The Woodrow Wilson International fellowship for 2021 is open for eligible applicants. The fellowship award would give scholars, public intellectuals, and practitioners the edge to finalize their ideas and goals in policymaking. Woodrow Wilson aims to bridge the gap in the world public making policies by enabling scholars from related fields to interact and support other professionals and expertise, especially those of the Woodrow Wilson community, toward achieving a common goal in world public making policy.
The award is eligible to citizens of all nations, and it is meant to enable major countries in the field of policymaking.
Applications for the Woodrow Wilson International Fellowship will come to an end by October 1, 2021
To be taken at:
The program is to be taken at Woodrow Wilson International Center, USA. All applicants are expected to remain in residence for a space of 9 months. Applicants should also note that no other program will be allowed to run alongside the fellowship program.
Accepted Subject Areas
The accepted area of interest for the program is in policymaking
Type of Degree
Not applicable to individuals working on a degree
Number of Awards
The Woodrow Wilson Fellowship gives about 15-20 awards each year.
Value of Award
The award offers a stipend of $90,000 to successful applicants. This does not cover health insurance and travel. Applicants are also given access and loans to the library and many resources that will be crucial to their project.
How to Apply
Applicants should endeavor to present an informative and concise project proposal to the fellowship community during the application process.
- The community would like their applicants to include a detailed description of what they are working on, show the basic idea and insight that make their project genuine and relatable to the public.
- The necessary arguments and methods through which their project work would bring about the solutions needed to solve problems related to policy making should be included.
- Applicants are meant to show the extent to which their work has gone in solving major problems
- Applicants should also include all the resources used for their research
- They should give reasons why they think the Woodrow Wilson program is the right program to support and actualize their idea
- They should include their idea that would relate and interact with the Woodrow Wilson goal center.
- They endeavor to submit all the basic documents required by the fellowship center.
- Fellowship application form
- Credentials vitae that should not exceed 3 pages
- Lists of publications with the inclusion of the title/name and date of publication
- A project proposal not exceeding 5 pages
- All the sources/resources used in their project work
- 2 letter reference letter from a referee. Applicants should note that their referee must forward an electronic mail of the letter before the 18th of October, 2021.
Follow the link to apply for the 2021 Woodrow Wilson International Fellowship.