DACOR Graduate Fellowships for Study of International Affairs
Each year DACOR offers graduate fellowships for study toward a Master’s Degree in international affairs. These are $10,000 tuition-only grants. Recipients must be U.S. citizens. The fellowships are for study at any accredited graduate school in the United States. Typically, eleven schools (depending on budget) participate in this program. Five annual schools: American University – SIS; Johns Hopkins – SAIS, Georgetown – Walsh School; The George Washington University – Elliott School; and Tufts – Fletcher School; and six rotating schools that are selected each year.
The schools all advertise DACOR’s fellowship program and, based on merit, nominate three candidates. The DACOR Education Committee then interviews the nominees and selects one winner from each participating school.
- International Affairs - General
- Current Graduate Students