IGCC provides funding for UC graduate students from all ten campuses through its fellowship, internship, and grant competitions. It also provides intensive summer training programs in residence at UC San Diego.
IGCC has provided fellowships for more than 470 UC graduate students, enabling them to conduct fieldwork or spend a year focused on writing and polishing their dissertation. IGCC also offers special dissertation fellowships that provide students with access to resources at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories or in Washington, D.C.
The interdisciplinary Graduate Internship Summer Program in Washington, D.C. is open to graduate students with a strong interest in international affairs. Over the past ten years, students have been placed at such diverse organizations as the World Bank, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the Asia Foundation, Human Rights Watch, Women, Law, and Development International, the Congressional Research Service, Physicians for Social Responsibility, World Resources Institute, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and the International Human Rights Law Group/Cambodia Project.
IGCC maintains a searchable database of more than 400 fellowships, grants, internships, prizes, and other funding opportunities for students and faculty and sends out monthly reminders of upcoming deadlines in the IGCC Campus Email Alert (sign up here).