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The Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships
Dr. David Cunningham (The David J. Klooster Center for Excellence in Writing, Van Wylen Library, Main Floor) and Dr. Janis Gibbs (History, Lubbers Hall) provide advising and mentoring of students who are interested in competing for the prestigious Rhodes and Marshall scholarships, which provide for two to three years of graduate study in the United Kingdom. Our web-based information is located here for ease of access.
Please refer to the five steps listed below.
Don't wait. Start researching now!
Please visit the Rhodes and Marshall Official Site links highlighted below. Updated application information is not available until May or June of the year that you apply. You apply in the fall of your senior year for placement the following year.
Although these scholarships are primarily for juniors and above, underclassmen can begin thinking about the application process well in advance by reviewing the links below.
If you are a JUNIOR (or a senior who is waiting one year before starting graduate school) and have decided to pursue these scholarships, here are the steps to follow whether you are on-campus or studying abroad:
If you are not yet a junior and are interested in applying in the next 1-2 years, please use this link to complete this form: Future Interest in R/M
Sample Winning Essays - from both programs are provided on the University of Michigan's web site.
Rhodes Scholarship Official Site
Marshall Scholarship Official Site
All About Study in the UK: The British Council-USA
The Association of Commonwealth Universities