For information about MARSLAC funding, please visit the MARSLAC funding page.
The Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS) at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) is privileged to receive funding from the the Lemann Foundation, The Tinker Foundation, the US Department of Education, the Tannenbaum Fund, and others, to provide grants and fellowships to Columbia University undergraduate and graduate students. This Application Guide is meant to provide a brief overview of our different fellowship and travel grant program as well as information on eligibility and requirements, and submission deadlines and procedures.
The 2014-2015 Application Round covered the following programs open to students at Columbia:
IMPORTANT: The availability of AY FLAS Fellowships for 2014-2015 and beyond will be contingent upon confirmation of funding from the U.S. Dept of Education
Graduate Grants-Center for Urban and Territorial Studies, Talca, Chile
In early 2011 the Catholic University of Maule and NGO Sur Maule were awarded one of the new Millennium Initiatives in Social Sciences, which aims at the formation of the Center for Urban and Territorial Studies for intermediate cities in Chile. This initiative focuses its research on the social, cultural and economic conditions in the Maule region in recent years from an urban-territorial perspective, with special emphasis on processes developed from the earthquake of February 27, 2010.
Approved projects will be supported financially and methodologically. The maximum amount that can be accessed each investigation is of US $2,700, an amount that will be delivered according to the agreed protocol. Click here for more details.
Nominations will remain open throughout the year and will be evaluated and awarded to the extent that they are received by the center, reaching annual amounts for this purpose.
Below are links to external institutions that give grants and/or fellowships to undergraduate and graduate students: