Maurice and Lois Schwartz Fellowship Application

APPLICATION AND ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS DUE BY JANUARY 15

The Schwartz fellowship is designed to help support graduate students with international study during their degree program. The normal amounts for Schwartz fellowships are $1500 (for one quarter), though under exceptional circumstances two-quarter $3000 fellowships have been awarded. The international study need not involve a full quarter of study. Some recipients in the past have proposed shorter periods of study with targeted goals (e.g., gathering of research data for an academic project; study in an intensive language program of more limited duration). First priority must be given to students in the NELC M.A. program.

After submitting this form, please email attachments (Word or PDF) to neareast@uw.edu: (1) Unofficial Transcript (UW and previous institutions if this is your first quarter at UW), (2) a current CV, (3) A 1-2 page description of the proposed study or research abroad (include description of the nature of the study, country, location(s), anticipated dates of stay, and the way in which a Schwartz fellowship would be used)

The email subject should contain your last name and the name of the fellowship. All attachments should be labeled LastName_FellowshipName_Document. Example: Smithee_Bateh_ResearchPaper

Three letters of recommendation should be emailed directly to neareast@uw.edu by the instructor/professor. DO NOT submit your own letters of recommendation.

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