Awarded by the British government in recognition of the aid given to the British by the United States under the Marshall Plan. Supports a one or two years degree program (typically MA with possible extension for PhD) at university in UK.
Tuition, fees, residence and related costs and transportation to and from Britain.
Up to forty per year
Universities in the United Kingdom
Additional Marshall Scholarships in partnership with various British institutions, as well at the NIH and US Environmental Protection Agency.
U.S. citizen under 26 years of age, with BA prior to beginning of scholarship. Recipient is required to take a degree at a British university. Minimum GPA: 3.7.
Criteria for the Marshall are listed in three categories: Academic, Leadership, and Ambassadorial. Students MUST demonstrate interest in US-UK relations and engaging in British culture and politics, in addition to being outstanding scholars and leaders. Marshall criteria and related questions can be found at http://www.marshallscholarship.org/applications/criteria.
Nomination application deadline is April 7, Marshall final application deadline is October 1.
To apply for a Marshall Scholarship, you must be nominated by Middlebury.
To be nominated, see Middlebury's British Nomination Information.
Selected nominees will work with the fellowships advisor to prepare for the final submission deadline in October.
Dean Lisa Gates, Associate Dean for Fellowships and Research
Will Motley'06, Marshall Scholar, is happy to talk with potential applicants about the Marshall and graduate study in the UK. Contact Will at firstname.lastname@example.org.