Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship
Sponsored by: Epilepsy Foundation
Application Deadline March 1
Type of Award Fellowship
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The Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship is extremely competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Selection is based upon the description of the project, clarity of the methodology, feasibility of the project, the applicant's commitment to the field of epilepsy, the setting in which the fellowship will take place, and the qualifications of the sponsor. The fellowship must be undertaken during a free period in the student's year (e.g., during the summer). Three-month fellowships are awarded to work on an epilepsy-related study or training project to be carried out at a U.S. institution.
Requirements for the Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship
Cathy Morris, Administration Coordinator, Programs & Research
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The average award amount for the Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship is $3000. The Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship has a minimum award of $3000 and a maximum of $3000. For more awards of at least $3000, visit our Scholarship Search.
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