Pate Scholars Program

G. Timothy and Jessica Hope Pate Environmental Science Field Program Scholarships (The Pate Scholars) fund was inspired by Jessica’s wonderful experience at Carolina and the role the Institute for the Environment’s field sites played in her time at UNC. The … Continued

Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship

If you’re pursuing an IT-related degree, the Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship could help you combine your passion for technology and love of travel into to a rewarding career. As an FAIT Fellow, you’ll receive substantial financial support, mentoring, … Continued

Kenan Biddle Partnership Grant

The Kenan-Biddle Partnership, funded by the William R. Kenan Charitable Trust and The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, offers  grants up to $5,000 to accepted project proposals that enhance the intellectual life at both universities by strengthening established or encouraging new … Continued

Bridge Year Fellowship

The Global Gap Year Bridge Year Fellowship is awarded to a second semester sophomore who will take a year away from UNC to engage in international service before returning in the following fall. At this time we will only be … Continued

UNC Medical Horizons Fellowship

The UNC Medical Horizons Fellowship provides funding for a student to join 1st and 4th year medical students on a summer women’s health project in Honduras. The Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs manages the award and review … Continued

Phillips Ambassadors Program

The Phillips Ambassadors Program is open to UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University undergraduate students across all majors, who are applying for a UNC-approved study abroad academic program located in East Asia, South Asia or Southeast Asia. Students must be … Continued

Burch Fellowship

Passion. Commitment. Imagination. Leadership. Burch Fellows are exceptional students who bring these qualities to an academic endeavor that falls within the University’s mission. Applicants must have the imagination and resourcefulness to plan a fellowship experience that allows you to pursue … Continued

Class of 1938 Fellowships

Supported by an endowment from the University of North Carolina’s Class of 1938, a class that matured during the second World War, a period characterized by immense loss of life, world-wide suffering, and devastation. The Class of 1938 came together … Continued

TaLK: Teach and Learn in Korea

The TaLK Program is unique in many ways. It is only one of two government-sponsored English programs here in South Korea, and the only program that provides an opportunity for individuals with at least 2 years of post-secondary education to … Continued

Teach and Learn with Georgia (TLG)

Teach and Learn with Georgia (TLG), a progressive education movement initiated by the Georgian government, recruits native English speakers to co-teach English alongside local English teachers in public schools throughout the country of Georgia. TLG aims to improve Georgia’s nationwide … Continued