Prestigious fellowships for graduate study and funding for unique projects are available for ambitious Bates students and alums.

The rigorous academic program at Bates prepares qualified students for prominent competitive national awards such as the Fulbright, Rhodes, and Watson fellowships. These awards require nomination from the college; students are assisted toward nomination and a strong application by the Graduate Fellowships Committee.

For Students Interested in Fellowships:

Dr. Robert Strong
Director of National Fellowships

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For other opportunities, including the many Bates-funded fellowships available to students, see the ‘Further Funding’ link and contact the Center for Purposeful Work and your major advisor.