Architects students willing to have an international fellowship experience should not miss this chance! Architects Foundation announces a phenomenal opportunity for the United States citizen Architect students by initiating the wonderful McAslan Fellowship. Undergraduate or graduate students matriculating from a NAAB accredited architecture program are welcome to enjoy this fellowship. This fellowship funds academic travel opportunities for top graduating students and provides mentor relationships with international architects.
The aim of designing this fellowship is to introduce the United States architect students with international architects and learn from them. The fellowship provides funding to make their exposure to global education and learning easy and straightforward. The fellowship will be a traveling and study scholarship funding undergraduate seniors and graduate students for a summer of travel and study. It encourages students to perform extraordinarily in the fields of architecture without the stress of finances.
The Architects Foundation is the philanthropic partner of The American Institute of Architects (AIA). The foundation believes architects use the power of design to solve problems, transform lives, and create a better world. They lead philanthropic efforts to attract, inspire, and invest in the next generation of architects who will create inclusive spaces, communities, and places. The foundation believes that architects are uniquely qualified to influence the social and physical communities they design. The architecture profession needs to respectfully and inclusively reflect the diverse society it serves.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Candidates should check the following criteria before applying for the fellowship:
- Students should have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Candidate should be a United States citizen
- The fellow should be an undergraduate student matriculating from a NAAB accredited architecture program or graduate student attending a NAAB accredited architecture program
- Applicant should be able to travel internationally
How to Apply
Interested and eligible candidates should apply for the program through an online application form. Applications for the 2021 McAslan Fellowship will open in the fall of 2020. Students should sign up to receive notifications regarding the programs. Candidate should provide all their information and the supporting documents to be considered for the further process. Invalid information or materials will lead to a direct rejection of your applications.
- All the documents supporting their eligibility should be provided
- Application form with adequate details should be submitted
McAslan Fellowship funds the traveling of the undergraduate and graduate students for summer travel and study. Two fellowships of $7,500 will be granted to the selected students. Fellows will get a summer opportunity to work in Edinburgh, Scotland, on a homelessness initiative. The program encourages architectural students to perform exceptionally in their careers.
The application for this program is recently open.