Architects Foundation / McAslan Fellowship

The Architects Foundation / McAslan Fellowship funds academic travel opportunities for top graduating students and provides mentor relationships with international architects for these students. The Fellowship will be a traveling and study scholarship, funding undergraduate seniors and graduate students for a summer of travel and study.

Two $7,500 fellowship awards will be granted.

Read the final report from 2019 recipients Shayla Dick and Vaughn Lewis.


To be eligible for the Architects Foundation/McAslan Fellowship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • US Citizen
  • Undergraduate student matriculating from a NAAB-accredited architecture program; OR graduate student attending a NAAB-accredited architecture program
  • Able to travel internationally

Application process

Applications for the 2021 McAslan Fellowship will open in the fall of 2020. Sign up to receive application opening notifications.

2020 Project 
Fellows will be awarded a summer opportunity to work in Edinburgh, Scotland on a homelessness initiative, and as such will be asked to submit a proposed design for a shelter.

Read the project brief >

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2020 Selection Committee:

John McAslan, Hon. FAIA Executive Chairman, John McAslan + Partners (Chair)
Heather Macey Associate, John McAslan + Partners


Thank you to our scholarship sponsors!