The Fulbright U.S. Student Program has a variety of award/grant offerings to send applicants abroad: (1) English Teaching Assistant, (2) named awards for specific graduate programs, and (3) open study/research. Fulbright grants cover travel and a monthly stipend; some grants also include tuition and fees. Grant offerings and applicant qualifications are on a grant-by-grant basis.

Applicants must meet the campus deadline in order to be scheduled for an interview with the campus committee. This campus committee is made up of UF faculty with Fulbright experience and from the applicant’s discipline and/or host country. Applicants will have access to their applications after the campus interview, allowing them to revise their applications based on feedback from the campus committee.

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Campus Deadline: 5pm ET on Friday, August 23, 2024


Open to (generally) all fields of study. Students apply during the senior year for two years of graduate study at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

Application process includes written essays, as well as campus and regional/national interviews.

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Campus Deadline: Late Summer 2024


The Marshall Scholarship is for graduate study in the United Kingdom in (generally) all fields of study. Application process includes essays, as well as campus and district interviews.

Both graduating seniors and current graduate students are encouraged to apply.

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Campus Deadline: Late Summer 2024


Named in honor of former Senator Mitchell's pivotal contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process, this scholarship allows American post-graduates to pursue one year of study (any field) at institutions of higher learning in Ireland and/or Northern Ireland. The Scholarship will be awarded to students who have shown both academic distinction and the potential for leadership.

Application process includes written essays, as well as campus and finalist interviews in Washington, D.C.

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Campus Deadline: TBD for 2024


The Churchill Scholarship is for students interested in pursuing a Master’s degree (sciences, mathematics, and engineering) at the University of Cambridge. The scholarship provides university tuition and fees, a small living allowance, a small travel allowance, and the reimbursement of visa fees.

UF may nominate up to two students annually.

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Campus Deadline: Early Fall 2024
Cambridge Application Deadline: mid-October 2024 (typically)


This award is for third-year students who plan to pursue a career in public service and plan to further their education beyond their Bachelor's degree. Students are awarded generous funding for several years of graduate and/or professional school.

Students who apply should be active in community service, campus involvement, leadership, and/or various levels of government.

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Campus Deadline: Mid Fall 2024


Gates Cambridge Scholarships are available for graduate study or for study for a second Bachelor's degree at the University of Cambridge. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of a person's intellectual ability, leadership capacity, desire to use their knowledge to contribute to society, providing service to their communities, and applying their talents and knowledge to improve the lives of others. The award covers the full cost of study at Cambridge, a living allowance, a discretionary allowance for study-related activities, and airfare.

There is no campus application process; students apply online but our office is happy to advise and assist in crafting applications.

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Deadline: TBD for 2024


One year Master's degree in public policy, international relations, or economics and business at Tsinghua University, one of China’s most prestigious institutions of higher education. Schwarzman Scholars is a program designed to help future leaders meet the challenges of the 21st century and beyond by preparing them to better understand China’s culture, economy, governance and motivations. This fully-funded program provides for a year of study and cultural immersion, attending lectures, traveling and developing first-hand exposure to China and its people.

There is no campus application process; students apply online but our office is happy to advise and assist in crafting applications.

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Passport holders for China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao: May 20, 2024
Passport holders of All Other Countries: 3:00pm EDT on September 12, 2024


Open to all fields of study and students with any citizenship. Students apply during the senior year for funding to attend graduate study at McGill University in Canada.

To compete for endorsement, applicants must complete a full application ahead of the campus deadline.

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Campus Deadline: Summer 2024