Fulbright

The U.S. Fulbright Program – administered by The Institute of International Education – offers fellowships to U.S. students for study, research, and/or teaching assistantships abroad. Approximately 1,500 U.S. students and 3,000 foreign students receive Fulbright scholarships each year. Fulbright alumni serve in leadership positions in government, academia, business, the arts, science, media and other professional fields and are the recipients of 39 Nobel Prizes, 65 Pulitzer Prizes, 24 MacArthur Foundation Awards, and 15 U.S. Presidential Medals of Freedom.

Program Type: Study Abroad Exchange, Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships

Participant Type: Students

Fields of Study: Arts, Education and Vocational Training, Humanities, Other, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Social Sciences

Program Location: Sub Saharan Africa, East Asia And The Pacific, Europe, Middle East and North Africa, South and Central Asia, The Americas

Sponsor: Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Department of State