There are many sources of external scholarship opportunities provided by corporations, organizations, interest groups, etc. Click here to view a PDF with a list of outside scholarships and how to apply.
In addition, a vast number of external scholarships, fellowships, and educational opportunities are listed on the Fellowships and Scholarships Office (FSO) website, http://www.cmu.edu/fso/.
Tips and sources for identifying and receiving study abroad funding may be found by visiting the Carnegie Mellon University's Student Affairs website at http://www.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/oie/sab/gettingstarted/funding/index.html.
Applicants from World Bank member countries are eligible to apply to the World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program. Each year, the Program awards scholarships to individuals undertaking graduate studies in subjects related to economic development. Please visit the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program page for eligibility criteria and more information.
The Fellowship application and selection process is open, competitive, and transparent. Applicants do not need to pay any fees to anyone in order to apply or be considered for a VEF Fellowship. Winners are chosen based on individual merit, including academic performance and preparation, intellectual capabilities, English proficiency, and the potential for contribution to scientific education and research.
VEF awards Fellowships to Vietnamese nationals to begin graduate studies in the United States each fall semester. Please note that VEF only accepts online applications. Please visit the Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) Fellowship Program website for more information.
Answers to commonly asked questions related to scholarships can be found here.