If you are interested in applying for a Fulbright Scholar, please contact your Proposal Manager for assistance. All Fulbright applications must be fully routed and approved through University channels prior to submission.
U.S. Scholar Program:
- U.S. Citizenship
- A doctoral degree or equivalent professional or terminal degree depending on the award requirements.
- A college or university teaching experience at the level and in the field of the assignment for a proposed lecturing activity.
The deadline is annually on September 15, check the CIES website for more information.
The U.S. scholar will select from one of the following programs based on their scope of work:
CIES provides general application guidelines; however, the application process differs for each award under the Fulbright Scholar Program. To ensure that your application is reviewed in a timely manner, it is essential that all required parts be submitted by the deadline. It is important to read the description of the specific award for which you are applying to determine which of the following materials must be submitted and to learn any award-specific requirements.
- Identify Country
- Identify Type of Work
- Research and Teaching
The scholar must notify the Dean, Director, Supervisor or Department Chair (all applicable) if she or he is applying; this will enable the department to plan for their possible absence.
Recent award recipients have shared that the earlier you start the application process, the more competitive you will be. Here are a few things you can do now to prepare yourself for success:
1. Connect with Fulbright alumni in your field or region of interest. Learn about past successful projects from Fulbright U.S. Scholar Alumni Ambassadors
2. Connect with your Fulbright Liaison on campus to learn about supporting policies
3. Review out our helpful blog post "5 Tips to Jumpstart Your Application"