Yale University Fox International Fellowships
Designed to enhance the education of future international leaders, the Fox International Fellowship Program is a direct two-way student exchange partnership between Yale University and eight of the world’s leading universities. They include Moscow State University, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University, The Free University of Berlin, Fudan University in Shanghai, the University of Tokyo, the Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), Jawaharlal Nehru University, and EI Colegio de Mexico. Each of the eight participating FIF institutions holds an open annual competition for the selection of fellows.
Levels of Study:Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional
Field of study:Business and Management, Economics, Finance, History, International Relations, Law, Political Science
Location of study:Yale University, New Haven, CT
Number of Awards:
- Undergraduate students must be graduating seniors.
- Students in doctoral programs should have completed their course work.
- Students in master's or graduate professional programs shall have administrative approval to interrupt their course work.
- Students must demonstrate sufficient language proficiency to complete their research project at their host institution and to communicate directly with their host and peers.
- Students may not apply for a fellowship to be conducted in a country where they currently hold citizenship (i.e, a U.S. citizen studying at Bogazici in Istanbul cannot apply to go to Yale).
- Award Deadline:Varies
- Instructions:Download application materials. Submit application directly to home institution. See website for contact information at each partner university.