Boston University is offering Whitney M. Young, Jr. Fellowship for undergraduate and graduate students. The fellowship is being offered in the field of Social Work, Urban Studies and Afro-American studies. The fellowship provides a stipend for living expenses, Boston University basic health insurance, plus a funding for full tuition and fees for one year. USA applicants should submit applications till February 15, 2013
Study Subject(s): The Fellowship is offered in social work, urban studies, and Afro-American Studies.
Course Level: This scholarship is for pursuing Undergraduate and Graduate degree.
Scholarship Provider:Boston University
The award can be taken at:USA
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Eligibility:- An applicant should be an entering or continuing graduate student who is a U.S. citizen. The recipient of this award will be selected on the basis of having displayed academic proficiency in a field related to race relations or urban problems.
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Fellowship is open for U.S. citizens only.
Description: Boston University annually awards a Whitney M. Young, Jr. Fellowship in recognition of the outstanding contributions made by Whitney M. Young, Jr., particularly in the fields of social work, urban studies, and Afro-American Studies. Continuing students must provide a current, official transcript from Boston University. Entering graduate students must provide official transcripts and GRE reports.
Number of awards offered: Not Known
Duration of award(s): Fellowship is offered for 1 year.
What does it cover? The fellowship provides a stipend for living expenses, Boston University basic health insurance, plus a funding for full tuition and fees for one year.
How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post and electronically.
application Deadline: Applications should be submitted till February 15, 2013.