Fulbright Scholarship

Fulbright Scholarship

The US student Fulbright grant program provides funding for about 1600 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. 

Fulbright Application Interactive Webinars

Students who plan on applying to Fulbright can take part in these interactive webinars via Zoom. Participants in the webinar will initiate and begin completing the online Fulbright application at their computers. The webinar will be guided by campus Fulbright adviser Paul Fogleman who will be available to answer questions. The sessions are identical; each student should register for only one session.

Register for the Thursday June 21 3:30-4:30 session

Register for the Thursday June 21 5:30-6:30 session

One of the webinars will be recorded and available to view. To request access to the recording, contact nsa@indiana.edu.

Scholarships for graduate study

To compete for a Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell or Churchill Scholarship, candidates must meet eligibility requirements set by the scholarship programs. All require that an applicant be a U.S. citizen (See page 10 of the Rhodes brochure for eligibility of other nationalities). Participation in the competitions at the national level requires formal nomination by an applicant's university.