Supported by a generous gift from the Friedman-Kline Foundation, the German Department is delighted to announce FOUR yearly $3000 fellowships to support Northwestern students enrolled in study-abroad activities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
In particular, the FRIEDMAN-KLINE FOUNDATION will support students who
- a) are planning on participating in the Northwestern-Humboldt Summer Program in Berlin;
- b) are enrolled in an accredited Summer study abroad program in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland; or
- c) are accepted into a Summer Internship Program in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland.
Each program should be at least 6 weeks long and should contain some language study at the level most appropriate to each student applying. Preference will be given to students with serious plans to continue studying German at Northwestern upon return from their study-abroad activity.
Fellowships are awarded once a year during Spring quarter. The Application deadline for the fellowship application is the Friday during the first week of Spring quarter. Fellowships can be used to defray costs of travel, program costs, and/or paying for living arrangements while abroad.
For more information on the Friedman-Kline fellowships and whether your planned project would be appropriate for such a fellowship, please contact the study-abroad officer in the German Department, Professor John Paluch.
The Fellowship Application Link will be available here February 15, 2018.Back to top