Full Scholarships for Hungarian 

College Students to Intern + Study in Washington, D.C.

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Through the generosity of  the Hungary Foundation, The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) will award multiple full scholarships to Hungarian citizens to participate in the 2024 TFAS Academic Internship Program in Washington, D.C. 

The scholarship covers tuition, housing, health insurance and living stipend to go toward meals and personal expenses while in the United States. 

The opportunity is open for Hungarian citizens currently enrolled at a Hungarian university or recent graduates (students pursuing or having just completed Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees).

Application Deadline: January 16, 2024

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Wake up to stunning views from your fully furnished home in D.C.'s Foggy Bottom neighborhood. Enjoy the convenience of being right in the heart of everything. 

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Earn credit from a highly regarded research university. Attend site briefings at the State Department, Capitol Hill and embassies. Engage with some of the best public policy experts and political minds in D.C. through weekly lectures.

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Gain invaluable insights from top lobbyists, nonprofit executives, journalists, Capitol Hill staffers, Foreign Service officers and policy makers to leverage your D.C. experience into a promising future internship or full-time job after graduation.

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Congressional offices, embassies, think tanks and international non-governmental organizations.

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Federal agencies, think tanks, policy groups, law firms, Congressional offices and non-governmental organizations.

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Newspapers, magazines, news services, radio, public relations firms and Capitol Hill press offices.

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Government affairs offices of large corporations, industry trade associations and lobbying firms.

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I developed an immense respect towards the American people this summer, as well as the determination to employ what I have learnt in the U.S. to make change for the better in my home communities – be it my college for advanced studies, my university, or even my nation. 
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- Márton Nagy

Eotvos Lorand University

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