I-House impacts the world by producing global citizens equipped with stellar leadership skills and intercultural expertise. Fulfilling this mission begins by ensuring students from diverse national and socioeconomic backgrounds can access the “I-House Experience.”
International House Berkeley room and board scholarship support funding opportunities are currently between application processes. Those individuals applying for residency in 2015-16 and interested in applying for room and board support, should return to this page in late spring 2015 for financial aid information. Those who have paid their deposit for a room reservation will receive an email notice when the financial aid application process opens.
Any upper division or greater, domestic or international student registered in a UC Berkeley degree-seeking program with a confirmed Regular room reservation at I-House Berkeley and are eligible. (Financial aid is not awarded to foreign exchange students, summer-session students, extension students, or those not enrolled in UC Berkeley degree-granting programs.)
Note that rooms fill up quickly, so it is best to apply for residency as soon as the application becomes available. The room reservation cancellation deadline will be aligned with prior notice of room and board financial aid awards to assist candidates.
Read the Frequently Asked Questions for more information
The Gateway Fellowship Program:
Gateway Fellowships are reserved for graduate students only. Candidates are nominated to International House Berkeley by academic departments each February. Learn more in the FAQ
In collaboration with the UC Berkeley Graduate Division, International House offers one-year awards (Gateway Fellowships) for first-year or continuing students in any doctoral or Master’s Degree in Public Health program. Only those with financial need are eligible. Recipients receive one academic year of single occupancy room and board at International House, fees and tuition from the student’s department, and a $5,000 stipend from the University of California. To be considered for this award, applicants must be admitted to UC Berkeley for the following academic year, and be nominated in February by their academic department.
- Chevron-Xenel Gateway Fellowship (Ph.D)
- Chevron-Xenel Fellowship in Public Health (MPH)
- Eltoukhy East-West Gateway Fellowship
- EWJ Gateway Fellowship
- Carl and Betty Helmholz Gateway Fellowship
- Joe Lurie Returned Peace Corps Gateway Fellowship
- Allan and Kathleen Rosevear Gateway Fellowship
- Adrian Hao Yin Ü Gateway Fellowship
- Joan & Egon von Kashnitz Gateway Fellowship
- Norway House Foundation Term Gateway Fellowship
For full descriptions of Gateway Fellowships and Eligibility, click here.