Study Abroad Programs
The principal programs for study abroad coordinated by the Office of Academic Affairs are listed below (indicated by *). These programs offer significant academic and financial benefits, and Princeton students have traditionally fared well in the competitions. If it is critical for you to travel to complete your scholarly work, then you should apply to as many programs as are relevant. Also, for your information, we have listed additional grants not administered by the Office of Academic Affairs but which may also be of interest to you.
Please note: To be eligible for most of these fellowships you must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent citizen.
BAEF--Belgian American Educational Foundation, Inc.
Boren Fellowships - National Security Education Program (NSEP)
DAAD--German Academic Exchange Service *
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowships (DDRA) *
Fulbright IIE *
Fulbright IIE Travel Grants
George Lurcy Fellowship (for study and research in France) *
George J. Mitchell Scholarships (for 1 year study in Ireland)
Hyde-Donald and Mary Hyde Fellowship Fund
IREX--International Research and Exchanges Board
Japan Foundation Fellowship Program
SSRC--Social Science Research Council