Fellowships and Funding

There are a variety of ways to fund a graduate education at Georgia Tech, and we offer advising with applications for fellowships to candidates who have submitted an application to the program. Please check this page for updates as we continue to expand our funding opportunities for MS-GMC and MS-ALIS students. In particular, please see information about the FLAS Fellowships now available through the Atlanta Global Studies Center, due February 18, 2019, which carry a stipend of up to $15,000.

FLAS Fellowships

The Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC), a consortium of Georgia Tech and Georgia State University is pleased to announce the competition for 2019-2020 FLAS Fellowships. The FLAS fellowships are competitive fellowships that assist undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree students in achieving competency in selected foreign languages in combination with international and area studies coursework. Graduate stipends are up to $15,000.

The Foreign Language & Area studies (FLAS) Fellowships are available for the less commonly taught languages of Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Persian/Farsi, Portuguese, Russian, and Swahili.  Funding for advanced French, German, and Spanish languages may be available.

FLAS fellowships can be used to study abroad or on campus.

Information Sessions:

Georgia Tech: 

  • November 27, 2018, 11am to 12pm, Swann Building, Room 115 (613 Cherry Street)
  • January 15, 2018, 11am to 12pm, Swann Building, Room 115 (613 Cherry Street)

Georgia State: 

  • November 28 at 3:30-4:30 in Langdale Hall, Room 1076 
  • January 17 at 12:30 – 1:30pm at 25 Park Place, 1802

Fellowship Homepage, Atlanta Global Studies Center Printable Flyer, 2019-2020

External Fellowships

 

Office of Graduate Studies Fellowships Listing

The Georgia Tech Office of Graduate Studies offers a database of graduate fellowships for which you can apply. We are pleased to offer editorial consultation on fellowship materials to students who have submitted an application to the MS-GMC, MS-ALIS, or BS/MS-ALIS.

Those Interested in Teaching High School

Language Study  

To Go Abroad

For International Students

  • Russian Global Education ProgramThis program is a Russian government-sponsored program designed to foster mutual understanding and strengthen U.S.-Russian relations. It is designed to help Russian students who are in need of financial support to pay for tuition, living expenses, application, exam fees, travel, visa fees, and transportation costs.  
  • China Scholarship Council Graduate Scholarship Program. Up to 70 scholarships will be available for Ph.D. study to candidates who are citizens and permanent residents of the People’s Republic of China at the time of applying for entry for the academic year.
  • Domenica Rea D’Onofrio Fellowship: Student must be a native and Italian citizen, and a graduate of an accredited Italian undergraduate institution of higher learning. Preference is given to students from Pomigliano D'Arco, Naples Italy; the University of Naples, Italy; or the region of Campania, Italy. Disbursements are administered by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA). For questions, please send an email to fellowships@grad.gatech.edu.

For Women

  • AAUW International. American Association of University Women. Available for graduate and postgraduate studies, as well as summer research.  
  • PEO Scholarship. Including the International Peace Scholarship and Program for Continuing Education. 

Underrepresented and Minority Students

Federal Financial Aid

U.S. citizen and permanent resident graduate students can apply for Federal Direct Loans through the financial aid office. Georgia Tech assists with certifying Private Education Loan applications.

Graduate students apply for Federal Direct Loans through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid by submitting two forms and then completing the loan application process with Direct Loans: 

FAFSA (Use of the IRS data retrieval tool is strongly encouraged when completing the FAFSA)

Loan Steps

  • January 31 is the Priority deadline for Fall.
  • June 30 is the Final deadline for Fall and Spring.
  • More detailed information about the application process and next steps can be found at Application Steps.

Georgia Tech Application for Scholarships and Financial Aid

SACSCOC Block


  The MS-GMC has been approved by the USG Board of Regents and is pending approval of our accrediting body SACSCOC. Applications are being accepted; however, offers of admission will be made after SACSCOC approval has been granted.