Yalies and the Fox International Fellowship
This section is for Yale students interested in applying for a Fox Fellowship to travel to and conduct research at a Fox exchange partner university. For non-Yale students from Fox exchange partner universities, go here for information on how to apply. The Fox Fellowship is NOT open to postdoctoral applicants and international student proposing projects in their home country are NOT eligible.
The Fox Fellowship is open to graduate and professional school students at Yale University. Students in doctoral programs should be finished with their coursework and students in masters or graduate professional programs should have administrative approval to interrupt their course work. Graduating masters and professional school students are eligible to apply. Graduating seniors of unusual distinction and with clearly focused research may also be considered. The Fox Fellowship places a strong emphasis on communicative competence in the host country language(s) to truly engage colleagues and establish long term personal relationships with people from the Fox Partner University and the larger community of that University and the overall Fox alumni/ae network.
How to Apply
Submit your application online through the Student Grants and Fellowships Database at Yale University. The basic application materials include statement of interest (3-5 pages), leadership statement (1-2 pages), recent curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation. Please see the full application requirements and deadlines in the Student Grants website.
Application deadline is mid-January each year and accepted fellows will be notified by mid-April. The Fellowship period is ten months and begins in late August or at the start of the exchange partner academic year.
The deadline is at 1.00pm on February 17, 2016.