Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Fulbright IIE website: www.us.fulbrightonline.org
Campus Deadline for Graduate Students: September 30, 2014
National Deadline: October 14, 2014
Description: Predoctoral grants are administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE) for U.S. citizens who must pursue dissertation research in foreign countries with which the U.S. has diplomatic relations. Graduate students typically apply for the Research Grant. Most students apply for one country, although graduate students may propose a multi-country project, provided that the countries selected are within the same geographic region.
- U.S. citizen in good health
- Bachelor's degree but not Ph.D. by beginning date of the grant
- Proficiency in the language of the host country/ies to which you are applying
- Preference for applicants who have received the majority of their education at
educational institutions in the U.S. (study abroad does not count).
Application Procedure for Graduate Student Applicants: Fulbright requires universities to conduct a campus screening process and evaluate all Fulbright applicants. The Graduate School works in collaboration with Fellowship Advising in the Office of International Programs during the Fulbright application process. Interested graduate students please follow this link for information about the application process for graduate students. You may also contact Hanna Lee, Fellowships Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or consult IIE's website for detailed information and the online application.