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European Scholarships

Baltic-American Freedom Foundation (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia)

The Baltic-American Freedom Foundation provides up to $25,000 in scholarship for Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians looking to pursue postgraduate studies in the US. Applications are due April 1st with decisions released in June.

For additional information, please visit the Baltic-American Freedom Foundation website.

German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung)

With more than 11,000 scholars, the Studienstiftung is the largest and oldest organization sponsoring the academically gifted in Germany. A number of scholarships are available including the Becerius Law Programme (if includes research project) and the ERP Fellowship Programme.

Visit the German National Academic Foundations for additional information.

DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service

The DAAD provides opportunities for German students to conduct research, teach or study abroad in the US. There are a number of different scholarships available and additional information can be found on the DAAD website.

Theo Waigel Scholarship (Germany)

In honour of the former Federal Finance Minister and the Dr. Theo Waigel of GSK Stockmann + Kollegen, GSK offers EUR 5,000 scholarships to help young lawyers looking to study abroad in an LLM program. Additional information can be found on the GSK Stockmann+Kollegen website.

Belgian American Educational Foundation

The BAEF offers non-renewable grants for Belgian citizens which include a $16,000 living stipend and up to $30,000 for tuition. Additional information can be found on the BAEF website.

The Netherland-America Foundation (NAF)

The BAF offers a number of scholarships and loan programs to fund studies in the US. Additional information can be found on the NAF website.

The Norway-America Association (NORAM)

NORAM administrates and offers scholarship for Norwegian students, for studies on graduate level in United States. The organization awards between 25 and 30 scholarships a year, and amounts vary from $3 000 - $20 000. Additional information can be found on the NORAM website for Graduate Scholarships.

Victor Pinchuk Foundation (Ukraine)

WorldWide Studies is 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 fields selected by the Foundation as a top priority for further development of Ukraine. Grants are offered in the field of agricultural studies; environment and ecology; and law and public administration. Additional information can be found at the WorldWideStudies for Ukraine website.

Bolashak Scholarship Program (Kazakhstan)

Created in 1993 and sponsored by the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Bolashak Scholarship program provides funding for talented youth to study at top universities in the world. Applicants must 1) be admitted to the leading foreign university for graduate, doctoral and residency training; and 2) upon return maintain continued employment for a period of five years of training and practicing in Kazakhstan. Additional information can be found on Bolashak's website.