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 2020 AF/McAslan Fellowship are closed. The recipients will be notified in February 2020.

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. Recipients will also be flown out to Scotland for a site visit April 17-19 during CGI University.

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