- Student Fellowships & Grants
- Faculty Funding
- Asia Library Travel Grants
- Teacher Funding
- Digital Scholarship Workshop Travel Grants
- Language Lecturer Funding
Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, all travel must follow current guidelines, which are detailed in the International Institute Travel Policy.
A study-abroad funding opportunity, the Katherine Taylor Fellowship provides funds for U-M graduate students for up to a full year of research and language study in a Chinese-speaking environment. Preference is given to students who have not had extensive direct exposure to Chinese society.
Requirements & Eligibility
Appropriate named fellowships for applicants will be determined by the Admission Fellowship Committee and do not need to be pre-selected by applicants.
- Awardees must have begun graduate work related to China and have completed at least one year of Chinese language study.
- Awardees immerse themselves in Chinese language and culture while living and studying in China or Taiwan for at least one academic year.
- Awardees are expected to return to the University of Michigan to continue their graduate studies after their time abroad.