The Luce Foundation Scholars Program is about as unique as a scholarship gets. Named for Time Inc.’s founder, the award isn’t a preset amount. It isn’t available to high school students, or undergrads. It doesn’t even pay for your books. This prestigious program has its eyes set on exceptional under-30s with bachelor’s degrees, in hopes of setting them up with a “single ten-month professional placement” in a country in Asia. It’s the Luce Foundation’s hope to introduce Asia to young professionals who, otherwise, wouldn’t have received such exposure.