Are you an undergraduate student who is interested in the classical world? Then this call is only for you! The University of Chicago is excitingly expecting candidates to apply for its marvellous David Grene Fellowship. This fellowship is for the undergraduate students having an interest and knowledge about the classic world, but their regular academic studies don’t allow them to fulfil their passion. The fellowship is not limited to minors and majors in Classical studies and do not need any involvement in the study of classics.
The program’s purpose is to support the students who are interested in classic studies but struggling to give time to their passion due to their regular academic studies. This fellowship reduces the classic lovers’ financial burden and motivates them to pursue their dreams along with their regular studies. This fellowship makes it possible for highly passionate students about their classic knowledge and are willing to work hard to add on to their knowledge.
The University of Chicago is known worldwide for its world-class education, having an immense value in every part of the world. The University of Chicago is offering support in classics since its foundation to contribute towards the development of classic field expansion. The history is tremendously vast and innovative; the William Rainer Harper was the first president of the university who started the expansion of classic studies by hiring Paul Shorey as a Greek professor from Bryn Mawr College and William G. Hale as professor of Latin from Cornell University
For more details about the fellowship in the table below:
|Organization||University of Chicago|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Requirement||Application, Transcript, LoR|
Who May Be Eligible?
To be eligible for the fellowship, please follow the requirements mentioned below:
- Undergraduate students interested in classic studies are encouraged to apply for the program.
- Fellows should demonstrate a background of interest in the classic world.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates can apply for the program by contacting the Administrative Assistant Kathy Fox. Candidates should include all the information and materials needed for the programme to be accepted. The university will directly reject incomplete materials submitted. All the needed documents must be submitted with care. Please maintain the authenticity of the data you are providing for the fellowship.
- A current copy of your transcript and itinerary
- the project statement of 2-3 pages is required.
- A provisional budget
- faculty letter of recommendation is mandatory.
Students will receive the amount of $5000 for levelling up their careers. Students will get the opportunity to conduct an independent study involving training in disciplines like numismatics or photography, artefacts, or ancillary language studies. The amount should be used to pay the students’ financial debts like books, research, rooms, tuition, and other needs.
Applications for this program are now open. Application is not accepted after the deadline. Please apply as soon as possible to win this fellowship.