Foundations

A foundation is a type of non-profit organization or a charitable trust that is designed to fund organizations, institutions, and individuals to make advancements across various disciplines. Foundations can be either private foundations or grantmaking public charities. But either way, foundations help researchers to create change, by bringing ideas into reality. 

  • Fulbright US Student Program
    • The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students.
    • Conduct research in an international setting
  • Grantwatch
    • A search engine of over 20,000 grants accepting applications (Paid Service)
    • Research tools, training, and support
  • Tinker Foundation
    • Since 1979, the Tinker Field Research Grant (FRG) program has provided support to graduate students in U.S. universities to conduct pre-dissertation or master’s thesis research in the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries of Latin America.
  • Humboldt Foundation
    • International researchers can find research and teaching opportunities in Germany through this foundation