The selected graduates will be provided a sum of $3,000, disbursed in three quarterly payments of $1,000 towards their study at the university. All international students are eligible to apply. Graduate programmes offered at International House The University of Chicago can be applied for. To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria: The applicants must be University of Chicago graduate students who will be registered for the full academic year. The applicants are expected to contribute their unique perspectives and interests to the International House community.
Criteria: Academic merit and the demonstrated
interest in the social and intellectual life of
Eligibility: University of Chicago graduate
students who will be registered for the full
academic year. Incoming students must have
accepted their University offer and may be
required to submit proof.
5pm CST March 25 for April 8 decision;
5pm CST April 29 for May 13 decision;
5pm CST June 17 for July 1 decision
Fellows are expected to contribute their unique perspectives and interests to the International House community
and become fully engaged in the multi-faceted life of the House through a wide array of activities for UChicago
grads offered throughout the year through the Graduate Commons Program. Programming includes
internationally-focused public programs through the Global Voices Performing Arts and Lecture Series, weekly
language and culture tables, professional development opportunities, health and wellness programs, social
activities, the Global Mentorship Network, and much more!
Factors for selection may include, but are not limited to: evidence of leadership abilities, involvement in community
and university organizations, extracurricular interests in areas such as performing arts, athletics, and cultural
activities, participation in community service, and contributions to increasing diversity. Once selected, Graduate
Fellows must remain in good academic standing and abide by all of the rules and policies of International House
and the University of Chicago. Graduate Fellows must also demonstrate ongoing participation in the International