Deadline: varies, Feb-Oct 2023
Country of Study: USA
Course starts : AY 2024-2025
Brief description: Graduate students, young professionals, and artists from other countries can study and conduct research at American universities through the Fulbright Foreign Student Program.
Institution(s) of Host: Academic institutions in the United States.
Subjects of study: Fulbright energizes applications from all fields, including interdisciplinary ones.
Amount of Awards: Each year, about 4,000 foreign students are awarded Fulbright scholarships.
Group in focus:155 international students from all over the world attend.
Scholarship value/duration: For the most part, the award supports educational cost, airfare, a living payment, and medical coverage, and so on. For the duration of the study, funding is provided by the Fulbright program.
The full list of scholarship benefits can be found on the official and country-specific websites.
Eligibility: The eligibility requirements for the program and the selection process are very different from country to country. For information about the Fulbright Program in your home country, including eligibility requirements and application guidelines, please visit the country-specific websites.
Application instructions: Binational Fulbright Commissions/Foundations or U.S. Embassies handle all Foreign Student Program applications. As a result, students from other countries are required to submit applications through the U.S. Embassy or the Fulbright Commission/Foundation. The annual deadline ranges from February to October, but it varies by nation. For complete instructions on how to apply for this scholarship, it is essential to visit both the official website (linked below) and the country-specific websites.