Alumni & Graduate Students

Although AHF falls under Undergraduate Programs, there are opportunities applicable to current graduate students and/or recent alumni (in most cases, up to three years postgraduate). Please utilize individual academic departments, the Graduate School, and the Awards and Fellowships Database for additional opportunities.

Applications to Consider

Recent alumni or current graduate students may be eligible for the following opportunities:

Boren Fellowships

Funding for U.S. graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests. 

graduate student

Churchill Scholarship

One year graduate degree funding in STEM fields at University of Cambridge.


Critical Language Scholarship

8-10 week summer overseas intensive language and cultural immersion program to learn 1 of 15 critical-need languages.

graduate student

CSPC Presidential Fellows Program

Leadership conferences in Washington, D.C. for research on U.S. Presidency or Congress.

graduate student

Fulbright U.S. Student Program

One year Study/Research grant in over ~140 countries OR one year English Teaching Assistantship grant in over ~75 countries. USC campus process begins spring of junior year at the earliest.

graduate student and alumni

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Full-time postgraduate degree funding for any subject at the University of Cambridge.

graduate student and alumni

Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program

Full-time postgraduate degree funding in any subject and leadership program at Stanford University.

graduate student and alumni

Luce Scholarship

One year internship placement and stipend for students with limited exposure to Asia.


Marshall Scholarship

Graduate degree funding in the United Kingdom to promote US and UK exchange.

graduate student and alumni

George J. Mitchell Scholarship

One year Masters degree funding for 1 of 9 institutions in Republic of Ireland.

graduate student and alumni

Rhodes Scholarship

1-3 years of graduate degree funding at the University of Oxford.

graduate student and alumni

Schwarzman Scholarship

One year Master of Global Affairs degree program and leadership program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

graduate student and alumni