Rotary Foundation offers scholarships worth more than 7.5 million USD annually to develop leaders of the next generation and assist their philanthropic objectives. The Rotary Foundation Global Grants are on such a program.
What’s a Global Grant? Global Grants are offered to professionals and graduates studying abroad in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus, including the promotion of peace, providing sanitation, hygiene and clean water, saving children and mothers, fighting disease, growing local economies and supporting education. Clubs and districts reinforce the global collaborations by working together to cater to the needs of the community.
Rotary Foundation Global Grants can fund:
A global grant project has a minimum budget of 30,000 USD and a maximum World Fund Award of 400,000 USD. These are sometimes also funded with directed gifts and endowed earnings.
|Scholarship Type||Merit-Based, Company-Sponsored|
|Application Deadline||Jun 30 ,2021|
|No. of Scholarships||N/A|
|Renewability||One Time Payment|
|International Students Eligible||Yes|
|Scholarship Website Link||https://my.rotary.org/en/take-action/apply-grants/global-grants|
Requirements for the Rotary Foundation Global Grants are quite straightforward and specific and are based on the applicant’s project.
An eligible applicant’s project must:
In addition to these, candidates must meet the following academic requirements:
Along with the application for the Rotary Foundation Scholarship- Global Grants, individual applications by the members of the vocational training team and scholars must also be submitted.
Applications regarding travel for vocational training teams, scholars and volunteer travelers must be submitted 90 days before the travel dates.
The Rotary Foundation Global Grants have their own panel of the selection committee:.
Rotary Foundation consists of over 35,000 clubs that work together to address the world’s most challenging issues. It has members in almost every country and has headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA. It also has associate foundations in Brazil, Australia, Canada, India, Germany, United Kingdom, and Japan.