Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Official site: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html
Campus Deadline: September 22, 2014
Final Deadline: October 14, 2014 ONLINE, by 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
The Fulbright Program aims to foster mutual understanding among nations through education and cultural exchanges. Administered by the U.S. Information Agency, assisted by the Institute of International Education, each year the program allows more than 800 Americans to study and conduct research in over 150 countries.
The Fulbright program offers you the chance to go to any one of more than 150 participating countries for nine months or more, depending on the program. You may pursue a one-year degree, simply take classes, teach, pursue independent research, or carry out a creative project.
Each of these possibilities carries with it a set of guidelines and requirements. In these pages you will find general advice about applying for Fulbright grants, and about planning and writing your proposal. You are also responsible for keeping track of any changes that might occur to the program in your desired host country after the hard copies of the guide to participating countries are printed and circulated in the spring. So visit the Fulbright website early and often!
- What are Fulbright Grants?
- Who can apply?
- What are my chances of winning?
- How can I improve my chances?
- How do I apply?
Writing Your Proposal
- Fulbright - Where do I go?
- Fulbright - What do I do?
- How to Write a Good Fulbright Proposal
- Fulbright Statement of Proposed Study or Research
- Sample F
Sample Statements of Proposed Study or Research
- Fulbright Proposal - Sample A
- Fulbright Proposal - Sample B
- Sample D
- Sample F
- Fulbright Proposal - Sample G