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The Gateway Fellowship Program

In collaboration with the UC Berkeley Graduate Division, International House holds a competition for one-year awards (Gateway Fellowships) for first-year or continuing graduate students in a Doctoral Program at UC Berkeley. Priority preference is given to new incoming graduate students and only those with financial need are eligible.

Award recipients receive one academic year of single-occupancy room and board at International House, fees and tuition paid by the student’s academic department, and a $5,000 stipend from the University of California Graduate Division. To be considered for this award, applicants must be admitted to UC Berkeley for the coming academic year, are able to reside in a single-occupancy room at International House, and are nominated by their academic department, or apply directly with support of their department.

 

The nomination program for the International House Gateway Fellowships for 2018-19 is now closed.  

 

Questions? Email: ihousefinancialaid@berkeley.edu or call 510-642-2196.

To review the Gateway Fellowships criteria, visit the eligibility page.

Announcing The International House, Berkeley
Gateway Fellows for 2018-2019

Chevron-Xenel PhD Gateway Fellowship

William Kayitare

Rwanda

Chemistry

Eltoukhy Gateway Fellowship

Irem Ina

Turkey

Sociology

EWJ Gateway Fellowship

Doaa Atamna

USA

Near Eastern Studies

Carl and Betty Helmholz Gateway Fellowship

Kishore Patra

India

Astronomy

Joe Lurie Returning Peace Corps Volunteer Gateway Fellowship

Micah Elias

USA

Energy & Resources Group

Open Gateway Fellowship

Ameer Haj Ali

Israel

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Rafael Rodriguez Golden Age Fellowship

Alexandra Appelbaum

South Africa

City and Regional Planning

Allan and Kathleen Rosevear Gateway Fellowship

Sebastian Fernandez

Chile

Microbiology

Adrian Hao Yin Ü Gateway Fellowship

Rongzhi Liu

China

Psychology

Joan and Egon von Kaschnitz Gateway Fellowship

Marius Wiggert

Germany

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

*The Rafael Rodriguez Golden Age Fellowship was the model for the current Gateway Fellowships.


Previous Gateway Fellows

 

The Rafael Rodriguez/Golden Age Fellowship is a similar fellowship for one PhD student each year. Nominations are submitted by the student’s department to the Graduate Division. For information, visit: ​http://grad.berkeley.edu/admissions/apply/, and check the departmental deadline on http://grad.berkeley.edu/programs/list/.