Largest US international exchange program offering opportunities for students to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, and teaching English worldwide.
12:00pm (noon) EST
StatusSenior, Entering Graduate, Graduate
Varies with each grant
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers opportunities for recent graduates, graduate students, and developing professionals and artists to conduct career-launching study and research abroad. There are also opportunities to teach English in countries around the world. Applicants must be US Citizens by October of the application year. NCS strongly recommends the candidates work through the campus endorsement process.
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Applicants must be US Citizens by October of the application year. Depending on the country of application, foreign language proficiency may not be expected, so long as it isn't essential for your proposal's feasibility. See the country and grant type pages on Fulbright's site to learn whether they require, recommend, or do not expect knowledge of the host language.
|Connect with an OUSF advisor to learn about the application process||Schedule with Advisor||
Open office hours every Monday at 4:00pm or by appointment
|Attend or watch the introductory information session||NCS Resources||In-person April 2022|
|Complete an NCS Registration Form to access the full application instructions||Current Students / Alumni||Anytime - the earlier, the better!|
|Indicate your intent to apply||Current Students / Alumni||Anytime|
|Work on application materials and check-in with NCS and faculty advisers||https://apply.iie.org/fulbrightusstudent||May - August|
|Deadline for complete Campus Applications, including resume, transcript, essays, language evaluation, letter of affiliation, and letters of recommendation||Current Students / Alumni||August 22, 12p.m. (noon)|