International Education Funding Sources

Multiple funding sources are tapped to support various international activities ranging from higher education capacity building and training, to study abroad to collaborative research. These resources are presented in three categories and feature funding for faculty/staff, and students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Internal Sources such as the Research Initiation Grant; External Sources including U.S. government and State agencies, foundations, and international aid agencies; and a third category, Funding for Students, provide direct links to the Study Abroad Programs and International Student and Scholar Services web pages that provide information on internal as well as external funding sources.

Each category presents links to funders and in some cases, funding programs of International activities.  The GSU category provides a list of potential grants that may support international activities.

 

International Strategic Initiatives (ISI) Grants
Seed grant for faculty and staff to leverage external funds for international initiatives

Research Initiation Grant
Funding for faculty scholarship.

Faculty Mentored Grant
Mentoring of faculty seeking external funding.

Scholarly Support Grant
Funding for a scholarly project that will result in a significant and prestigious product.

Travel Grants

Support for trips to external grant sponsors.

Conference Grants

Support for conferences hosted by Georgia State Faculty.

US GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Agency for International Development (USAID)

Department of Education

Higher Education Act, Title VI: International Education Programs

Fulbright-Hays Program[faculty/staff]

Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education(FIPSE)

Department of State

 Fulbright Programs

 National Institutes of Health (NIH)

National Science Foundation

 

NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS & FOUNDATIONS

 

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES

NATIONAL

MULTILATERAL AGENCIES

 
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