University of Minnesota Funding Resources
Office of Student Finance
Global Programs and Strategy Alliance (GPS Alliance)
The GPS Alliance provides
information on funding for study, internships, and research abroad for
master's and doctoral students.
You may also request a search through the GPS database for
external funding sources to conduct research abroad
Learning Abroad Center
Center has a number of scholarship opportunities for graduate
students with study and research interests in China
is available to study advanced Chinese language or conduct research
regarding Chinese language and culture in China
2-year Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of other Languages
The Graduate School
A number of fellowships are available through the Graduate
School for study and research abroad.
Office of Vice President for Research (OVPR)
The OVPR provides
a number of links to U of M and external funding resources for
University of Minnesota Libraries
libraries hold periodic workshops on funding alert services and
database searches. The workshops focus on choosing the right funding
sources and ensuring the "fundability" of your proposal.
Language Study Funding Sources
Critical Language Scholarship Program
Sponsored by the U.S.
Department of State, the scholarship fully funds students to
participate in 7-10 week group-based intensive language study.
Prerequisites for previous language study varies by language. There
are multiple options for beginners.
Helpful External Resource
a searchable database of scholarships and fellowships available for
international study, research, and internships.