Grants

Students in the International Studies Program can receive funding to study abroad or enhance their language learning opportunities. Below is a list of grants available to students.

International Travel Grants

Aronson International Experience Grant

The Aronson International Experience Grant awards have been made possible through a generous gift from Jeffrey and Shari Aronson as part of the Aronson Center for International Studies. They are designed to make educational opportunities abroad more accessible to International Studies Program students.

Brown Family Travel Fund

The Brown Family Travel Fund is an endowment supported by the H.L. and Elizabeth M. Brown Foundation. The fund is geared toward rising or current seniors in the international studies program.

Hull Family Study Abroad Fund

The Hull Family Study Abroad Fund was created with the purpose of providing Johns Hopkins undergraduates with the opportunity to study abroad at the University’s SAIS Europe center in Bologna, Italy.


Language Learning Grants

Blakemore Freeman Fellowships & Refresher Grants

Blakemore language grants are awarded to individuals pursuing professional careers in fields such as business, academia, journalism, public service, law, science, medicine, architecture, engineering, the fine arts, education, etc. who would benefit from improved fluency in an East or Southeast Asian language.

Center for Language Education (CLE) Study Abroad Scholarship

The Study Abroad Scholarship program is available to students studying a language offered in CLE overseas during the spring semester.

Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships assist students in acquiring competence in foreign languages. The International Studies Program at Johns Hopkins Homewood and the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC have been approved by the U.S. Department of Education to award FLAS fellowships to eligible Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (Homewood undergraduate and graduate students ONLY) and SAIS students studying the following languages: Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Yiddish, Burmese, Indonesian, Persian, Thai, and Vietnamese.  Study of other languages may be awarded on a case-by-case basis.

U.S. Department of State Language Programs Web Site

The U.S. State Department has a new website intended to be a “one-stop” platform listing U.S. government language programs for Americans seeking to learn a foreign language.  In addition to State and Defense programs, several of the Department of Education’s Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs are also listed.  Each of the site’s program entries includes a list of languages taught under the program.