GHI offers a number of fellowship opportunities to Yale students working in global health.
GHI Field Experience Award supports undergraduate, graduate and professional students committed to global health as they take their first steps in becoming leaders in the field. Student projects have ranged from a research study of human trafficking in Moldova to developing standard guidelines for HIV/AIDS prevention services in Thailand.
Yale-Collaborative Action Project (YCAP), funded by the Maureen and Antoine Chiquet Fund, supports scholarly endeavors for teams of Yale students to work in the field of global health. The award supports teams of two to five students for a variety of areas, including research, practice, advocacy, policy and management.
Yale College Fellowship for Research in Global Health Studies Program funds individual students for projects in Global Health. Currently enrolled Yale College freshmen, sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. Graduating seniors are not eligible.
For additional information and to apply, please search for these fellowship opportunities using Yale’s Student Grants Database (SGD) which may be accessed here.
Funding Opportunities at YSPH are also available.