The award generally includes: round-trip transportation, language
or orientation courses, tuition (in some cases), books and research
allowance, maintenance for the academic year, supplemental health
and accident insurance. The length of the award is generally one
year, but the time period may vary.
The U.S. Student Fulbright Competition for the 2014-2015 school
year will be due for endorsement by October 3, 2013.
The qualifications include:
- U.S. citizenship
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent before beginning date of
Preference is given to students who mostly received their higher
education in US. The applicant cannot hold a doctoral degree at the
time of application, unless otherwise noted.
Students must complete an online application with recommendations,
letter of affiliation, personal statement, and language evaluation
(where needed). For a research grant, a proposed study or
project plan is required. Students must be endorsed through
the Fulbright Program Advisor on campus.
The Fulbright Scholarship was created by the US Congress in 1946,
after World War II, to foster mutual understanding among nations
through educational and cultural exchanges. Today the Fulbright
program enables students, artists, and other professionals to
benefit from unique resources in every corner of the world.
Participating governments and host institutions in foreign
countries, and in the US, also contribute financially through
cost-sharing and indirect support, e.g., through salary
supplements, tuition waivers, and university housing.
For more information, please visit the Fulbright
Visit these links for up-to-date
- See the
2012 Fulbright Scholarship Awardees!
- St. John's University's Language Connection
will host 35 foreign Fulbright Scholars for ESL studies, as well as
other enrichment opportunities, in the summer of 2012!