APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
Georgetown Master of Science in Foreign Service
Hinrich Foundation scholarship
Through this generous partial tuition scholarship, we aim to empower future leaders in government, business and civil society to advance trade in consideration of balancing economic, social and environmental implications. The campus in Washington, D.C. gives scholars access to global trade policy thought leadership.
Ieva Skrivere joins the Hinrich Foundation family as the 2022 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship recipient for Georgetown University's Master of Science in Foreign Service. Read our special announcement here.
About the scholarship - Academic Year 2023
Open to applicants from all countries enrolled in, or applying to, the program and who:
One scholarship amounting to USD30,000
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., USA
Classes begin in September 2023
1 February 2023
Scholarship graduates will be encouraged to engage with the Hinrich Foundation Alumni Association (HFAA) for mentorship, networking and possible career opportunities.
Students need to apply directly to the Georgetown University’s MSFS Scholarship Committee. Applicants should email the MSFS Admissions Office for details.
Meet our Hinrich scholars & alumni
“The opportunities provided by the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship will help me take on new roles in international organizations and continue advocating for free and fair global trade.”
Ieva Skrivere , Latvia
Georgetown University, Master of Science in Foreign Service, Class of 2024
“Through the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship, I look forward to exploring the interrelation between culture, policy, and international development, while further advancing the positive impacts of sustainable global trade.”
Lianne Canarick, United States
Georgetown University, Master of Science in Foreign Service, Class of 2023
“The Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship will allow me to bridge the gap between policy formulation and economic research through its support of further education and its broader network.”
Hannah Anderson, United States
Georgetown University, Master of Science in Foreign Service, Class of 2022