The Fulbright US Student Program is the largest US international exchange program providing opportunities for students to undertake year-long advanced research, graduate degrees, arts projects, or teaching in one of more than 140 countries around the world.
NOTE: Candidates who have missed the May/July deadlines below are still eligible to apply for the Fulbright; contact Andrew Seidler (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your plans.
UT Campus Deadline:
August 28, 2017
UT Final Deadline:
October 3, 2017
- Have a baccalaureate degree by the start of the grant, be a current graduate student or professional degree student (without a PhD), or be an alumni who holds at least a bachelor’s degree but does not have a PhD
- A US citizen at the time of application
- Possess language skills for proposed project
- A 1-page, single-spaced personal statement and a 1 – 2 page single-spaced statement of grant purpose
- May require language competency forms depending on your selected country. Consult the country pages for further instruction on expected language proficiency and required forms
- Completion of the online Embark application
- Three confidential letters of recommendation, or recommendation forms in the case of the ETA. Click HERE for guidance on writing Fulbright recommendations.
- Transcripts from all credit or degree-granting institutions
- Creative & Performing Arts candidates have required supplementary materials
- Study/Research applicants must submit a Letter of Affiliation from the host country, submitted with the formal application by the stated national deadline
ONSF is available to meet and/or correspond with all UT undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni interested in applying for a Fulbright.