Graduate Funding Opportunities
Graduate Conference Funding
The Korbel Graduate Student Association (KGSA) and the Graduate Student Government (GSG) have a limited number of funds available to support students presenting at conferences.
The Office of Career and Professional Development manages internship funding support. For details, visit the OCPD Portfolio Page.
Study Abroad Scholarships
The Rocky Mountain Center of the Institute of International Education (IIE - the entity that administers the Fulbright program), is offering several scholarships to U.S. graduate students enrolled in member institutions to support their study abroad experiences (defined as coursework, research, internships, etc.). The Nancy Petry Grant awards students up to $5,000. The Adell & Hancock Fund awards students up to $2,000.The study abroad program must be 30 days or longer and carried out in the summer or fall of 2019. The application can be found below. The single application applies to both scholarships. The student must be a U.S. citizen and currently enrolled with a minimum 3.5 GPA. A Korbel committee composed of staff and faculty will review applications, and will select three applicants to forward on to the IIE for final consideration. Priority will be given to international internships and study abroad, particularly for those students who will be living abroad for longer periods of time. Completed applications must be submitted as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4/12/19. Korbel will announce nominations on 4/29/19. IIE will make their award selection on 5/1/19. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Joseph Szyliowicz Language Fund
There is a limited amount of funding available to support student language study abroad.
For an overview of the fund, eligibility, and requirements, please read this document:
Language Fund Application
To apply for language funding, please complete the online application.
April 15th - for programs beginning June 1 - October 31
October 24th - for programs beginning November 1 - May 30
While there are currently no databases available at DU for locating such language study or immersion programs, the Center for World Languages suggests looking into the "flagship" program website for the language that interests you, to begin your search.