Fulbright

Application year: 

Senior, Entering Graduate, Graduate

Description: 

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.

Watch Duke NCS' videos on applying to Fulbright and other awards for experience abroad.

Recorded Fulbright webinars
Watch these webinars for even more help exploring your choices for a Fulbright year and the application components.  (Please disregard any deadline information in these presentations as they will only reflect the national deadlines.) Throughout the spring and summer, you can also join Fulbright Webinar sessions.

Signature of program: 

Largest US international exchange program offering opportunities for students to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, and teaching English worldwide.

Requirements: 

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.

Tags: 
Amount of award: 

Varies with the fellowship

Scope: 

International

GPA: 

3.0

Endorsement Required: 

Yes

Contact: 

NCS at OUSF

fulbright@duke.edu

Please see the process .DOC below for complete details on applying through Duke.

Campus deadline: 

August 14, 2020

It is recommended that you meet early in the process with the on-campus Fulbright adviser. Send your Intent to Apply ASAP. The final complete online application is due August 14, 2020 at 8am.

Read tips on preparing for your campus interview from Fulbright awardees.

Area(s) of interest: 

All