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Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics / Financial Aid

Financial Aid

FSU's Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics offers a wide range of scholarships and other awards to support students in modern languages. Many of these are supported by the Ada Belle Winthrop-King fund. For more details, scroll to the language in which you are interested.

 

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Arabic:  $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying Arabic, is for summer study on an approved overseas program in Arabic.
Deadline for applications: October 5.
For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

 

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Chinese: $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying Chinese, is for summer study on the FSU Chinese program in Tianjin.
Deadline for applications: October 5.
For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

The French Division offers a wide range of awards to graduates and undergraduates. Many of these are supported by the Ada Belle Winthrop-King fund.

GRADUATE AWARDS IN FRENCH

Winthrop-King Teaching Assistantships in French: Enhanced competitive stipend and tuition waiver.
Winthrop-King Teaching Assistantships are available on a competitive basis to applicants for entry to the MA or PhD program in French. Recipients teach 3 courses per year. In addition to the stipend, they receive tuition wavers and health insurance support. Doctoral candidates also receive a $5,000 grant for approved research or study abroad. Candidates applying for the graduate program in French are automatically considered for a Winthrop-King Teaching Assistantship.

Teaching Assistantships in French: Competitive stipend and tuition waiver.
Graduate assistants normally teach three courses per year and pursue their studies on a basis which will require about two years to complete the MA and five years to complete the PhD program. The TA-ship includes tuition waivers covering approximately 85% of the total tuition costs. The remaining elements, which include individual fees (health fee, student government fee, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. TA-ships are available for up to two years for students preparing the MA and for a minimum of three years for students pursuing a PhD. Candidates applying for the graduate program in French are automatically considered for a Teaching Assistantship.

Winthrop-King conference travel grants in French
Graduates majoring in French are eligible to apply for funding to support the presentation of papers at regional, national and international conferences and attendance at the MLA for job interviews. Deadline for applications: October 5 (fall and spring travel); February 7 (spring and summer travel). For more information, click here.

Winthrop-King research and study summer travel grants in French
Graduates majoring in French are eligible to apply for funding to support summer travel for research or other purposes benefiting their studies. Deadline for applications: February 7. For more information, click here.

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN FRENCH

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Paris: $7,000
These awards, open to undergraduate students studying French, are made to facilitate study on the FSU Intensive French Program in Paris. They help cover the costs of air fare to and from France, lodging in Paris for the four-week duration of the summer program, enrollment in intensive French courses (for which up to six hours of academic credit will be granted by FSU), cultural excursions sponsored by the FSU Program in Paris, and a one month bus/subway pass (la carte orange) for travel within Paris. Closing date for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

Eve May Atwood-Roberta Ackerman Presidential Scholarships:  $1,000
These scholarships are intended for undergraduates majoring in French. Candidates are nominated by the French faculty in their sophomore or junior year.

 

 

 

GRADUATE AWARDS IN GERMAN

Teaching Assistantships in German: Competitive stipend and tuition waiver
Graduate assistants normally teach three courses per annum and pursue their studies on a basis which will require two years to complete the MA. The TA-ship includes a tuition waiver covering approximately 85% of the total tuition costs. The remaining elements, which include individual fees (health fee, student government fee, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. TA-ships are available for up to two years for students preparing the MA. Candidates applying for the graduate program in German are automatically considered for a Teaching Assistantship.

Winthrop-King conference travel grants in German
Graduates majoring in German are eligible to apply for funding to support the presentation of papers at regional, national and international conferences and attendance at the MLA for job interviews. Deadline for applications: October 5 (fall and spring travel); February 7 (spring and summer travel). For more information, click here.

Winthrop-King research and study summer travel grants in German
Graduates majoring in German are eligible to apply for funding to support summer travel for research or other purposes benefiting their studies. Deadline for applications: February 7. For more information, click here.

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN GERMAN

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in German: $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying German, is for summer study at a FSU-approved program in a German-speaking country. Deadline for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

GRADUATE AWARDS IN ITALIAN

Teaching Assistantships in ItalianCompetitive stipend and tuition waiver
Graduate assistants normally teach three courses per annum and pursue their studies on a basis which will require about two years to complete the MA. The TA-ship includes tuition waivers covering approximately 85% of the total tuition costs. The remaining elements, which include individual fees (health fee, student government fee, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. TA-ships are available for up to two years for students preparing the MA. Candidates applying for the graduate program in Italian are automatically considered for a Teaching Assistantship.

Winthrop-King conference travel grants in Italian
Graduates majoring in Italian are eligible to apply for funding to support the presentation of papers at regional, national and international conferences and attendance at the MLA for job interviews. Deadline for applications: October 5 (fall and spring travel); February 7 (spring and summer travel). For more information, click here.

Winthrop-King research and study summer travel grants in Italian
Graduates majoring in Italian are eligible to apply for funding to support summer travel for research or other purposes benefiting their studies. Deadline for applications: February 7. For more information, click here.

 

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN ITALIAN

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Italian: $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying Italian, is for summer study on the FSU Florence program or on an FSU-approved program for the study of Italian literature, language or culture such as at the Universita' per Stranieri in Florence, in Perugia or in Siena. Deadline for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Japanese: $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying Japanese, is for summer study at a FSU-approved program in Japanese. Deadline for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Portuguese: $7,000
This award, which is open to graduates and undergraduate students studying Portuguese, is for summer study on a FSU-approved program in Portuguese. Deadline for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

GRADUATE AWARDS IN RUSSIAN

Teaching Assistantships in RussianCompetitive stipend and tuition waiver
Graduate assistants normally teach three courses per annum and pursue their studies on a basis which will require about two years to complete the MA. The TA-ship includes tuition waivers covering approximately 85% of the total tuition costs. The remaining elements, which include individual fees (health fee, student government fee, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. TA-ships are available for up to two years for students preparing the M.A. Candidates applying for the graduate program in Russian are automatically considered for a Teaching Assistantship.

Winthrop-King conference travel grants in Russian
Graduates majoring in Russian are eligible to apply for funding to support the presentation of papers at regional, national and international conferences and attendance at the MLA for job interviews. Deadline for applications: October 5 (fall and spring travel); February 7 (spring and summer travel). For more information, click here.

Winthrop-King research and study summer travel grants in Russian
Graduates majoring in Russian are eligible to apply for funding to support summer travel for research or other purposes benefiting their studies.
 Deadline for applications: February 7.
For more information, click here.

 

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN RUSSIAN

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Russian: $7,000
This award, which is open to undergraduate students studying Russian, is for summer study at a FSU-approved program in Russia. Deadline for applications: October 5.
For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

 

GRADUATE AWARDS IN SPANISH

Winthrop-King Teaching Assistantships in Spanish: Enhanced competitive stipend and tuition waiver
These TA-ships , enhanced by support from the Winthrop-King fund, are available to applicants of exceptional ability seeking entry to the MA or PhD program in Spanish. The terms and conditions are similar to those governing regular TA-ships (see below). Candidates applying for the graduate program in Spanish are automatically considered for a Winthrop-King Teaching Assistantship.

Teaching Assistantships in Spanish: Competitive stipend and tuition waiver
Graduate assistants normally teach four courses per annum and pursue their studies on a basis which will require two years to complete the MA and five years to complete the PhD program. The TA-ship includes tuition waivers covering approximately 85% of the total tuition costs. The remaining elements, which include individual fees (health fee, student government fee, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. TA-ships are available for up to two years for students preparing the MA and for a minimum of three years for students pursuing a PhD. Candidates applying for the graduate program in Spanish are automatically considered for a Teaching Assistantship.

Winthrop-King conference travel grants in Spanish
Graduates majoring in Spanish are eligible to apply for funding to support the presentation of papers at regional, national and international conferences and attendance at the MLA for job interviews. Deadline for applications: October 5 (fall and spring travel); February 7 (spring and summer travel). For more information, click here.

Winthrop-King research and study summer travel grants in Spanish
Graduates majoring in Spanish are eligible to apply for funding to support summer travel for research or other purposes benefiting their studies. Deadline for applications: February 7. For more information, click here.

 

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS IN SPANISH

Winthrop-King Undergraduate Summer Scholarship in Spanish: $7,000
This award provides an opportunity for selected undergraduate students studying Spanish to live and study on an approved summer program in a Spanish-speaking country in order to increase their knowledge of the language and people.
Deadline for applications: October 5. For scholarship aims and conditions and application information, click here.

Arthur L. Seymour Honor Fund Scholarships: $1,750
Applicants who are unsuccessful for a full Winthrop-King award will automatically be considered for this award.