The School of Architecture supports student research abroad through the Traveling Fellowship Program and several other travel scholarships.
The AIAC/School of Architecture Traveling Fellowship
The Traveling Fellowship Program is hosted and funded in conjunction with the Charlotte Section of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIAC). The purpose of the program is to recognize and reward excellence in the study of architectural design and to provide the opportunity for travel and exploration in the continuation of that study.
The Traveling Fellowship in the amount of $4,000.00 is awarded to a UNC Charlotte SoA student for travel and study in or out of the continental USA the summer following the award. All UNC Charlotte SoA students who meet the minimum eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply and take advantage of this opportunity to conduct research abroad.
Interested students must develop a research/study proposal which they submit to John Nelson, Chair of the Traveling Fellowship Committee, at the beginning of the Spring semester. After reviewing all proposals, proposal reviewers will select three to four proposals to be presented before the Committee. The Committee decides to whom they award the Fellowship at the completion of the selection process.
Applications for the following year's Traveling Fellowship will be due in January. For more information, please contact John Nelson, Chair of the Traveling Fellowship Committee.
You may download the full instructions, requirements, and application here.
SoA Travel Scholarships
The School of Architecture provides funding, at the Director’s discretion, for student travel through the following programs:
Office of Education Abroad
The UNCC Office of Education Abroad offers several travel scholarships to UNCC students who wish to study abroad. They award scholarships once per year to applied toward travel during the following academic year; funds awarded during the 2012-2013 academic year will be applied to travel during the 2013-2014 academic year. The application process opens toward the end of the fall semester and closes in February. For more information, please visit the OEA’s website.