Fletcher awards over $7 million in scholarship aid annually. Fletcher scholarships are for tuition only and are awarded to both U.S. citizens/permanent residents and non-U.S. citizens on the basis of a holistic application review and assessment of financial need. Financial need is determined through an evaluation of an applicant’s resources, which includes income and asset information. Applying for scholarship assistance has no bearing on the likelihood of admission to Fletcher.
Fletcher is committed to providing scholarship assistance to as many students as possible; however, our resources are limited. While over ninety percent of the candidates requesting scholarship aid receive at least partial funding, Fletcher students need to formulate a financial plan that does not rely solely on Fletcher scholarship aid. Fletcher scholarships typically range from $5,000 per academic year up to full tuition. The middle 50 percent of scholarships awarded are in the $8,000 to $18,000 range. Please note that Fletcher offers very few full tuition scholarships, and assistance to support living expenses is not available.
All applicants to Fletcher residential degree programs seeking scholarship aid must submit a complete Fletcher Scholarship Application (included with the Application for Admission) by January 10. By completing the scholarship application, applicants are eligible for all Fletcher scholarships. All scholarship recipients (including Early Notification candidates) are notified with the release of decisions for the Scholarship Priority Round. Scholarships are renewable in the second year for those students who maintain full-time status and remain in good academic standing. In the event that a student's tuition charges are reduced, the Fletcher scholarship will be pro-rated accordingly.
Tuition scholarships are granted on the basis of a holistic application review and assessment of financial need to PhD students in the coursework phase of their degree. Some stipend funding may also be available and, as scholarships are not tied to research or teaching responsibilities, students may arrange their own preferred work during the academic year. Scholarships are also available for the Enrollment Fee paid by PhD students who have completed their coursework. Applicants for admission to the PhD program should complete the scholarship application form on the online application.
Other named scholarships and fellowships have been established by benefactors of Fletcher. Unless otherwise noted in the fellowship description, all applicants requesting scholarship assistance are automatically considered for these awards. Applicants need only submit the required financial aid application included in the application for admission. No other forms are necessary nor are special applications permitted.
Charles Francis Adams Scholarship
Atlantic Community Fellowship
Frank Rockwell Barnett Fellowship
Ruhl J. Bartlett Scholarship
The Norton W. Bell Endowed Scholarship
William L. Blue and Joan R. Blue Scholarship Fund
The René Henri Bodmer Endowed Scholarship Fund
Ralph Bunche Endowed Scholarship
The MA Edward Bunford Scholarship
John Moors Cabot Fellowship
Cabot Corporation Scholarship
The Camelot Legacy Scholarship
Antonio Cardozo Alumni Scholarship Fund
Class of 1964 Endowed Fellowship Fund
Class of 1967 Scholarship
Class of 1975 and 1976 Scholarship
Andrew J. Czekaj Term Scholarship Fund
Andreas A. David Scholarship
Phyllis E. and C. Douglas Dillon Fellowship Fund
Samuel J. Elder Scholarship
Emerging Markets Enterprise Scholarship
Benjamin and Alice Finn Memorial Scholarship
The Fletcher Term Scholarship
Barbara and Brian Gibbs Endowed Scholarship Fund
Carl J. Gilbert Scholarship
Joan Gillespie Fellowship
Mr. and Mrs. Nihal W. Goonewardene Term Scholarship
Armand Hammer Scholarship
Joseph Harrison and Francis H. Russell Fellowship
Gregory Henderson Scholarship
Richard D. and Polly B. Hill Scholarship Fund
Asher Hobson Scholarship Fund
A. Elken Hohenberg Charitable Scholarship
The Robert D. Hormats Scholar in International Economic Policy
The Arthur H. House Fletcher School Endowed Scholarship
The Institute Scholarship
The Milda Isenberg Scholarship Fund
The Philip and Barbara Kaplan Scholarship
Fay Kirby Scholarship
Mary Stuart Kreimer Scholarship
Mary Stuart Kreimer Endowed Scholarship
Karina Lago Memorial Fellowship
Dana Laird Memorial Fund
John R. Lacey Endowed Scholarship Fund
James Duane Livingston III Term Scholarship Fund
James Duane Livingston III Endowed Scholarship Fund
Roger Long Scholarship
Emily and Henry Cabot Lodge Fellowship
Mary Pillsbury Lord Fellowship
Ludlow-Teillon Endowed Scholarship
The Peter Malone Endowed Scholarship
Ronald D. McLaurin Endowed Scholarship Fund
Irene W. Meister Endowed Scholarship for International Business
Irene W. Meister Endowed Scholarship
Jeffrey C. Metzel Scholarship
Dr. Misra Endowed Scholarship
Sherry Mueller Scholarship
National Bank of Greece
National Chengchi University Fellowship
Frank C. and Christel W. Nichols Scholarship Fund
Mark Kimball Nichols Endowed Scholarship
Frederick Pakis Global Master of Arts Fund
The John C. Palenberg, F81 Endowed Scholarship
John Curtis Perry Fellowship
David S. Pettit and Susan Gould Pettit Endowed Scholarship
John E. Peurifoy Fellowship
Zane Preston Endowed Scholarship
The Puth Family Endowed Scholarship
The Harry A. Radliffe II/CBS Endowed Scholarship
Ian Paley Rak Fellowship
John Roche Memorial Scholarship
Roome International Fund
The Thomas C. Sadler Endowed Scholarship
Safran Endowed Scholarship Fund
Jan Sallinger Memorial Term Scholarship
Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship
Schmidheiny Global Business Scholarship
Charles N. and Josephine W. Shane Scholarship
Cornelia M. and Jonathan A. Small Scholarship
Johannes and Julia R. Solleveld Fellowship in International Environmental and Resource Policy
C.V. Starr Scholarship
Admiral James and Laura Stavridis Endowed Scholarship Fund
The James R. Tanenbaum Term Scholarship Fund
Alma G. and Merton B. Tarlow Endowed Scholarship Fund
Alma G. and Merton B. Tarlow Term Scholarship Fund
Francesco Tomasini Memorial Scholarship
Somerville Pinkney Tuck Memorial Fellowship
Trilling Society Scholarship
Theodore Xanthaky and Dorothy Osborne Xanthaky Scholarship
Alan M. Wachman Memorial Scholarship
The Charles Hoover Ware Scholarship Fund
Through the Institute for Business in the Global Context, many students also support their studies with research and internship opportunities.
Schmidheiny Global Business Scholarship
Fletcher is pleased to offer the Schmidheiny Global Business Scholarship to MIB students who show leadership and promise in careers that involve the intersection of global issues and business practice. Fletcher is committed to supporting students whose interests lie in the interactions between the public and private sectors, the impact of foreign policy on management decision-making and strategy, and the growing range of international affairs trends impacting business. All scholarship recipients receive a full tuition scholarship. This scholarship is offered through the generosity of Thomas Schmidheiny.
Emerging Markets Enterprise Scholarship
Fletcher is pleased to offer the Emerging Markets Enterprise Scholarship to MIB students who are committed to fostering the growth of enterprises based in or operating in the emerging markets. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of their knowledge of, interest in, and dedication to emerging markets enterprise issues. Topics of interest include particular geographies (not only the most recognized markets such as China and India, but also additional markets such as South Africa, Egypt, Indonesia, etc.) as well as issues related to the successful growth of enterprise in those areas (e.g. governance structures, new market entry, infrastructure, and intellectual property). Scholarships recipients receive minimum half tuition scholarship and opportunities to participate in research with the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises. Scholarship recipients need not be residents or citizens of an emerging market to be considered.
The Institute Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to MIB students based on both financial need and demonstrated interest and experience in the complexities of international business and management issues. These students exemplify the characteristics and interests of the Institute for Business in The Global Context.
Fletcher is pleased to offer the Harambe Fletcher Scholarship to an MIB or MALD student who is an Associate or Affiliate of the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance. The Harambe Fletcher Scholarship is a prestigious full tuition scholarship awarded to our most exceptional applicants who demonstrate academic excellence, professional leadership, and global experience with a focus on Africa. We are pleased to offer this scholarship in recognition of our partnership with the Harambe Entrepreneurial Alliance.
Special Program Scholarships
Fletcher is pleased to provide scholarship assistance to participants in the following programs. Special program scholarships are included as part of your Fletcher scholarship award. Based on financial need and a holistic application review, Fletcher scholarships for special program participants may exceed the minimum award. The following scholarships are available to students in Fletcher’s residential degree programs only, unless otherwise noted.
- AmeriCorps Alumni - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Charles B. Rangel Fellows - first and second year scholarships based on merit and need
- Harambe Fletcher Scholarship - a full tuition scholarship for one Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance Affiliate or Associate who has been accepted to the MIB or MALD program
- Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellows - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Returned Peace Corps Volunteers - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Ronald E. McNair Scholars - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Teach For America Alumni - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Teach for China Alumni - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Teach for India Alumni - minimum scholarship of $5,000 per academic year
- Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellows - first and second year scholarships based on merit and need
- Yellow Ribbon Program - minimum scholarship of $8,000 per academic year for eligible candidates (available to Fletcher students in all degree programs). More information is available at Tufts' Veterans benefits page and the Fletcher Veterans page.
Admitted students are encouraged to apply for scholarships offered through government agencies, private foundations and other sources. The Internet and scholarship guidebooks can be helpful in searching for outside scholarship information. The deadlines for many scholarships sponsored by private organizations are often in October or November of the year before a student intends to matriculate, and some may require fall enrollment in a graduate program for a candidate to be eligible. Applicants considering January enrollment should investigate outside funding opportunities well in advance to determine eligibility.
Applicants from the United States are urged to consult their undergraduate placement, counseling, and financial aid offices regarding fellowship programs that may support graduate study. International students should apply for awards offered by their governments or by governmental and private agencies in the United States or elsewhere.
- APSIA - The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) lists many IR-related fellowships and scholarships
- College Answer - Sallie Mae's "Planning for College Destination"
- College Board - The College Board's online scholarship search based on the College Board’s Annual Survey of Financial Aid Programs
- Fastweb - claims to be the Internet's largest free scholarship search
- FinAid - Financial Aid Information Page, offering a wealth of information about student loans and scholarships
- MEFA — Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority
- Open Education Database (OEDb) - Provides information on grants and scholarships, as well as links to external awards.
- Peterson's - Peterson's information on financing education and other topics
- Student Scholarship Search provides scholarship updates across a wide variety of requirements
- U.S. Department of Education - The Department of Education's site on Financial Aid for Students
- U.S. Veterans benefit information - for veterans interested in attending The Fletcher School
- Access Group — nonprofit, mission-driven organization providing federal and private loans to the broadest range of eligible students
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation - Provides merit and need-based scholarships for currently-enrolled students.
- Citibank Student Loans - Citibank educational loan opportunities, including CitiAssist Graduate Loan program
- Humane Studies Fellowship - Awards up to $15,000 per year to graduate students with research interests related to free societies, and dedicated to advancing the ideas of liberty through research and teaching.
- Institute for International Education — IIE administers the Fulbright Program
- International Education Financial Aid - Provides resources for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad
- International Resource and Exchanges Board (IREX) - IREX sponsors a broad range of fellowship opportunities for masters, predoctoral, and postdoctoral research
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation — private foundation that offers scholarships worth up to $50,000 to college seniors or recent graduates to attend graduate or professional programs
- Japanese Americans Citizens League (JACL) National Scholarship Program - The oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organization in the US, the JACL offers one-time scholarships to entering graduate students. Applicants must be National JACL members, which is open to candidates of any ethnic background or nationality.
- Lint Center for National Security Studies - Awards a variety of scholarships to candidates pursuing study and work in counterintelligence and national security.
- Mpower Financing - Provides educational loans to both domestic and international students; no co-signer required.
- National Association of Black Journalists - Annual scholarship program for students interested in pursuing a career in journalism. To be considered and to receive a scholarship, all applicants must be a member of NABJ.
- Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans - Green card holders and naturalized Americans under 31 years old are eligible to apply for this scholarship, which awards up to $90,000 to support two years of graduate study.
- Peace and Collaborative Development Network – Free professional networking site to foster dialogue and sharing of resources in international development, conflict resolution, gender mainstreaming, human rights, social entrepreneurship and related fields. Provides resources and information regarding scholarship and fellowship opportunities.
- Point Foundation National LGBTQ Scholarship Fund - Point Foundation (Point) is the nation's largest higher education scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students. Awards are a function of academic performance, leadership skills, financial need, personal goals and the applicant’s involvement in the LGBTQ community. Attention is also given to students who have lost the social support of their families and/or communities as a result of revealing their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
- Sallie Mae - Sallie Mae's Online Scholarship Service
- Women's Leadership Scholarship (WLS) program - Creates educational opportunities for women around the world who are grassroots leaders, organizers and activists demonstrating financial need. WLS invests in women's leadership and leadership development by supporting non-doctoral graduate education in human rights, sustainable development, and public health.
- WyzAnt College Scholarship - WyzAnt, a private tutor network, sponsors an essay contest with awards of $10,000, $3,000, and $2,000 (determined by popular vote). Requires establishing a WyzAnt account.
- Beineke Scholarship Program - Selects college juniors for a total of $34,000 to support graduate study in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
- Boren Fellowship - Provides up to $30,000 to US graduate students to pursue study and research in area studies and language proficiency in areas of the world critical to US interests.
- Charles B. Rangel Fellowship - Provides fellowships of up to $28,000 annually for completion of a two-year master’s degree in international affairs or a related subject (such as public administration, public policy, business administration, foreign languages, economics, political science, communications) at a graduate or professional school approved by the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute - For Latino students — The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) publishes a comprehensive list of scholarships, internships, and fellowships targeting Latino students
- Celia M. Howard Fellowship - For Illinois women, the Celia M. Howard Fellowship was established in 1948 with the purpose of giving financial assistance to train well-qualified Illinois women for study in the Field of Diplomacy
- DiversityJobs Scholarship - Open to all diversity and minority students, including Hispanics, African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, military veterans, women, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBT community. DiversityJobs.com awards $3,000 annually to one student per year.
- Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program - For individuals interested in careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Fellowship awards include up to $22,000 per year toward tuition and mandatory fees of a two-year Masters degree, a $16,000 stipend per year for room, board, and other related expenses, and up to $10,000 per year in summer internship-related expenses.
- GI Bill/Yellow Ribbon Program - Program coordinated by the United States Department of Veteran Affairs for eligible US Veterans. The Fletcher School is a participating institution. See Tufts's Veteran benefits page for more details.
- Government Finance Officers Association - Awards scholarships for students preparing for careers in state and local government finance.
- Harry S. Truman Scholarship - Selects college juniors for $30,000 toward graduate study to further careers in public service.
- Hispanic College Scholarship Fund - Leading organization supporting Hispanic higher education
- Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF) ISF is a 501 C (3) non-profit organization founded in 2006 to encourage Muslim students in the United States to pursue college and post graduate degrees in humanities, social sciences and liberal arts.
- The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) - Extra Innings Fellowship Program - Fellows may receive up to $10,000 per year toward graduate study in a variety of disciplines with substantial community impact.
- JVS Scholarship Program - A need-based program providing scholarships for college and graduate school for Jewish students who are permanent residents of Los Angeles County.
- Kinesis — Provides resources for Puerto Rican residents to supplement federal student aid for graduate-level study (website is Spanish-only)
- National Association of Fellowship Advisors —Provides resources for national, merit-based scholarships for college and graduate level students
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program — The Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) invests in graduate education for individuals who demonstrate their potential to successfully complete graduate degree programs in disciplines relevant to the mission of the National Science Foundation.
- Open Education Database (OEDb) Scholarships for Women - Provides information and links to a variety of external awards exclusively for women pursuing higher education.
- Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship - For individuals who are interested in joining the United States Department of State Foreign Service. Fellowship award includes tuition, room, board, and mandatory fees for the first year and second year of graduate study, with reimbursement for books and one round-trip travel
- PPIA Fellowship Program - Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program prepares young adults from historically underrepresented groups for leadership positions in government, nonprofits, international organizations and other institutional settings
- The Leopold Schepp Foundation - Awards scholarships of up to $8,500 for candidates pursuing full-time graduate study. Candidates must be under 40 years old at the time of application, and have a minimum 3.2 GPA. The application process requires a personal interview in New York City.
- Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans - Applicants who are "New Americans" — naturalized U.S. citizens, green card holders, or the children of two naturalized citizens — may be interested in the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans which provide half of tuition plus $20,000 for each of two years of graduate study.
- STEMGradStudents.science.gov - A clearinghouse for federally-sponsored opportunities for grad students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) areas.
- The Straus Historical Society Scholarship - The Straus Historical Society fosters educational activities related to public service, and offers a $5,000 scholarship to graduating students preparing for public service careers.
- Switzer Fellowship Program -The Switzer Fellowship Program offers one-year Fellowships to highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies and career goals are directed toward environmental improvement and who clearly demonstrate leadership in their field.
- The Gen and Kelly Tanabe Scholarship - Awards merit-based $1,000 scholarships for graduate study.
- Toigo Foundation Fellowship - The Toigo MBA Fellowship provides minority MBA or other business degree candidates committed to careers in finance with a network of contacts, one-on-one career guidance, leadership training, and a merit award. Toigo Fellowships are awarded the Spring prior to the start of graduate school.
- Women In Defense - Through the HORIZONS Scholarship, established in 1988, Women In Defense encourages women to pursue careers related to the national security and defense interests of the United States and to provide development opportunities to women already working in national security and defense fields.
- Scholarshipsinindia.com Provides links to a variety of scholarship opportunities for Indian students.
- Afghan LL.M Scholarship Program - The Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan (PPP) funds Afghan legal professionals to pursue graduate-level legal studies in the United States for one year.
- Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Programme - Provides a limited number of scholarships to students from select developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies. Applications open in January of each year.
- American Association of University Women - AAUW International Fellowships support for full-time study or research to women who are not United States citizens or permanent residents.
- The American-Scandinavian Foundation Offers funding to outstanding Scandinavian (citizens of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden) students to undertake study or research programs in the United States for up to one year.
- Becas Chile - For Chilean citizens, sponsored by the Ministry of Education.
- Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) - Provides a range of post graduate awards and fellowships to women focusing on a variety of areas, including gender analysis, international humanitarian work, and human rights for women and girls.
- CANhelp — For Canadian citizens — Canadian Higher Education Loan Program (CanHELP)
- COLFUTURO — For Colombian citizens — Provides financial assistance for Colombians pursuing graduate study abroad.
- eduPASS - A resource guide for foreign nationals who wish to study in the U.S.A.
- Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program - For citizens of China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique, South Africa, Egypt, Palestine, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia: The Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP) provides opportunities for advanced study to exceptional individuals who will use this education to become leaders in their respective fields, furthering development in their own countries and greater economic and social justice worldwide. All applications must be submitted to the appropriate IFP International Partner listed on the website above in the country or region where the applicant resides
- Fundacao Estudar — For Brazilian citizens - Fundacao Estudar is a merit-based scholarship program for Brazilian students studying at top M.B.A., M.P.P./International Affairs and LL.M. programs
- FUNED - For Mexican citizens — A private, nonprofit organization that provides financing for graduate education (one and two-year programs) to outstanding Mexican candidates.
- Funding for US Study Online - For international students seeking funding opportunities for study in the United States. Organized and maintained by the Institute of International Education (IIE), Funding for US Study is an extensive database of scholarships, fellowships and grants including all types of funding programs, for all levels of post-secondary study, across the full range of academic areas.
- The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's new fellowship program promotes prospective leaders from threshold and developing countries who are engaged in climate protection and resource conservation in academia or business, government or non-governmental organizations. Up to twenty fellows are scheduled to be funded annually.
- Internationalscholarships.com - Provides an extensive list of scholarships, grants and loan programs for students from any origin
- Internationalstudentloan.com - Access to loans for non-US citizens wishing to study in the U.S. Non-US citizen students are required to have a US Citizen or permanent resident as a co-signer to apply for this loan.
- International Peace Research Association Foundation - The Senesh Fellowship for Women from Developing Countries makes an award every other year for two years of graduate study focusing on peace and development issues ($5000/year). For women from developing countries who have been accepted into a graduate program.
- The Fulbright Program – The Fulbright Program enables thousands of Foreign Fulbright fellows to study in U.S. academic programs each year
- ISO Student Health Insurance - ISO is a membership organization for international students studying in the United States with a mission of providing quality, low-cost health insurance coverage
- Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund - The Rowe Fund awards educational loans to qualified persons from Latin American and Caribbean countries, to help them finance their higher studies in the United States. These loans are made on the understanding that when the recipients have completed their studies, they are to return to their respective home countries to assist in their countries’ development and further their welfare.
- The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund (MMMF) awards educational grants to women from developing countries whose graduate studies and future plans aim to benefit women and children in their respective regions. For students from developing countries who are currently studying in the United States or Canada.
- Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship — For citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan: provides opportunity to pursue graduate study at the master's level in the United States
- Narotam Sekhsaria Scholarship Programme - Offers interest-free loan scholarships for post-graduate studies to Indian students with consistently high academic records.
- World Wide Studies – for Ukrainian citizens. An educational initiative of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, aimed at fostering a new generation of Ukrainian professional elites. The project encourages Ukrainian youth to get Master’s degrees in the world’s best universities in the following fields: agricultural studies, environment and ecology, law, and public administration.
- American Association of University Women — AAUW American Fellowships support women doctoral candidates and scholars seeking funds for postdoctoral research leave or for preparing completed research for publication. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents
- The Foundation Center — The Center's mission is to strengthen the nonprofit sector by advancing knowledge of U.S. philanthropy, provides guidance on finding foundation support for financing education
- National Security Education Program Fellowships - National Security Education Program’s David L. Boren graduate fellowships are intended to enable students to pursue the study of languages, cultures, and world regions deemed critical to U.S. national security, but less frequently studied.
- United States Institute of Peace — Grants to support projects in the field of international peace and conflict resolution
- Community of Science — Global resource for finding information critical to scientific research and other projects across all disciplines
- Morris K. Udall Foundation — Provides one-year fellowships of up to $24,000 to doctoral candidates whose research concerns environmental public policy or environmental conflict resolution entering their final year of dissertation writing.
Supplemental Scholarships for Enrolled Students
Fletcher School is pleased to offer several additional scholarship opportunities to enrolled students. The following scholarships are awarded annually, and may provide funding in addition to institutional scholarship aid. Fletcher will send enrolled students annual application announcements for the following, each of which requires a separate application:
Dacor Bacon House Foundation Fellowship
Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired (DACOR), an association of US Foreign Service Officers in Washington, DC, awards the Bacon House Foundation Fellowship annually to a Fletcher student, in an amount up to $10,000 ($5,000 per semester). The award is made primarily on the basis of academic excellence, and requires an expressed interest in an international relations field such as language, conflict resolution, international economics, or environmental science.
The Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund
The Will of Dolores Zohrab Liebmann created a perpetual charitable trust designated as "The Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund" for the purpose of funding advanced education and graduate study grants. Each award covers the cost of tuition and an $18,000 annual stipend. Tufts University nominates three qualified candidates for this Fellowship; Fletcher may put forward two candidates for the Tufts University selection committee to consider.
Gregory Henderson Scholarship
This scholarship is made possible through a gift from the Estate of Maia Henderson, a longtime friend of Fletcher. The Henderson Scholarship supports Fletcher students pursuing Korean Studies. The terms of this scholarship are explicit -- Scholarship recipients will be required to submit a letter of thanks to the trustees of the estate detailing their pursuit of Korean Studies while at Fletcher.
The John L. Robinson Educational Fund Fellowship
The John L. Robinson Educational Fund at the North Texas Community Foundation (The Robinson Fund) will grant scholarships on a competitive basis to second-year master's students studying United States-Arab World commercial diplomacy and business diplomacy. Fellowship recipients will receive a full-tuition scholarship for their second year of study at The Fletcher School. Open to MALD and MIB students who are academically qualified with a demonstrated interest in United States-Arab World commercial diplomacy and business diplomacy.