This page describes various supplementary funding opportunities, such as study abroad fellowships. Please contact the relevant faculty and staff to learn more about each of these opportunities. We also offer advising on application preparation.
We continually pursue new opportunities for our students. Check back regularly for updates.
FLAS Fellowships - Summer Study Abroad
Summer fellowships are intended for intensive language study domestically or abroad. Intensive language study is defined as program that offers at least 6 weeks of language instruction with 140 contact hours at the beginning (graduates only) or intermediate levels or 120 contact hours at the advanced level.
Undergraduates and graduates: living stipend of $2,500 and up to $5,000 for the study abroad.
The AGSC encourages applications to Georgia Tech's School of Modern Languages' study-abroad programs. For more information, please visit the School of Modern Languages' Study Abroad page.
Colonel Stephen C. Hall and Pamela Hall Graduate Fellowships
The Stephen C. and Pamela Hall Graduate Fellowship is provided to students with exceptional promise. Recipients are selected based upon holistic excellence and potential to enhance the value and quality of the overall program experience. Criteria for selection include: Financial Need, Intercultural & Linguistic Competency, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Scholarship. The Fellowship provides $1,000 of one-time funds for up to five students each year.
GT-Политех Scholarship (St. Petersburg, Russia)
The GT-Политех Scholarship supports students to study for up to a year at the Peter the Great St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University. The program enables interdisciplinary graduate study by allowing students to take courses in Russian in any discipline which is pertinent to their professional goals. This study abroad experience can be combined with the MS-GMC as an additional funded semester or year of study.
The GT-Политех Scholarship covers tuition and dormitory fees. Students live with native-speaker roommates in the university dormitory. A three-week bridge program in technical Russian can be arranged during August preceding the start of the program.
Applications: Please submit completed application form, unofficial transcripts, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. Stuart Goldberg. The successful applicant will have strong language aptitude, a record of academic excellence, and a strong desire to complete the program. Prior experience living or traveling abroad is a plus.
American Association of University Women
AAUW Atlanta Branch Scholarship Award: The AAUW scholarship award is intended to be used for supplemental expenses such as books, fees, child care, or transportation. Preference is given to candidates who are 30 and over and returning to school to complete a degree. Candidates must apply for financial aid through their university; awards are based on merit, need, and community involvement. Candidates are asked to assist one day at the annual book fair at Permieter Mall (September 2019). Application guidelines are at the link above. More information is available at Atlanta AAUW Website (www.aauwatlanta.org) and