The Marshall Scholarship supports young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom. A Marshall Scholarship is tenable for two academic years (i.e. 22 months), but may be extended to a third year by the Commission on a limited basis. Candidates are invited to indicate two preferred universities, but interest in studying at universities other than Oxford and Cambridge is particularly welcomed.
Only students that completed and moved forward from the Pre-Application are eligible.
A Marshall candidate must be endorsed by an institution at which he or she has completed two years of full-time undergraduate or postgraduate study. The 2021 Application will be available in late spring 2020. In the meantime, we require students to begin a drafted application to begin working on these questions for committee review.
In order to be eligible for consideration each student must:
- Begin a Draft Marshall application – Questions from the National Application
Focus on these Topics-
Proposed Academic Programme
- Essay on your Academic Merit
- Personal Statement (https://www.marshallscholarship.org/apply/criteria-and-who-is-eligible)
- Upload four (4) letters of recommendation- Only two-three required at the moment, the others can be worked on if student moves forward. If your recommenders would like to send it to us directly, have them send it to the email listed below.
- Upload a copy of your FIU unofficial transcript)
*Only students that completed and moved forward from the Pre-Application are eligible. * Students that move forward after this step will go through an interview stage early to mid-April, to determine if they will be endorsed to compete at the National Level.
If you have any questions please contact Annelise firstname.lastname@example.org at the Office of Scholarships.