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FUNDING AND OPPORTUNITIES

FUNDING AND OPPORTUNITIES

DLCL Undergraduate Summer Language Funding

Eligibility: All students who declare a major in any DLCL program.

Purpose: Summer language study

Amount: Up to $12,000 for Language Study

Deadline: February 14, 2017 (CLOSED)


The DLCL offers funding to all students who declare a major in our department. The purpose is to support intensive summer language study that requires travel to another country. Funding can be used to cover travel (airfare and additional transportation), tuition for summer language study at an accredited school, lodging (if separate from tuition). This funding may be used in conjunction with other funding as long as your total funding does not exceed your expenses. Applications will be evaluated on the strength of the proposal, as part of a competitive pool by the undergraduate committee.

(APPLICATIONS CLOSED)

 

 

Other Fellowships, Grants, Scholarships

France-Stanford Center
2015/2016 call for proposals and applications for the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies:
For more information, visit the France-Stanford Center Website

 

Ongoing opportunities at Stanford

Center or

Program

Degree Description Deadline (approx.)

Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies

Undergraduate & Graduate Two types of projects are supported for projects pertaining to Islam and Muslim societies: Graduate student fieldwork and research projects; and intensive language study abroad or in the United States. Up to $4,000. March
France - Stanford Center Graduate Visiting Graduate Student Researcher Fellowships available to (1) French students interested in research at Stanford, and (2) to Stanford students interested in research or an internship at a French institution. Awards of up to $7,000. January
Jewish Studies Undergraduate The Kaufman Award will be given to an undergraduate student engaged in research on Jews in modernity, with a preference for research focusing on contemporary Jewish life. January
Latin American Studies Undergraduate FLAS Fellowship for intensive language study at Stanford during the academic year May