Fellowships and Scholarships
Moritz College of Law Funding Opportunities
The Finn International Summer and Post-Graduate Service Fellowships were established in 2015 by the empowering philanthropy of Mike and Janet Finn. As longstanding partners in the public interest training and global service visions of the Moritz College of Law, Mr. and Mrs. Finn’s generosity made the Public Service Law Center at Moritz possible. Now, through the Finn Fellowships, the College is able to expose law students who possess a demonstrated interest in international service to the realities of law in a complex global society. The Fellowship provides students and recent graduates with financial support for training and educational experiences in an international setting.
International Summer Service Fellowship
The Finn Summer Fellowship enables three Moritz J.D. students to devote eight to ten weeks to public interest summer training and legal service outside of the United States with a one-time, non-renewable stipend of $7,000. To learn more about eligibility, application deadlines, and how to apply, please click here.
International Post-Graduate Service Fellowship
The Finn Fellowship enables one graduating Moritz J.D. student to devote 12 months to public interest training and legal service outside of the United States with a one-year, non-renewable stipend of $60,000. To learn more about eligibility, application deadlines, and how to apply, please click here.
Vogel International Fellowship
The Vogel International Fellowship was created in 2005 due to the generosity of Moritz College of Law alumnus Mr. Stephen Vogel. These endowed funds are used to encourage Moritz College of Law students to engage in international education opportunities. Each year, several awards of up to $1,000 are granted to need and merit-based applicants participating in one of the Moritz College of Law’s sponsored education abroad programs. To learn more about eligibility, application deadlines, and how to apply, please click here.
The Ohio State University Funding Opportunities
Office of International Affairs
The Office of International Affairs offers funding opportunities to graduate students. Please read the complete list of funding opportunities available to graduate students here.
Outside Funding Opportunities
NSEP Boren Scholarship
The Boren Scholarship provides unique funding opportunities for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad, which include Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America and the Middle East. Students can receive up to $20,000 for a one-year study abroad. For more information about the scholarship, please visit their website, or contact The Ohio State University Center for Languages, Literatures, and Culture at email@example.com.
You may also find other scholarship and fellowship opportunities through private and non-profit groups. See a more detailed list from The Office of International Affairs here.