The Department of State Bureau provides fellowships for graduate students, scholars, and researchers studying Russian, East European languages, or Central Asian languages in the Language Workshop. Fellowships provide tuition, fees, and a stipend.
The Department of Defense provides scholarships for ROTC students studying Arabic, Chinese, or Russian in the Language Workshop. Scholarships provide tuition, fees, travel funds, and a stipend. Interested ROTC students should apply directly to Project GO.
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies provides scholarships for undergraduate women planning international careers to study in the Language Workshop. Scholarships provide whole or partial tuition.
The Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies provides a limited number of scholarships for the study of Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian on a competitive basis. All students are eligible to apply.
The CIBER Scholarship provides awards of up to $2,500 for undergraduate business majors studying in the Language Workshop.
The Department of Education provides scholarships for summer study in the Language Workshop. This program is administered by units other than the Language Workshop. Interested students should apply directly to the FLAS program.
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies provides scholarships for study in the Language Workshop. This scholarship is aimed especially at students who are not eligible for any of the above programs.
Minimum of $3,000. Merit based. For first-generation undergraduate students.