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Graduate Student Funding

All travel must follow current guidelines, which are detailed in the International Institute Travel Policy.

The Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies (LRCCS) awards a number of fellowships and grants to U-M graduate and undergraduate students in Chinese studies.


  • Rackham Graduate School Admission Application
    New MA Applicants to MIRS: Chinese Studies Subplan (including dual degree) who are completing the online Rackham Graduate School application will automatically be considered for LRCCS fellowships. They do not need to complete a separate application. Current Rackham students applying for a dual degree in Chinese studies must complete an LRCCS fellowship application.
  • Online Portal
    Applicants must submit their application materials on the International Institute Fellowships & Grants ONLINE PORTAL for LRCCS funding opportunities. For information on categories of funding, see the LRCCS funding tabs below. The Conference Travel Funding and LRCCS Graduate Student Emergency Funding are only open to graduate level students and are evaluated on a rolling basis and have separate application forms.

Funding Opportunities

Appropriate named fellowships for applicants will be determined by the Admission Fellowship Committee and need not be pre-selected by applicants.