UCIS Area Studies Certificates
The University’s Center for International Studies (UCIS) offers area studies certificate programs that combine foreign language training and multidisciplinary courses that are necessary for communicative and cultural competence. Pitt Law students can complete an area studies certificate concurrently with their J.D. program, adding no additional time to their studies.
Each area certificate program has unique application and credit requirements. Please visit UCIS’ site for each program to learn more:
- African Studies
- Asian Studies
- Global Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Western Europe
- Russia & East European Studies
- European Union Studies
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
UCIS offers Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships for participation in some of its programs. CILE coordinates the FLAS fellowship applications for law students. FLAS fellowships represent the single largest scholarship available to a law student. Each one covers full tuition and provides a general stipend for the academic year. The FLAS fellowship application is available here.