The U.S. Student Fulbright Program
The Fulbright Program is a great opportunity for recent graduates, but the application process should start while you are still an undergraduate! Contact the Office of International Education if you are considering the Fulbright Program. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 715-346-2717.
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The 2017 - 2018 Round is Closed.
Campus Application Deadline
for the 2018-2019 Round:
SEPTEMBER 15, 2017.
- Be U.S. citizens at the time of application. Permanent residents are not eligible.
- Hold a B.A. degree or the equivalent before the start of the grant.
- Applicants who have not earned a B.A. degree or the equivalent, but who have extensive professional study and/or experience in fields in which they wish to pursue a project, may be considered.
- In the creative and performing arts, four years of professional study and/or experience meets the basic eligibility requirement.
- Applicants may hold a J.D. degree at the time of application, but not a doctorate.
- M.D. or medical students or the equivalent (e.g., D.D.S, O.D.) who wish to continue medical or hospital training or to obtain practical clinical experience should apply to IIE. However, M.D.s who have completed formal postgraduate training and propose attachment to a hospital or clinic for independent or collaborative research should apply to the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
- Be in good health. Grantees will be required to submit a satisfactory Medical Certificate of Health from a physician.
- Have sufficient proficiency in the written and spoken language of the host country to communicate with the people and to carry out the proposed study. This is especially important for projects in the social sciences and the humanities.
Preference is Usually Give to Applicants Who:
- Have undertaken their higher education primarily at educational institutions in the U.S. Foreign study during the junior year or other periods of undergraduate study that are integral parts of the curricula of American institutions will not be considered a disadvantage.
- Have not resided or studied in the country to which they are applying for more than six months. Duty abroad in the Armed Forces of the United States is not considered disqualifying within the meaning of this section.
For most grants, applicants who have had extensive previous foreign experience in the country of application are at a disadvantage, but are not necessarily disqualified for that reason.
Submit completed applications to the Fulbright Program Adviser at the Office of International Education, Room 103 SSC Building, by the deadline listed above.
Campus Interview: After your application has been accepted, the Fulbright Program Adviser will contact you about the required on-campus interview and the final electronic submission procedures. Campus interviews will be scheduled for late September and early October.