Overview: The Fulbright program enables foreign students for undergraduate students, young professionals, and artists from abroad to conduct studies and research in the United States at U.S. universities or other academic institutions. Host institution (s): United States universities and academic institutions Research field: Fulbright encourages applications in all fields related to multiple disciplines.
A number of prizes: About 4,000 foreign students receive a Fulbright scholarship every year. Target group: International students from 155 countries around the world Grant value/duration: Usually, the Fulbright program provides funding throughout the study period, such as tuition fees, airline tickets, living pension, and health insurance. See the official website and country websites for a complete list of scholarship benefits. Eligibility: Eligibility and program selection procedures differ from country to country.
For information about the Fulbright program in your country, including the eligibility criteria and application guidelines, please visit country-specific websites. Application instructions: All foreign student program requests are processed by a bi-national Fulbright Commission / Foundation or US embassies. Therefore, international students must apply in their home country through the Fulbright Commission / Foundation or the US Embassy.
Deadlines vary from country to country, but from February to October. It is important to visit the official website (link below) and the websites of each country for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship. Website/link: Scholarships official site: http://fireign.fulbrightonline.org/about/foreign-fulbright Related Scholarships: List of American Scholarships