National German Award for Outstanding Senior – Deadline March 15th

Award Amount: $2,500

The National German Award for Outstanding Senior recognizes one graduating senior who demonstrates excellence in German Studies at the undergraduate level. The award is presented to the most outstanding senior in the United States who is a member of Delta Phi Alpha, the National German Honorary Society.

This award is intended for seniors who are planning to further their study of German in a graduate program at a North American university.  The recipient must provide evidence that they have accepted an offer to begin an M.A. or Ph.D. program in the fall. The funds may be used by the recipient for any purpose related to Graduate Study in German.

Requirements:

  • A resume or curriculum vitae (C.V.)
  • A copy of your letter of admission to a graduate program for any area of German studies.
  • A scanned or electronic copy of your university level transcript.  It does not need to be official.
  • Two letters of recommendation, one of which should be from a German professor from your institution.

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German Study Abroad Scholarship – Deadline March 15th

Award Amount: $1,250

This one-time award is intended for Sophomore & Junior Delta Phi Alpha Members who are planning to study abroad on an accredited program in a German speaking country during the fall /winter semester of the coming academic year. The recipient must provide evidence that they will be participating in a study abroad program that will begin either in the fall or winter semester. Preference will be given to support students who are attending programs that promote advanced use of the German language.

Requirements:

  • A personal statement no more than two pages in length written in English. The statement should explain how this study abroad scholarship will help you integrate German studies into your current and future plans.
  • A letter of acceptance from an accredited program in a German speaking country. This may be provided by the home institution study abroad office or directly by the program in a German speaking country.
  • A scanned or electronic copy of your university level transcript. It does not need to be official.
  • Two letters of recommendation, one of which should be from a German professor from your institution.

Contact Dr. Boyer  for help and more information!