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.
About the Fellowship
The Vogel International Fellowship yearly awards several Moritz students either $1,000 (for long-term programs) or $500 (for short-term programs) to assist in paying for eligible education abroad program expenses, including program costs, housing, airfare, etc.
Applicants must also apply for one of Moritz College of Law’s semester or short-term education abroad programs. Granting of the fellowship is dependent upon acceptance to and participation in a Moritz education abroad program.
Applications are due by March 1.
Please submit a 250-word statement via email to The Office of International and Graduate Affairs using the contact information below. Please describe how enrollment in the Education Abroad program aligns with your interests and will support your short and long term goals and provide any information that demonstrates your financial need.
The Office of International and Graduate Affairs will inform students whether or not they have been awarded the Vogel International Fellowship by March 15.
Laura Fernández-Álvarez, Assistant Dean
Office of International & Graduate Affairs
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
55 W 12th Avenue, 341 Drinko Hall
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Phone: +1-614-688-5328/ firstname.lastname@example.org