Fellowship Opportunities

Whether you are in the sciences, the humanities, the creative arts, or doing a hybrid course of study that combines various fields, a fellowship can be a great vehicle to help you deepen your interest and knowledge. If you are looking to devise your own project, further explore topics covered in your coursework, your readings, the studio or lab, become part of a cohort, or spend time abroad, there are fellowship opportunities for every stage of your Brandeis career.

Fellowship opportunities are organized below so you can search based on your class standing. Remember that "research" really means independent investigation in any field of study. Internal (Brandeis-funded) research opportunities, such as the Schiff or the Provost's URF programs, can often be great starting points for developing proposals down the road, such as the Fulbright Scholarship.

This list primarily covers those programs facilitated by Academic Fellowships at Brandeis, although we also include some other programs likely to be of interest. For a complete list of Brandeis-sponsored programs, make sure to check out the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Collaborations.

Academic Fellowship Opportunities by Year