The following resources are available at the Grants Information
Collection (GIC) in Room 262 D/E of Memorial Library at the University
of Wisconsin-Madison. When included, call numbers indicate the shelf
location of the item in the GIC.
Among the detail of more than 4,000 grants programs arranged by category, this volume lists numerous grants for international and foreign programs in the one designated for International Affairs and Area Studies. Most of the funding will be for graduate and higher-level study and research projects.
This directory lists over 1,200 funding opportunities open to Americans for research and creative, professional, or related activities abroad. Describes funding programs such as lectureships, conference attendance, exchange programs, and professional development. Entries are grouped by area of the world where funds may be used. Indexes available for searching by subject, geographic area, deadline date. Each entry includes purpose of grant, eligibility requirements, financial data, limitations and duration of grant.
This directory is intended for Americans interested in pursuing structured or independent study abroad, with over 1,100 funding programs listed. Grants are tenable in nearly every country and region of the world, sponsored by more than 600 private and public agencies and organizations. Lists awards open to applicants at any educational level. Includes subject, geographic, and calendar indexes.
Compiled for students at or above the graduate level, and other individuals requiring assistance to further professional or vocational training. Information is provided on awards for nationals of the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, and most Commonwealth countries, but may be useful to nationals of other countries looking for exchange opportunities or international scholarships. Types of grants include research, travel, non-monetary support, grants for publication, conferences, competitions, emergency assistance, and others. Indexed by a combined subject/eligibility-by-nationality scheme.