Graduate Fellowships

Global Affairs students are well-positioned to secure post-graduate fellowships to support their graduate studies. Students from Global Affairs have won prestigious and highly competitive fellowships including the Schwarzman Scholarship and the Yenching Scholarship. To learn more about the various fellowships available to Global Affairs students, and how to apply, it is worthwhile browsing the CIPE fellowships page and making an appointment with your CIPE advisor. You should also let your Major Advisor and Head of Studies know of your interest, so they can advise you too.


FAQs about Graduate Fellowships in Global Affairs

Schwarzman Scholarship

Mollie Saltskog (Global Affairs Class of 2017)

A member of the inaugural Yale-NUS Class of 2017, Mollie Saltskog, a Global Affairs major, was accepted into the second class of Schwarzman Scholars, a highly competitive master’s degree programme at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. She enrolled in the programme in August 2017, soon after completing her undergraduate degree at Yale-NUS College. She now works as an Intelligence Analyst at The Soufan Group and is based in New York.