National Flagship Language Program (NFLP)
2007 National Flagship Language Program (NFLP) Fellowships
The National Flagship Language Program (NFLP) was developed to address the urgent and growing need for Americans with professional levels of competency in languages critical to national security. NFLP offers advanced language training in Arabic, Korean, Mandarin, Persian, and Russian. NFLP is designed to train participants to reach professional working proficiency in a target language, as measured by the federal Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) level 3 and/or the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) superior level.
**Note: The application deadline for the 2007 NFLP competition is January 17, 2007.**
NSEP offers a limited number of fellowships to qualified American students interested in receiving full financial support to participate in the UCLA Korean Flagship Program.
To be eligible for the NFLP Fellowships you
- Must be a U.S. citizen at the time of application.
- Must have a minimum proficiency in the appropriate foreign language of advanced low (as defined by ACTFL) or level 2 (as defined by ILR). You must also possess excellent skills in English (ILR level 3/ACTFL superior language proficiency or higher in all modalities of English).
- Must complete an undergraduate degree by the time you would begin the NFLP Fellowship. Past recipients of NSEP Boren Undergraduate Scholarships or Graduate Fellowships are eligible and are encouraged to apply to this program.
- May not be a current U.S. government employee.
Program Structure and Fellowship Support
NFLP Fellowships are two-year awards that provide support for all academic expenses directly associated with participation in the National Flagship Language Program, including tuition, a stipend for living expenses, and support for travel costs and health insurance coverage.
For general information on the NFLP Fellowships, please visit: National Flagship Language Program Homepage
For the NFLP Fellowship application, please visit: NFLP Application Page
Published: Monday, November 21, 2005