Doctor of Science of Law (JSD)
Funding Opportunities for JSD Students
There is limited financial aid available for JSD students and currently we offer need-based aid for first year JSDs only. We encourage applicants to work as teaching and research assistants, and apply for scholarships from foundations and government sponsors. Our students have received funding from these sources as well as others:
The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education at Stanford works collaboratively with the departments at Stanford to provide resources for graduate students. The Office of the Vice Provost administers the Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship Program and has other resources for graduate students.
Nearly 5,000 Fulbright grants are awarded each year for foreign national students, teachers, professors and professionals to study, teach, lecture and conduct research in the U.S., and for U.S. nationals to do likewise outside of the U.S. Please note: All applications must go through either your home country's Commission or U.S. Embassy. IIE cannot accept applications under any circumstances.
The Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP) provides higher education fellowships for emerging leaders from underrepresented communities outside the United States.
LASPAU is committed to expanding the ability of individuals, institutions, and societies to achieve their highest potential through education. In support of that goal, LASPAU designs, develops, and administers international exchange programs, professional workshops, symposia, and related activities that address the social, economic, technological, and environmental challenges facing the Americas.
E. David Fischman Scholarship is available to Israeli students studying for a doctorate degree.
The National Science Foundation funds graduate study in the US.
American Society of International Law Arthur C. Helton Fellowship: Funded in part by contributions from ASIL members and private foundations, Helton Fellowships provide financial assistance in the form of “micro-grants” for law students and young professionals to pursue field work and research on significant issues involving international law, human rights, humanitarian affairs, and related areas.
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