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What Are Fellowships?

Fellowships are funding! They are competitive, merit-based monetary awards that support a wide range of activities. These include:

  • Research
  • Internships
  • Projects
  • Study Abroad

Yale Student Grants Database

The Yale Student Grants Database is the single best place to search for Yale funding and campus information for external awards which require application through Yale. It is searchable by class year, keyword or eligibility.

Not all Yale funding is listed in the Database: stay alert for any opportunities which may be available through academic departments or residential colleges but are not listed in the Database.

Alumni can access the Yale Student Grants Database using their Yale netID and password, even after other Yale systems are no longer accessible, although passwords may need to be updated first.

  • If you have forgotten your password or need to update it, see here.
  • If you have an updated password but still cannot access the Database, please email studentgrants@yale.edu.

Note: The Yale Database does not contain listings for non-Yale awards which do not have a campus application process. To complement a search of the Database, you might like to check the resources below.

CIPE Resources

In addition to entries in the Yale Student Grants Database you might try these listings:

External Databases

In searching for funding outside of Yale, you may find one or more of the following helpful:

International students at Yale, as well as Yale students interested in studying in another country, might find it worthwhile to search the website of that country's ministry for education. A few frequently requested examples:

Limitations

Yale fellowship funding is not available for reimbursement of lost wages or funding toward the Student Income Contribution.

Students should be aware that CIPE fellowship funding is not available for the following:

  • Spring break travel, whether for individual or group activities
  • Winter break travel
  • Travel for activities of less than one month
  • Travel to attend meetings and conferences
  • Short term (less than one month) individual or student-led group activities