Robertson Fellows Program
In partnership with the Robertson Foundation For Government (RFFG), the School of Public Policy names up to three incoming MPP students as Robertson Fellows annually. These incoming students must be enrolled in the two year MPP program and have a commitment to a career in the Federal Government in foreign policy, national security and/or international affairs. Robertson Fellows will also participate in a Robertson Internship in their second year of study (summer, fall or both).
Fellows will receive full tuition, a cost of living stipend and summer internship assistance. Applicants must submit an additional one-page (approximately 1000 words) statement outlining their academic and career goals and how these are aligned with the mission of the RFFG. Robertson Fellows are required to work for the federal government for three of their initial seven years after graduation and must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at time of graduation. Students who are selected to receive a Robertson Fellowship will be required to sign an agreement stipulating to the terms and conditions set by the Foundation.
How to Apply
- Deadline for consideration: Feb. 17, 2023
- Apply to the MPP program
- Complete the cover sheet
- Write an additional 1-2 page statement outlining your academic and career goals and how these are aligned with the mission of the RFFG
- Submit your cover sheet, statement and your resume to:
Subject: Robertson Fellowship Application
*Note: Due to the federal guidelines, the Robertson fellowship is only available for students with an immigration status of a US Citizenship or Permanent Resident.
See the full list of fellowships
Class of 2021 Robertson Fellows attend the annual meeting in McLean, VA.