There are many external or non-BYU scholarships available to students. The following resources list opportunities for scholarships, fellowships, grants, and funding for research and research programs available to students studying CPMS majors.
Scholarships with Upcoming Deadlines
Provides a $10,000 stipend to graduating college senior pursuing public service anywhere in the world.
Provides funding of up to $40,000 annually for students interested in pursuing a foreign service career in the US Department of State.
Grads: Jan 28; Undergrads:Feb 5
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Scholarships awarded to junior or senior women pursuing a career in aerospace. Open to international students.
Pembroke-King’s program offers an exceptional opportunity for students to take advantage of the Cambridge tutorial or supervision system.
HENAAC lists several scholarship opportunities for students studying engineering, applied science, computer science and math ranging from $500-$5,000.
$2,000 scholarships to students studying math or science wth at least a 3.5 GPA.
Women with two years of completed undergraduate work who want to complete travel research projects are welcome to apply.
$10,000 and $5,000 scholarships are awarded to students pursuing careers in healthcare.
Scholarship open to PKP members looking to fund career development and/or post-baccalaureate studies. 140 awards of $500 each will be distributed.
Scholarships provided to U.S. students with at least a 3.9GPA for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
Scholarships for U.S. students with at least a 3.9GPA for studies at any British University.
Scholarships for one year of graduate study at any university in Ireland or Northern Ireland for U.S. students with at least a 3.9GPA.
Nov 7-7 (varies by discipline)
Awards approximately 900 fellowships to outstanding students pursuing research-based masters of PhD study. See website for list of preferred disciplines.
Provides fully-fuinded group-based intensive language instruction focusing on Arabic, Persian, Azerbaijani, Bagla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, and Urdu, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian.
Provides graduate scholarship in the graduate arts, performing arts, and creative writing for up-and-coming artists from low income backgrounds.
Offers up to $30,000 to students pursuing careers in government or public service who plann to attend graduate school.
Gives graduating senior the opportunity to work with international affairs issues associates in Washington D. C.
Open to all majors, this sharply focused two-week experience offers classes at the Oxford University Said Business School.
Offers a 2-year scholarship up to $7,500 annually for students involved in math, science, or engineering research.
Undergrads: Dec 16; Grads: Jan 15
Provides up to $20,000 for undergradutaes and $30,000 to graduates wishing to study abroad in countries critical to US national interests but under-represented in study abroad.
Dec 16 (by 5:00 PM EST)
Offers STEM field scholarships of $25,000-$38,000 for full tuition and education related fees.
Provides funding for a doctoral degree in science or engineering.
This office maintains a list of external (non-BYU) scholarships and fellowship opportunities. Their database is searchable by several criteria including scholarship name, discipline of study, demographic group, professional programs and specialized lists of interest areas. They also maintain records of other opportunities including internships, study abroad programs, research opportunities, summer programs, and competitions.
CollegeAnswer.com is maintained by SallieMae. The site gives away a $1,000 scholarship each month to a registered user through a random drawing. Registered users of the site can also search their database of scholarships for free.