The FSCIS Undergraduate Fellowship program is intended to fund Stanford undergrads interested in undertaking research or pursuing an internship at a French institution (public and private universities, public technical universities, institutes of technologies and autonomous scientific higher education institutes, grandes écoles, government agencies and organizations, non-governmental organizations, public and private companies).
Students are expected to pursue projects that will take on the order of 2 to 4 months to complete. The maximum funding available for a 2-month project (i.e. most summer projects) is $4,000. Projects lasting 3 months may be funded up to a maximum of $5,500 and those lasting 4 months up to $7,000.
Please note that this program is not intended to fund summer language studies. If you are a Stanford undergrad interested in pursuing such studies, contact Denise Winters (denisew1 [at] stanford [dot] edu), Undergraduate Student Services Specialist in the Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages for more information on the DLCL Summer Funding Application.
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Questions can be directed to the Center’s Director, Amalia Kessler (akessler [at] law [dot] stanford [dot] edu) or the Program Coordinator, Isabelle Collignon (isabelle [at] stanford [dot] edu).