The University of Chicago is happy to announce the beginning of its International House Graduate Fellowships program in the United States, which will provide international students with a variety of new options. Applications are now being accepted.
Graduates who are registered for the entire academic year at the University of Chicago are eligible for the fellowship. Students might get this award in three $1,000 installments for their studies.
About the Scholarship:
The Institution of Chicago, established in 1890, is a private research university in Chicago, the third most populous city in the United States. UChicago holds the distinction of having produced the most Nobel laureates of any American university, with 92. Over 52 undergraduate majors and 41 minors are available at the University of Chicago. Apart from downtown Chicago, the institution has campuses and centers in places such as Hong Kong, Beijing, Delhi, London, and Paris. UChicago has continuously been regarded among the best educational institutions not just in the United States, but also around the world. Alumni from the University of Chicago have contributed significantly to the advancement of various academic disciplines such as economics, law, literary criticism, and sociology. The university’s campus is spread across 217 acres of land in an urban area. The university has a total enrollment of approximately 16,959 students. The undergraduate program has approximately 6,800 students, and the postgraduate degree program has approximately 10,159 students. The institution is home to some well-known centers, laboratories, and departments, including the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Argonne National Laboratory, and the US Department of Energy. These facilities and laboratories provide students with the opportunity to study about fieldwork on campus. In addition, the campus is home to a number of highly regarded and professional learning institutions, including the Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago Law School, and the Booth School of Business. Researchers at UChicago have accomplished extraordinary things, including developing innovative economic theories and discovering the link between cancer and genetics. More than 400 clubs and societies are organized by students at UChicago, including academic and political groups, sports teams, arts and cultural groups, and societies representing a diverse range of interests.The University of Chicago has won 118 tournaments and 20 national championships. In addition, beginning with the Class of 2023, the university’s empower initiative will provide free tuition to students whose families earn less than $125,000 per year. Among the university’s famous faculty members are 29 Nobel laureates and former US President Barack Obama. Satya Nadella (CEO of Microsoft), Larry Ellison (Founder of Oracle Corporation), Thomas Rex Lee (Associate Justice of the Utah Supreme Court), Ed Asner (Renowned Actor), Jan Crull (Documentary Filmmaker), Cliff Asness (Founder of QAR Capital), and Patrick Doyle (CEO of Domino’s) are among the university’s notable alumni. The College is the university’s largest academic unit, with 11 graduate divisions and professional schools on campus, including law, business, molecular engineering, and medical schools.
Two major national laboratories, an internationally renowned medical center, and the nation’s largest academic press are all operated by the University. There are six libraries on campus with over 11 million print volumes, as well as 160 research centers and institutes. Among the notable research achievements made by students and faculty at the University of Chicago are: The Human Genome Project was founded in 1990 by James Watson, a UChicago alumni who shared the Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of DNA in 1962. Today, scientists at the University of Chicago are building on Watson’s findings and altering our understanding of gene function and illness etiology. Paleontologist Paul Sereno has uncovered a plethora of previously unknown dinosaur species. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, the first person to postulate the possibility of “black holes” in the cosmos, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1983 “for his theoretical studies of the physical processes important to the formation and evolution of stars.” Bruce Lahn and Wen-Hsiung Li investigated differences in DNA sequence and gene expression between organisms in order to find genes or gene regulatory elements that differentiate humans from lower primates or that connect with specific behaviors, traits, or biological systems. With sites in Beijing, Delhi, Hong Kong, London, and Paris, and active educational programs in locations across the world, the University has a significant global presence. UChicago students improve cultural fluency and hone language abilities through quarter-long, academic year, and summer programs that either study a civilisation at its center or focus on a specific academic issue. Excursions designed by faculty encourage active engagement outside of the classroom, as the city and surroundings serve as an unofficial “second classroom” for each sequence. Study Abroad is a fully integrated component of UChicago’s undergraduate curriculum since participants stay registered in the College, get academic credit, and maintain financial aid eligibility. . Research: At the University of Chicago, research is an essential component of the academic program. The University is a global leader in scientific advancement and serves as a vital central focus for quantum science and engineering innovation.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Chicago
Scholarship Country: United States
Scholarship Worth: $3,000
Study Level: Fellowships
Nationality: International Students
The selected graduates will receive a stipend of $3,000, which will be paid out in three $1,000 quarterly installments to help them pay for their university education.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- International students from all countries are welcome to apply.
- Graduate programs at International House The University of Chicago are available for application.
- Applicants must meet all of the following criteria in order to be considered:
- Applicants must be graduate students at the University of Chicago who will be enrolled for the whole academic year.
- The applicants are expected to bring fresh ideas and interests to the International House community.
The University of Chicago USA 2022 International Graduate Fellowships is open to all international students
Please send International House at firstname.lastname@example.org the completed 2022-2023 Application Form. Please include your name and page number on every page of your submission materials and utilize your uchicago.edu email address. You will also need to submit proof of acceptance of your University of Chicago offer if your uchicago.edu email account has not yet been generated.
The application deadline for University of Chicago USA 2022 International Graduate Fellowships is April 30, 2022