Subject: Critical Language Scholarships for Summer 2022
Would you like to study one of these critical languages during summer 2022
– all expenses paid?*
ARABIC - AZERBAIJANI - BANGLA - CHINESE – HINDI - INDONESIAN - JAPANESE -
KOREAN - PERSIAN - PORTUGUESE - PUNJABI - RUSSIAN - SWAHILI - TURKISH - URDU
To learn more about the U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship
(CLS) summer 2022 programs and about preparing a strong application, attend
one of these information sessions:
Tuesday, 9/21, 12:00 - 12:30 pm
Wednesday, 9/22, 12:00 - 12:30 pm
Wednesday, 9/22, 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Thursday, 9/23, 4:00 -4:30 pm (Live Transcription)
Friday, 9/24, 12:00-:12:30 pm
Monday, 9/27, 3:00 - 3:30 pm
Tuesday, 9/28, 10:00-10:30 am
Interested but unable to attend? Please fill out this brief survey.
We will enroll you in our CLS resource page on ELMS and follow up with you.
*At this time, the CLS program intends for in-person instruction in the host
countries. If the Department of State determines later that this will not be
possible due to COVID-19, CLS will offer virtual instruction at full
Application Deadline: November 16, 2021
ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION: Applicants must be US Citizens; currently enrolled
freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate students. A GPA of 3.2 or
higher recommended; all majors are eligible.
PLEASE NOTE: CLS programs in Chinese and Japanese require two years of
previous study by the start of the program. Arabic, Korean, Portuguese, and
Russian require one year of study by the start of the program. For details
For more information about the CLS Program, please visit the CLS website.
Francis DuVinage, Ph.D.
Director, National Scholarships Office and Maryland Center for Undergraduate
Contact Person: Francis DuVinage
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