Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to this information session to learn more about the Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship. Topics of discussion include eligibility and requirements, walking through the application, and answering questions about the application process and the fellowship. FLAS coordinators from individual centers will be in attendance and available to the students for questions and discussion in break-out sessions after the main presentation. Register here.
What is FLAS?
Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships support undergraduate and graduate study in modern foreign languages in combination with area studies, international studies, or international or area aspects of professional studies. The purpose of the FLAS program is to train students to integrate global knowledge into a future career, particularly in areas of national need, such as college or university teaching, government service, and business. FLAS recipients must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and enrolled full-time. During the academic year, fellows must take a language course and an area studies course each semester. During the summer, fellows must complete the equivalent of one year of language study. FLAS fellowships can be used to study abroad or on campus. Read more about the EU Center's FLAS program here.