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The German Academic Exchange Service or “DAAD” as it is known by its German acronym, provides support for over 70,000 people every year, making it the largest international exchange organization in the world. They offer grants and scholarships for undergraduates through faculty members to spend time in or conduct research in Germany. Some programs include intensive language grants, support for conferences and the “High Tech in Germany” summer program for engineers, graduate grants for research/study, a study scholarship for graduating seniors and much more.

Sean Kaczmarek looks back on a life-changing two years in Europe, from meeting Queen Elizabeth II in London to a powerful personal moment in Italy.

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSFGRFP) awards three-year scholarships for graduate study in mathematical, physical, biological, engineering and behavioral and social sciences, including the history of science. There are awards for women in engineering, awards for women in computer information science and graduate fellowships.
The Council on Social Work Education's Minority Fellowship Program (CSWE) is designed for racial/ethnic minority individuals pursuing a doctoral degree in social work who hold a social work master’s degree from a CSWE accredited program and who are preparing to provide leadership in practice, research, teaching, and policy promulgation in government and private organizations serving ethnic minority persons with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.
The Graduate Opportunity Program provides tuition assistance to EOP, HEOP and SEEK graduates undertaking graduate study at participating SUNY Institutions. The University at Buffalo is a participating institution. This program provides in-state tuition scholarships to full-time students who are pursuing graduate or first professional degrees excluding Medical (MD), Dental (DDS), Pharmacy (PharmD) and Law (JD), and who are determined to have exceptional need by the Financial Aid Office.
Funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, the Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship Program provides undergraduate and graduate students with financial support, mentoring and professional development to prepare them academically and professionally for a career in the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service. Women, members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service and students with financial need are encouraged to applying

The annual Felix Smith Scholarship for part-time students will continue in perpetuity.


It’s the fifth year in a row that a UB student has been awarded this prestigious scholarship.

The Humane Studies Fellowship is awarded to current or future students in PhD programs. It is a renewable, non-residency award of up to $15,000 per year. This award is intended for graduate students with an interest in developing, teaching and applying classical liberal ideas and the principles of a free society.
Graduate tuition scholarships are awarded by an academic department/program, a college/school or a university administrative office. Master’s students are eligible to receive as many as four semesters of tuition scholarship support. Doctoral students may receive as many as eight semesters of tuition scholarship support, including any such scholarships received while enrolled in a master’s program.