Upcoming Caltech campus submission deadlines- In order to be considered for nomination to these international fellowships/scholarships, you must:
Churchill: All materials, transcripts, the application, and a graduate application for University of Cambridge, must be emailed to Lauren Stolper by October 15th for the Churchill Scholarship. References must also email Lauren directly by the October 15th deadline with their submissions in order to be eligible. Review Churchill Scholarship information here: https://www.churchillscholarship.org Note that applicants and their references must submit on the Churchill portal by October 15th to be eligible for Caltech nomination.
Fulbright: All application materials, transcript, and affiliation letters (required for Caltech endorsement for all Fulbright proposals except taught degrees) must be emailed to Lauren Stolper by September 2nd for any Fulbright applications. Reference writers must also submit on the Fulbright portal by September 2nd. Review Fulbright information here: https://us.fulbrightonline.org/fulbright-us-student-program
Marshall: All application materials, transcript, and references must be emailed to Lauren Stolper by September 2nd for any Marshall applications. Review Marshall requirements here: https://www.marshallscholarship.org
Rhodes: All application materials, transcript, and references must be emailed to Lauren Stolper by September 2nd for any Rhodes applications. Review Rhodes requirements here: https://www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk/office-of-the-american-secretary/
PLEASE NOTE: All applicants for the Fulbright, Rhodes, and Marshall will be interviewed for endorsement by Zoom or in person during early to mid September. Interviews will be scheduled shortly after complete correst submission of the application and references for each fellowship for which a student is seeking endorsement.
Recent Fellowship Winners:
- Congratulations Nivedita Kanrar & Megan Wang winning Fulbright Fellowships to Spain and Sweden! Read more about it HERE
- Congratulations to Myra Cheng and Saehui Hwang for being chosen as Stanford Knight-Hennessy Fellows, read about these two impressive students HERE
- Congratulations to Caltech Watson Fellowship winner, Saehui Hwang! Read about her incredible global project HERE.
Our goal is to help Caltech undergraduate and graduate students seek out information on, and apply for a wide variety of highly competitive fellowships for graduate study and research both in the U.S. and abroad.
Lauren Stolper, Director and Meghan Kuroda, Assistant Director, of Fellowships Advising and Study Abroad (FASA) are available to meet with you to discuss study abroad or fellowship options and the respective application processes. They can review essay drafts, offer advice on fellowships, or help applicants with interview strategies for those applying to fellowships that require interviews. If you are unable to meet in person, you can email Lauren Stolper or Meghan Kuroda to set up a Zoom meeting. Lauren advises on all fellowships for graduate study abroad. Meghan's focus is on STEM fellowships for graduate study in the U.S. plus the Watson Fellowship.
In addition to fellowships advising, our office also handles Caltech's official study abroad programs. We offer several study abroad programs that Caltech students may participate in for one term during their junior or senior year. The Caltech Scholars study abroad programs offer students the opportunity to study science and engineering and receive Caltech option or general credit. Some programs allow students to study subjects in the humanities or social sciences. A general description of these programs is available on this website and more specific information is available from our office.
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If you are not a member of the Caltech community, please feel free to use any of the resources that we have provided here online, but note that we cannot answer your questions or be of direct assistance to you. You should direct your queries to your own school's study abroad program or fellowships office.