Scholarship Database

We’ve collected some of the nationally competitive scholarship opportunities that may appeal to you.

This list of scholarships is not exhaustive. For more information on nationally competitive scholarships which may fit more closely with your academic and career objectives, contact us at oncs@email.arizona.edu.

Seniors, Alumni, and Graduate Students

Boren Fellowship
Travel abroad to study less commonly taught languages.

Churchill Scholarship
One year of study in math, science, or engineering at Churchill College, Cambridge University. 

Fulbright U.S. Student Program
One-year English Teaching Assistantships or independent study and research abroad. View, the step by step application process. 

Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Postgraduate study in any field at Cambridge University.

James C. Gaither Junior Fellowship (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
A one-year research fellowship relating to foreign affairs and international peace. Program options rotate.

Knight-Hennessy Scholarship
Postgraduate study in any field at Stanford University. 

Payne Fellowship
Two-years graduate study at any school in an area of relevance foreign service work with USAID upon graduation.

Pickering Fellowship
Two-years graduate study at any school in an area of relevance to foreign service (public policy, international affairs, public administration, business, economics, political science, sociology, or foreign languages).

Marshall Scholarship
One to two+ years of study in any field at any university in the United Kingdom.

Mitchell Scholarship
One year of Masters study in any field in Ireland.

Rangel Fellowship
Two-years graduate study at any school in an area of relevance to foreign service.

Rhodes Scholarship
Two+ years of study in any field at Oxford University.

Schwarzman Scholarship
One-year Master’s in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

For Sophomores and Juniors

AMGEN Scholars Program
Intensive summer research experience in biomedicine and biotechnology at a rotating list of sites. 

Astronaut Scholarship
Undergraduate study in science and engineering.

Beinecke Scholarship
Graduate study in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.

Boren Scholarship
Travel abroad to study less commonly taught languages.

Critical Language Scholarship
Travel abroad for cultural immersion and study of a language critical to U.S. national security.

Gilman Scholarship
Study abroad for students receiving Pell Grant funding.

Goldwater Scholarship
One to two years of undergraduate study for STEM students intending Ph.D.-level research.

Truman Scholarship
Graduate study for students committed to careers in public service.

Udall Scholarship
One year of undergraduate study for students committed to a career related to the environment or Native American/Alaskan Native students committed to a career in tribal public policy or Native American health care.

US-UK Fulbright Summer Institutes
Short-term academic and cultural summer programs in the United Kingdom.

General Scholarship Information

General NCS Information
A general overview of the main awards under the purview of this office. This list is not exhaustive.

Scholarships Requiring Nomination
Information about scholarships that require campus deadlines and nomination processes to participate in their respective national competitions.

This list of scholarships is not exhaustive. For more information on nationally competitive scholarships which may fit more closely with your academic and career objectives,
e-mail us at oncs@email.arizona.edu.