The Fulbright Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Fulbright Program operates in more than 155 countries worldwide and has provided approximately 310,000 participants with the opportunity to study, teach, or conduct research in each others' countries and exchange ideas. Fulbright eligibility requirements vary by program and country of citizenship. For specific contact information, eligibility requirements and limits on the number of awards by country, please see the participating countries page. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • fulbright@state.gov
  • 202-632-3238

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Joey T. Brinquez  on 10/7/2020 10:42:15 AM

Being part of scholarship can change my life. Of course, since I can graduate with my taken course if ever I will be given a chance to be part of this scholarship. This is a big help to achieve my goal. I hope someone can help me, someone will be my light through my darkest path. I really want to succeed to help young students to graduate just like me. If I can find someone who will help me.

Tarneem G  on 9/29/2020 6:53:12 PM

A scholarship can make a big difference in my education and in my family. The money from a scholarship helps by allowing me to be more educated. This help me understand and help out my father with anything government related.This scholarship will be such blessing for me not only will i be achieving career goals but my family who are so important to me.

Xy-za B. Enterina-Orquillas  on 9/25/2020 8:32:54 AM

I am a Public Health Nurse from the Philippines. I have enrolled in my masters degree before I entered the world of Public Health. However, due to the hectic schedule and financial incapacity to provide for my tuition, I had to stop. However, I feel the need to further enhance my knowledge and skill especially in Public Health, for me to be able to make a tangible change in my community. I believe this scholarship will help me reach that goal. I am currently managing health programs such as in Tuberculosis and HIV prevention. Although I have made huge strides in the implementation in my community, I believe I can do more with the knowledge that comes with a masters degree in Public Health.

felicinda de gouveia  on 7/12/2020 11:18:07 AM

A scholarship can make a big difference in my education. The money from a scholarship helps by allowing me to be more selective in how I spend my free time. I'll be able to maximize the college experience through service-learning, volunteer opportunities and internships. This scholarship is a blessing for me, number one. It means a lot because not only is it helping me with college and I'm very honored to be getting the award. My career goals are teaching psychology ; that is what I will be majoring in. With this scholarship and the need-based grants I have been awarded, I can complete my education and continue to solve problems within my community. These are the areas I plan to serve. I am grateful to be considered for this scholarship opportunity, and should I be selected, I will use it to advance my physiologist education. I appreciate your consideration, and I look forward to building a lasting relationship with your organization.

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