The University provides a number of programs and funding opportunities to faculty for activities that seek to connect Princeton with scholars and institutions abroad. These funds vary widely in their particulars such as typical sizes of allocations, proposal requirements and deadlines, selection criteria and processes, duration, etc. They are administered by the Provost’s Office via the Vice Provost for International Operations and Affairs, in partnership with the Council for International Teaching and Research and relevant faculty committees.
For more information on programs and funding to which faculty members can apply, please visit Funding for International Research.
Graduate and undergraduate students may find information about and apply to campus funding opportunities for research, conferences, internships and study abroad in the Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE).
The Office of International Programs advises undergraduate students and alumni on applying for many funded international opportunities around the globe, including those for post-graduate study, independent research, and service-oriented projects. To learn more, please visit Fellowship Advising.