Fulbright Program

The Fulbright Program is an international educational exchange program operating on a binational basis between the United States and over 160 countries. Founded in 1946, the program offers grants for U.S. students, scholars, artists, and professionals to study, teach, or conduct research or professional projects abroad, and respectively, for citizens of other countries to do the same in the United States.

The Fulbright Program was instrumental in promoting international education in the United States and globally after World War II, serving as a forerunner and inspiration for the subsequent development of other international exchange programs. Today, the Fulbright Program has a global reach and is managed by 49 binational commissions and over 100 U.S. embassies. It is among the most widely recognized scholarship programs in the ...

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