Fulbright Outreach Program for Israel
Study Subject : All Fields
Employer : Fulbright
Level : Masters
Approximately 10 Fulbright Outreach Program fellowships will be awarded to outstanding students planning to begin Master’s or doctoral degree studies at American universities in the fall semester of the 2012 / 2013 academic year. This program is open to Arab students and to Ethiopian students.
Program grants cover tuition, fees and living expenses for a maximum of two years of study in the United States.
This program is open to students in all fields of study, except those in which hands – on contact with patients is required. Students in medicine, dental medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing and other programs which involve treatment of patients are not eligible for Fulbright grants.
Awards are limited to students holding a first or second degree before their departure to begin studies in the United States. Before taking up their grants, those selected as program fellows will be required to provide proof that they have been awarded at least a Bachelor’s degree.
Individuals who have already received a Master’s degree are not eligible to request an Outreach Fellowships in support of study towards the receipt of an additional Master’s degree.
Students holding an Israeli LLM may be exempted from this rule, if it is their intention to acquire an American LLM in order to be able to undertake further studies in the US towards the receipt of a JSD degree.
Prospective candidates are encouraged to contact the Education USA Advising Center of the US – Israel Educational Foundation for information on American universities and the programs of study which they offer.
However, candidates should note that Outreach Program Fellows do not apply directly for admission to US universities. Instead, submission of their applications for admission is carried out by a placement agency in the United States.
Fulbright Scholarship Application Deadline : March 31, 2011.