What is the difference between a fellowship and a scholarship?
A scholarship provides funding to students for tuition and other study-related expenses while you are in school and mainly fund undergraduate study. Fellowships generally provide funding for professional projects in a unique settings, or provide funding for graduate or doctoral study. There are fellowships for both students and professionals.
Why should I apply for a fellowship?
Fellowships are competitive and provide an opportunity to do or create something with the financial support, resources and freedom that a typical job cannot offer. Fellowships enhance your resume and provide networking opportunities with leaders in your career field. A fellowship might be your best opportunity to travel abroad, be your own boss, or publish a piece of work.
How can I find fellowships?
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How can I win a competitive fellowship?