What is a Fulbright Specialist?
The Fulbright Specialist Program allows overseas universities, cultural centers, non-governmental organizations and other institutions abroad to develop collaborative projects which host a leading U.S. academic or professional at their institution to work on diverse, short-term collaborative projects focused on …
How do you get a Fulbright scholarship in the US?
Who can apply for a Fulbright scholarship?
- meet the citizenship requirements,
- hold at least a degree equivalent to a bachelor’s degree,
- have an excellent academic background,
- have a well-defined project and personal leadership ability.
What can you do with a Fulbright scholarship?
Depending on which country and specific grant you apply for, your Fulbright may also include:
- Funding for books and research.
- Mid-term enrichment activities such as seminars or field trips taken with other Fulbrighters.
- Full or partial tuition if you’re pursuing a graduate degree.
- Language study programs.
Who pays for Fulbright scholarship?
The primary source of the funding for the Fulbright Program is an annual appropriation made by the U.S. Congress to the U.S. Department of State. Participating governments and host institutions, corporations and foundations in foreign countries and in the United States also provide direct and indirect support.
Where is Fulbright?
Ho Chi Minh City
Is Fulbright fully funded?
Fulbright Scholarships are fully funded scholarships for international students. Fulbright Foreign Student Program covers full tuition fee, a living stipend, full accommodation fee, airfare and health insurance.
When can I apply for Fulbright?
The Fulbright Program Adviser (FPA) will set a campus application deadline for the institution’s students, which is typically 4-6 weeks earlier than the final October deadline. Please confirm the campus deadline with the FPA.
How long are Fulbright scholarships?
one academic year
How much money does a Fulbright Scholar get?
The Fulbright scholars in the USA I’ve talked to got from $1200 to $2300 per month in 2010, depending on part of the USA they lived in. Apart from the grant, they usually get $350 to cover expenses during first days in the US, and a $1000 books-and-supplies allowance.