Alan S. Tetelman 1958 Fellowships for International Research in the Sciences AND the Robert C. Bates Summer Research Fellowship
The Alan S. Tetelman 1958 Fellowships for Study Abroad, from the endowments of Jonathan Edwards College, provide support for original undergraduate research projects abroad in the natural and applied sciences. Currently enrolled sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. Awards are for STEM-research to be conducted outside of the United States. It is expected that applicants will have some previous research experience at Yale or elsewhere.
The Robert C. Bates Summer Research Fellowship supports student STEM-based research projects outside of the continental U.S. that might not otherwise be covered by the Tetelman Fellowship.
*These fellowships do not support structured programs such as internships and coursework.
In order to be eligible for Yale College Science & QR-administered Fellowships, Yale College students must be enrolled (that is, not withdrawn) both at the time of submitting the fellowship application and at the time of receiving an award. Yale College students who are on a leave of absence are eligible to apply.
Further information about eligibility, proposal development, and application requirement are provided in the full application instructions.
Deadline for submission
- Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 3:00pm ET
Applications must be submitted online through the Student Grants & Fellowships database: http://studentgrants.yale.edu/
Collaborative Programs between Yale and International Institutions
Yale-UC Louvain Summer Research program offers engineering summer research internships in Belgium. The dynamic of the program remains the same; i.e. to allow qualified candidates from each university to advance both their studies and global competencies with HANDS-ON-INTERNSHIPS overseas. Each summer, Yale students will be able to complete an internship in a lab linked to the Louvain School of Engineering, in one of the following research institutes: Institute for Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM), Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences (IMCN), Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering (IMMC), and the Louvain Institute of Data Analysis and Modeling in Economics and Statistics (LIDAM).