The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program’s 2024-25 competition is now open, featuring over 400 awards offered in more than 135 countries. Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards allow academics, professionals and artists who are U.S. citizens to teach, research, and carry out professional projects abroad. We accept applications until September 15, 2023, but it’s not too early to see what’s possible.
Alia Khan, U.S. Scholar to Chile
Curious where your Fulbright journey could take you?
Join a webinar to learn more!
Our first webinars of the year will share details about the U.S. Scholar Program, awards and the application process. Register to join us and learn more:
Visit our Webinar Schedule for details about events throughout the competition, featuring specific countries, regions and disciplines. We look forward to seeing you (virtually) in webinars throughout the year.
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar competition offers 400 individual awards around the world. While some are widely known, others simply do not garner as much attention. Join this presentation to hear more about awards considered by program staff to be Fulbright‘s “hidden gems” of the competition. Our speakers will demystify award requirements, share tips for applying, and answer applicant questions live. If you’re interested in Fulbright but flexible on which award you might pursue, this webinar is for you!
As our competition is now open, we invite you to join us for an open Q&A session! In addition to reviewing award options, eligibility requirements and the application process, this open forum will provide applicants a chance to ask questions live to IIE staff. Come prepared with your questions or simply listen along to learn from the conversation.