Fulbright U.S. Student Programs
More than 950 awards for research/study grants in more than 140 countries and more than 1,250 awards for English language teaching assistant positions in more than 75 countries are available annually through the US Student Fulbright Program. Basic eligibility: U.S. citizen by the application deadline, bachelor’s degree or equivalent by the start of the grant (typically one year after you submit the application), and no doctorate at the time of application. CCU rising seniors (summer preparation necessary before applying in fall of senior year), seniors, graduate students, and alumni are encourage to apply.
Go to Coastal Carolina University Fulbright U.S. Student Program Timeline and Guidelines for detailed information about CCU’s deadlines and the campus process. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is coordinated through the Office of National Scholarships. If interested in applying, contact the Director of National Scholarships, Judith Zang ASAP. Early preparation is key!
For more information about the different types of student Fulbright programs, what they support, where they operate, and how to apply, please review the program website.