Each year the Downs International Health Student Travel Fellowship program supports graduate and professional Yale students who undertake health-related research primarily in low- and middle-income countries. Downs Fellows carry out research in the context of their host countries’ culture, health problems and resources. The Fellowship provides funds for transportation to and from overseas project sites, cost of visas, site-specific drugs, immunizations, evacuation insurance and a modest stipend. Although students may initiate projects, Yale faculty members provide intellectual support, practical assistance and links with host-country sponsors who serve as mentors during the Fellows time abroad.
Gruber Fellowships in Global Justice and Women’s Rights
Each year the Gruber Program awards a number of fellowships to graduating Yale students and recent alumni. Gruber Fellowships in Global Justice and Women’s Rights are post-graduate fellowships that allow recent graduates of Yale graduate and professional schools to spend a year working on issues of relevance to the fields of global justice and/or women’s rights.
The Council on African Studies of the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies invites applications for the Lindsay Fellowship for research in Africa competition. This Fellowship is made possible through a 1994 gifr from George N. (B.A. 1941, LL.B. 1947) and Mary Lindsay. The general purpose of the fellowship is to increase understanding of Africa among Yale students.
Global Health Field Experience Awards
Global Health at Yale invites applications each year to the Global Health Field Experience Awards to support scholarly endeavors for Yale students (undergraduates and graduates) working in the field of global health.
The Program seeks to support students committed to global health as they take their first steps toward becoming leaders in the field. Proposed projects should be strongly connected to the student’s career development in terms of strengthening relevant skills and gaining an understanding of how different players and approaches contribute to improving health worldwide. Student projects may be in a variety of areas, such as research, practice, advocacy, or policy and management.
Each year, the Yale School of Nursing hosts scholars from a variety of countries.
Qualified individuals who wish to study at the Yale School of Nursing at the PhD level but not pursue a degree may apply to be admitted to the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences - Division of Special Registration (DSR).