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The Keough School is committed to attracting the most promising students into the Master of Global Affairs, regardless of their financial background or circumstances, and to ensuring that students do not graduate with debt that would prevent them from having an impact and pursuing their professional calling in public service. Fellowships are awarded to incoming students based on academic promise and merit.
Funding for general merit fellowships is provided by the following:
Ansari Institute Fellowship
Coca-Cola Global Affairs Fellowship
Donald & Marilyn Keough Fellowship
Katter Family Fellowship
McKenna Center Fellowship
Samuel and Kathleen Awad Global Affairs Fellowship
Thomas D McCloskey Peace Fellowship
Travel and living stipend support is also available for summer field placements within the required integration lab.
When you apply for the Master of Global Affairs, you will be considered for financial support (there is no separate application for scholarships).
Returned Peace Corps volunteers are eligible for fellowship support through the Coverdell Fellowship program.