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Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Fulbright student teaches in a Malaysian classroom

Application Deadline: August 31, 2020

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program sends U.S. citizens to more than 160 countries to study, research, and teach English abroad. With a unique focus on mutual understanding between people of different backgrounds and cultures, the program offers the freedom to curate your experience as you engage with your host community.  

The Einaudi Center provides counseling, essay feedback, and application support to help your Fulbright application succeed, even if you are preparing your application at a distance as a study abroad student or recent graduate. Our Fulbright advisor offers guidance throughout the year and hosts information sessions about Fulbright opportunities each semester.  

Eligibility 

United States citizens in any field of study are eligible. In addition, you must fulfill one of the following criteria: 

  • You will graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Cornell before September of the award year. 
  • You are currently a Cornell graduate student.  
  • You are a young professional who graduated from Cornell within the past five years. 

How to Apply 

Cornell applicants must apply through the Cornell Fulbright Program, managed by the Einaudi Center. We provide counseling, essay reviews, and application support to all applicants, including study abroad students and alumni, for every type of application

Additional Information

Funding Type

  • Fellowship

Role

  • Student

Program