The Fulbright students scholarships program operates in over 155 countries around the world and has provided approximately 310 000 participants the opportunity to study, teach or conduct research in each, and other countries and exchange ideas.
About 8 000 prestigious, competitive grants based on merit are awarded annually, in most disciplines and areas of study. The flagship international exchange program is sponsored by the Government of the United States.
Fulbright eligibility requirements vary by program and country of origin. Specific contact information, criteria of eligibility and limits on the number of awards by country, please refer to the page of the participating countries.
Requirements of citizen of the United States:
-You must be a citizen of the United States and may not be an employee of the Department of State of United States, an immediate family member of an employee of the Department of State, or of an employee of an agency under contract with the Department of State of United States to perform services related to exchange programs.
Requirements of the non-American citizens:
-In 50 countries with a Fulbright Commission, the candidates must meet requirements of such citizenship defined by the binational agreement.
In countries where the program is administered by the Embassy of the United States, candidates must be citizens, national, or permanent resident qualified to have a valid passport issued by the country
-Candidates cannot hold citizenship in a country partner and US residents permanent citizenship. Whose coordinates appear on the pages of the participating countries for the specific eligibility criteria and limits on the number of scholarships
-More information about the law can meet in the J. William Fulbright Commission of foreign exchange policies
Specific language, the essay and admission requirements, they must meet the Fulbright candidates.
For more information or to apply, visit the web site of the scholarship providers.