The information below pertains to prospective REEES MA students. Graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled at Stanford University can explore CREEES Grant & Fellowship opportunities.
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Academic Year Fellowships
Available to both Graduate and Professional students. Administered by the U.S. Department of Education, FLAS Academic Year Fellowships provide full tuition for one year, plus a stipend to students undergoing advanced training in a designated foreign language in combination with area studies, international studies, or international aspects of professional studies. Graduate students in H&S, Earth Sciences, and Engineering are strongly encouraged to apply. Students applying for the MA Program in REES are encouraged to submit an application for the FLAS Fellowship concurrently with their M.A. Program application. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to be considered. For more information, visit the Grants & Fellowships page.
Summer FLAS Fellowships
Offered by the same program as the FLAS Academic Year Fellowships, the Summer Fellowships are intended for intensive, advanced language study of Russian or East European or Eurasian languages. They provide up to $5,000 in tuition for a summer language program (in the US or abroad) and a $2,500 stipend for living and travel expenses. To be considered for a Stanford Summer FLAS Fellowship in REEES languages, an applicant must be a currently registered Stanford graduate student (or recently admitted) and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. For more information, visit the Summer FLAS Fellowships page.
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program awards full funding to pursue a graduate education at Stanford to students from all disciplines, with additional opportunities for leadership training and collaboration across fields. Find out more.
Loans & Financial Aid
US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Stanford University offers student loans to US citizens and permanent residents. Details may be found on the Financial Aid website.
International students seeking funding may consult the Institute of International Education's publication titled, "Funding for U.S. Study: A Guide for Foreign Nationals," found in US embassies and in the libraries of most universities.