The US student Fulbright program provides funding for over 2000 Fulbright grants that fund round trip transportation, living expenses and insurance for research in all disciplines and for teaching English. See the list of countries on the Fulbright US Student website for a list of all participating countries. There are a variety of types of Fulbright grants and the application tips section provides summaries of the types and tips for applying.
Upcoming Fulbright Info Sessions
The info sessions will be led by campus Fulbright adviser Paul Fogleman who will be available to answer questions. To see the days and times of upcoming info sessions and to register visit the National Scholarships and Awards events page.
Requirements for the Campus Deadline
Students (both graduate and undergraduate) who want to participate in the campus review of Fulbright application must, at a minimum, submit draft versions of the statement of grant purpose and the personal statement and must have initiated the online application. Send the draft statements as Word documents attached to an email to: email@example.com At this stage of the application, it is not necessary to conform to the page limits and you are allowed to submits that are longer than the 1 or 2 page maximums.
Canvas Course - Apply for Fulbright 2022
IU students (on any campus) who want to apply for a Fulbright in fall 2022 can join a Canvas course designed to guide them through the application process. The assignments and quizzes are voluntary and participants do them in their own time. For an invitation to the course, email IU Bloomington Fulbright Program Adviser, Paul Fogleman: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grad Grants Center Fulbright Boot Camp on Canvas
Graduate students can join the Grad Grants Center Fulbright Boot Camp course which runs from June 13 - August 8, 2022. Email email@example.com for more information and to be added to the course.