For work and study abroad
- Benjamin A. Gilman International
This program is offered through the Bureau of Educational
and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State and is
administered by the Institute of International education.
Selected recipients are awarded up to $5,000, depending on
the length of their program, to defray the costs associated with
- The French-American Chamber of Commerce sponsors the "International
Career Development Program" for US citizens AND permanent
residents to work in France for 3-18 months. Work is
in Paris or Paris region. Modest costs (c. $300: 00 for visa
and French immigration authorities - FACC does not charge anything
itself). The contact is Nicole Sebastian, Director of Exchanges:
- Sigma Delta Pi Scholarships in Spanish: 10 for study in
Spain, 4 for study in Ecuador, 14 for study in Mexico, 1 for
study in Perú, available to undergraduate and
graduate students. Deadline for applications: February
1, 2002. For more information and forms, contact Prof. Germán
Carrillo, LL 480 or e-mail.
- David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships provide undergraduates
up to $20,000 and graduate students up to $28,000 for a year
for study abroad and language study. For information contact
the National Security Education
Program, 1101 Wilson Boulevard, Rosslyn P. O. Box 20010,
Arlington, VA 22209-2248, tel. (703) 696-1991, e-mail.
- Students of French: Walter Jensen Scholarship for Study
Abroad for the students of B.A., B.S., and M.A.T. programs.
The applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
and a non-native speaker of French. Contact
AATF Headquarters, or e-mail.
For study in the US
- Research fellowships and grants (attention M.A. students!)
for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Education,
Culture, and Sports and United States' Universities
The program is designed to promote closer ties between scholarly
Hispanicism in the US in the areas of humanities, social sciences,
and the cultural and academic developments of Spain.
Projects oriented toward the dissemination of Spanish culture
throughout the academic systems of the US are reviewed for
Priority is given to those proposals of high scholarly quality
which will have an important impact upon the field of Hispanicism,
both regionally and nationwide.
Fellowships available to our
Fellowships for teachers of foreign languages
French Embassy Cultural Service
Languages and Literatures Department
Lalumiere Language Hall, 254
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7063 * Fax: (414) 288-7653