Please Note: Civil Society Fellowship Applications are due April 4, 2019.
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Please note the following restrictions:
● Measurable progress toward the certificate OR demonstrated commitment to the study of the region is a prerequisite for fellowship consideration, with the exception of the Hazard and Shkilnyk Fellowships, which are open to all Columbia graduate students.
The Institute's Junior Fellowships are awarded annually for a period of one academic year to qualified candidates enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) (PhD candidates must have passed their comprehensive exams by the time the fellowship takes effect), to candidates enrolled in the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) who are entering their third semester, and to candidates from other graduate divisions and professional schools at Columbia. Awards may cover partial or full tuition. Stipends, if awarded, are limited to $15,000 max for MA students and $27,500 max for PhD students. Deadline: February 15, 2019.
Pepsico Junior Fellowship
PepsiCo Fellowships are awarded annually to support semester and summer travel to and research in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Open to all Columbia faculty and students. To apply, submit a written proposal that outlines a program of study or research. Applicants should also include a detailed budget for the fellowship period. Application deadlines are: November 15th for spring awards, February 15th for summer awards, and May 15th for fall awards.
Summer Language Study
The Institute's Summer Language Fellowships are awarded to Columbia undergraduate and graduate students for intensive study of the languages of Russia, Eurasia, and East Central Europe in either the region or the U.S. Open to all Columbia University students. Summer Language Study support will be given in amounts not exceeding $5,000. Please include a budget with your application. Deadline: March 26, 2019.
The MARS Student Fellowship is awarded annually to one full-time first-year student and one full-time second-year student. The fellowship provides partial tuition.
The MARS Program Assistant Fellowship is awarded annually to one full-time second-year student. The Fellowship provides a tuition credit of $8,100 per semester plus a stipend. Program Assistants work 13-15 hours per week at the Harriman Institute. Applications are due February 15, 2019. Please note: Only continuing students qualify for the MARS Program Assistant Fellowship.
Student employment opportunities are available at the Harriman Institute through the university's Work‑Study Program. Under this program, students who are U.S. citizens (or who have permanent resident status) may work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year program period (September‑May) and up to 35 hours per week during the summer program period. Eligibility for this program depends on financial need. Applications to determine College Work‑Study eligibility may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office of your school. For further information about the Program, eligible students should contact Rebecca Dalton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Financial Aid Sources
GSAS, SIPA, and Columbia's other graduate professional schools offer comprehensive programs of student financial aid. For further information on award descriptions, application deadlines and procedures, students should consult the appropriate graduate school admissions bulletins. Applicants are also urged to compete for the many national, regional and foundation fellowships, which are often larger than those granted by the University.