The award supports post-college graduation loan repayment and a living stipend while engaged in an internship, fellowship, volunteer project, or mission-driven engagement only. To be eligible, applicants must have outstanding student loan debt upon graduating.
  • Late January: Killam Fellowships Program to Study in Canada for U.S. Students – Considering off-campus study in Canada? This program offers $5,000 for a semester of study with up to $800 for in-country travel for students currently enrolled at any degree granting institution in the United States applying to a degree granting institution in Canada for one semester or year-long study. U.S. citizenship required.
  • Late January: Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows Program – a highly selective six-week summer institute for rising college juniors. The curriculum encourages students to examine their personal strengths, identify areas of growth, and ultimately take action as a leader. Turning their passion into a blueprint for action in the form of a Capstone Project.
  • Late JanuaryFAIT (Foreign Affairs Information Technology) Fellowship – offers financial assistance for talented, diverse students pursuing undergraduate or graduate IT-related degrees to ultimately work in Foreign Service. Apply as an undergraduate second year for two years of college funding OR apply as a graduating senior or recent alumni for two years of graduate school funding. Both include summer internships with the State Department (one domestic and one international) with personalized mentoring and professional development opportunities. Will ultimately serve as an Information Management Specialist with the Foreign Service for five years.​​​​​​​
  • Early February: Fulbright UK Summer Institutes – three or four week programs for U.S. undergraduate students to explore the culture, heritage, and history of the UK while experiencing higher education at a UK university.
  • Early February: Anatolia College, Thessaloniki Greece – unique fellowship opportunities for recent college graduates to apply your liberal arts, human, and international relations skills in an educational setting. Teaching, mentoring, counseling, institutional research, student life – a variety of opportunities. Webinars typically in December and January. Nora Madrigal ’19 was a 2019-2020 recipient and can be reached at Contact the program coordinator Grinnell alumna Georgia Proestopoulos ’05.
  • Early February: EMPOWHER – is the brainchild of the BA Women’s Alliance, a nonprofit that champions women who seek to make a difference in the world. “We know that a small amount of support can make all the difference in someone’s life; so we aim to enrich the lives of women, so that they, in turn, can make all the difference in the world.” The award provides Washington DC internship search support, educational programming and professional development, and scholarships. Angela Frimpong ’20 is an alumni of the program.
  • Early February: Boren Scholarship – The Boren Awards promote long-term linguistic and cultural immersion. The Boren Scholarship provides funding for off-campus study experiences for U.S. undergraduate students for which a strong component of the off-campus study program is to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests. All Boren Awards-funded programs must include language study as a core element for the duration of the grant. Applicants are encouraged to select or design programs that will provide an immersive environment both in the classroom and through extracurricular activities in order to demonstrate their commitment to language study. For most cases, your application deadline is in the year before the off-campus study experience.
  • Early February: FAO Schwarz Fellowship – The FAO Schwarz Fellowship is an intensive, transformative two-year experience in the world of social change designed to develop your knowledge and leadership abilities. Our Fellows are highly motivated, passionate recent college graduates who are committed to social justice. Successful candidates have proven academic excellence, demonstrated leadership in their college communities and are eager to immerse themselves in a two-year experience that will challenge them, train them and empower them with the skills and network they need to take a first step towards leadership in world of social impact. Applicants must be college seniors at the time of application and be eligible to work in the United States for the duration of the Fellowship.
  • Early February: Presidential Associates Program, The American University in Cairo – offers recent university graduates the opportunity to spend a full calendar year working at the highest levels of an international university. Work in one of fifteen University offices, learn Arabic, participate in community service, network with experts in the MENA region, and experience life in Egypt.
  • Early February: Hertog Summer Fellowships, Political Studies Program – take courses in a wide variety of subjects, from political philosophy to contemporary public affairs, from economics to foreign policy through this seven-week summer fellowship. Undergraduates and graduates welcome to apply.
  • Early February: Hertog Summer Fellowships, War Studies Program – an intensive two-week program run by the Institute for the Study of War in Washington DC. The program aims to educate advanced undergraduate students about the theory, practice, organization, and control of war and military forces. Over the course of two weeks, students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities. Third years and graduating seniors are eligible to apply.
  • Early February: Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship – offers financial assistance for talented, diverse students pursuing undergrad or graduate IT-related degrees to ultimately work in Foreign Service. Apply as an undergraduate second year for two years of college funding OR apply as a graduating senior or recent alumni for two years of graduate school funding. Both include summer internships with the State Department with personalized mentoring and professional development opportunities. Will ultimately serve as an Information Management Specialist with the Foreign Service for five years.
  • Mid-February: The Institute for Responsible Citizenship – prepares extraordinary men to do extraordinary things. African American second-year male college students are invited to apply for this program to participate in a rigorous experience that includes high-level internships and professional development.
  • Mid-February: The Legacy Award of Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 – The Legacy Award supports students pursuing graduate degrees in areas of study related to improved national security and terrorism prevention as they prepare for careers focused on keeping citizens safe from the threats of terrorism and preventing the deaths of innocent men, women, and children. Awards will provide up to $5,000 per year, per student.
  • Mid-February: Tillman Scholar – The Tillman Scholar program is the premier academic fellowship for military service members, veterans and spouses. Strong applicants demonstrate clear academic goals, extraordinary leadership potential, and a deep desire to create positive change. Recipients receive scholarship funding to pursue higher education (undergraduate, graduate, or professional) and continue their service in the fields of healthcare, business, law, public service, STEM, education and the humanities.
  • Early March: James Madison Memorial Fellowship – offers $24,000 Fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level. Fellowship applicants compete only against other applicants from the states of their legal residence. As funding permits, the Foundation plans to offer one fellowship per state per year.Early March: Gilman Scholarship for programs starting May 1, 2022 to April 31 2023. This cycle encompasses summer 2022, fall 2022, academic year 2022-2023, winter 2023, and spring 2023 programs. Grants up to $5,000 to U.S. undergraduate students of high financial need participating in credit-bearing study abroad programs or international internships. Requires: Off-Campus Study and Financial Aid Certification.
  • Early March: Kobe College Corporation, Japan Education Exchange Graduate Fellowship – $30,000 for PhD students to study/research in Japan.
  • Early April: Freeman-ASIA Awards for Undergraduate Study in East and Southeast Asia – Scholarships of up to $7,000 for U.S.-based undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who plan to study abroad in one of 15 countries. Requires: Off-Campus Study and Financial Aid Certification.