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Connect with program staff who provide direct application support in-office hours and share program opportunities in webinars and U.S. campus presentations throughout the year:
Fulbright Scholar Directory
Visit the Fulbright Scholar Directory to view the opportunities pursued by more than 50,000 alumni.
Refer a Colleague
If you have a colleague who could contribute to and gain from the Fulbright Program, click the link below to refer them. IIE staff will contact them to set up an advising session and explore their interests.
Fulbright Programs for U.S. Students and Non-U.S. Citizens
Although the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is open to both academics and professionals, approximately 80 percent of available awards require a Ph.D. or terminal degree. If you are a recent college graduate, or graduate student or doctoral candidate with limited professional experience, please visit the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Non-U.S. scholars and students can consult the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program and Fulbright Foreign Student Program for opportunities to come to the United States to teach, research, or study.