|Campus Deadline||Information for Applicants||Application Materials|
|Early Sept. 2015||1. Should I Apply? (pdf)||Marshall Official Site|
Campus Interviews: TBA
|2. Guide for Stanford Applicants (pdf)||Stanford Pre-application|
National Deadline: Early Oct. 2015
|3. The Process of Applying (pdf)||Stanford Cover Sheet|
|4. The Interviews (pdf)||Notes for Recommenders|
|Marshall Application Workshops||Spring sessions coming soon...|
|Conversation with Marshall Scholar Panel - Event
|Wed. April 8 from 4-5pm,
Bechtel International Center
Founded by Act of Parliament in 1953, the British Marshall Scholarships commemorate the “human ideals” of the European Recovery Programme (Marshall Plan). The Scholarships are intended to express the gratitude of the British people to the American people for the Marshall plan by encouraging “intellectually distinguished young Americans who will one day become leaders, opinion formers and decisions makers...” to study for a degree in the United Kingdom.
Each year, up to forty Marshall Scholarships are awarded for two years of study in any British university and in any discipline (either at undergraduate or graduate level) leading to the award of a British university degree. The total award value of a Marshall Scholarship will vary according to circumstances (selected university, residence, etc.), but will include payment of tuition fees, personal allowance, grant for books, and travel expenses.
Who is an ideal candidate?
“In appointing Marshall scholars the selectors will look for distinction of intellect and character as evidenced both by their scholastic attainments and by their other activities and achievements. Preference will be given to candidates who combine high academic ability with the capacity to play an active part in the life of the United Kingdom university to which they go, and to those who display a potential to make a significant contribution to their society.”
The Marshall selection committee is looking for certain criteria in the candidates, this includes: Academic Merit, Leadership Potential, and Ambassadorial Potential.
More details on this criteria can be found on the Marshall website.
Those who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for Marshall Scholarships:
All Stanford students currently enrolled MUST apply through the ORC. Recent graduates can either be endorsed through the university process or by their employer. If you choose to be endorsed by your employer, services available at the ORC will be limited.
Masters Portal Europe - Large database for master's degree programs in the UK and Europe
Hear advice from previous Stanford Marshall candidates and other scholarship recipients: Multi-media video clips