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Undergraduate Fellowships

Experiencing The World (ETW) Fellowships

The Kellogg Institute offers an exciting opportunity for freshmen and sophomores to engage in initial exploratory projects in Latin America. The award funds exceptionally qualified and committed undergraduates who seek to undertake innovative projects in Latin America and the Caribbean. These may include research, non-profit work, study, or other activities that will increase their commitment to and knowledge of the region. Award recipients may receive up to $5000 to pursue field projects for up to three months in the region.

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Quechua Summer Language Fellowships

The Kellogg Institute for International Studies offers several summer fellowships to undergraduate and graduate students who would like to pursue the study of Quechua, the language of the Incas and of millions of indigenous peoples living in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Students attend classes at the Centro Tinku in Cusco, Peru. Classes are available at the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Students participate in a 7 week study of the language and culture. For more information about the program, see http://www.centrotinku.com/.

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