The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy International Graduate Student Scholarship (Global South) Application

The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy in the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences encourages you to apply for scholarships, awarded for academic year 2024-2025. The Scholarship is renewable through 2025-2026 academic year providing the student remain continuously enrolled and a student in good standing. The commitment will not exceed two academic years and may not be utilized in the Summer Quarter.

The purpose of this award is to provide recognition and financial assistance to international graduate students within the School. Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to international graduate students from the global south, defined as Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Central and South America, and the Caribbean, with strong preference given to students from Africa and Central and South America. Students who have been admitted into The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy are eligible to apply. This award is designed to attract first year students to the program.

We will announce the 24/25 academic year awardees in Spring 2024. In order to receive the award, the student must be enrolled, matriculated and on campus as an Applied Diplomacy student in the Fall of 2024 and remain enrolled as a student in good standing throughout the program. There may be an opportunity to receive additional awards for educational expenses as funds become available.

If you have any questions, please contact applieddiplomacy@depaul.edu.

Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Deadline
04/01/2024
Supplemental Questions
  1. The members of the selection committee will be paying close attention to the detail with which these questions are answered. Comprehensive answers are encouraged. Please select “yes” to reflect that you understand that your essay is critical to your success in this scholarship.
  2. What are your vocational objectives and how are they served by obtaining an M.A. in Applied Diplomacy?
  3. How have your undergraduate studies prepared you to study diplomacy at the graduate level?
  4. Have you been involved in efforts which required building bridges between different individuals, organizations or communities? If so please describe the nature of your experience and the way it informs your understanding of diplomacy.
  5. Please upload your current CV/Resume.