Major Scholarships & Fellowships Requiring U-M Endorsement

Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell and Churchill Scholarships
For 1 to 3 years of graduate study in the United Kingdom.

Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship 
For students wishing a self-designed, self-directed project of learning anywhere in the world, the year following graduation. (UM students only.) 

USIA Fulbright Scholarship Program
For graduate study, research, or teaching assistantships abroad.

Luce Scholars Program
18 internships for young Americans to live and work in Asia each year.

Goldwater Scholarship
For rising juniors or seniors in Math, Science, or Engineering.

Truman Scholarship
For graduate work to prepare for careers in public service (apply as junior or 3rd-year senior).

Udall Scholarship
For sophomores & juniors planning careers related to the environment or Native American or Alaska Native students interested in healthcare and tribal policy.

Beinecke Scholarship
For graduate study in the humanities or social sciences (apply as junior). Must have history of need-based aid.

Astronaut Scholarship 
Not just for students in aerospace engineering, the Astronaut Scholarship's mission, like the Goldwater Scholarship, is to promote future U.S. scientists in all STEM fields. 

Boren Scholarship
For undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad.

Davis Project for Peace 
A $10,000 grant for a summer-long project designed to promote peace in communities around the globe.

Carnegie Junior Fellowship 
For recent graduates to work for a year on Carnegie Endowment projects, encompassing various topics in global issues and public policy. 

Yenching Academy Fellowship
For full tuition plus a generous stipend to cover travel and living expenses for a 1-year masters program in China Studies at Peking University in Beijing.