February 21, 2019

Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Fellowship Awarded by ACTR/ACCELS

The Advanced Russian Language and Area Studies Fellowship is a scholarship sponsored by ACTR/ACCELS.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Minimum – $500, Average – $2500, Maximum – $6000
Application Deadline: March 1; April 1; October 15
Scholarship Requirements: Three competitions per year.
Eligible for: College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Doctoral-level study, Master’s-level study, Other postgraduate-level education

Awarded by:

Research Scholar Program, 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202 833 7522
Fax: 202 833 7523

Contact Details:

Russian and Eurasian Programs Officers

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