If you haven't already, please read through our Fellowships Frequently Asked Questions.
WATSON Fellowship Refrance Form: HERE
The Caltech Fellowships Guide
Lauren Stolper, the Director of Study Abroad, has created a guide for Caltech students, which our office updates and sends out to Caltech juniors each spring. If you haven't received a guide and would like one, please stop by our office or feel free to download the PDF of the Fellowships Guide here.
Though this guide is updated annually, not all information is available at time of printing. Be sure to check the sponsor's website for the most current up-to-date information.
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Our guide provides information on major awards for graduate study in the U.S. and abroad. We also include a few lesser known, but interesting, awards.
The goal is to provide you with summary information so that you do not have to wade through fellowship files or internet searches to determine which awards are of interest to you. It discusses fellowships that are primarily awarded to graduating seniors. However, some of these are available to current graduate students or alumni.
The Bishop Fellowship
The Bishop family has agreed to honor the memory of Dr. Amasa Bishop who graduated from Caltech with his B.S. in physics in 1943 by establishing the Amasa Bishop Summer Study Abroad prize. Please see further information about this fellowship available for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.
The SanPietro Travel Prize
Craig SanPietro, a Caltech alumnus of the class of 1969, has generously donated $250,000 to endow a summer travel prize for fun and personal growth. This prize will be open to rising juniors (current sophomores), rising seniors (current juniors) and continuing and graduating seniors. The travel experience should be one that expands the applicant's horizons and challenges them. Please see here for further information.
Study in the United Kingdom
The following information may be valuable for students considering graduate study in the United Kingdom.