Application Deadline: May 8th 2014
The Fulbright Egyptian Student Program provides grant opportunities for university graduates, masters and doctoral degree candidates, and young professionals and artists to study and conduct research in the United States.
All fields are eligible except medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry.
- · Masters Degree Grants: up to two years for persons wishing to pursue postgraduate degrees in the U.S.
- · Non-degree Grants: six to nine months for persons registered for advanced degrees in Egyptian universities who wish to conduct research in the U.S.
- · Fine and Applied Arts Grants: six to nine months for artists who wish to conduct field research or attend master classes with professionals in the U.S.
- · Egyptian citizenship; holders of U.S. green cards and/or passports are ineligible.
- · Bachelor’s degree. Minimum of “Good” for applicants in American studies, humanities, and social sciences. Minimum of “Very Good” for applicants in the sciences.
- · Minimum of two years post-graduate experience at the time of application.
- · For Non-Degree applicants: proof of registered masters or doctoral thesis at an Egyptian university.
- · For Fine, Applied and Performing Arts applicants: proof of participation in at least three post-graduate artistic activities or exhibitions; No TOEFL score required.
- · For Minimum Institutional TOEFL score of 550 from AMIDEAST Egypt or any of the below ETS Authorized Distributors and/or ITP Testing Centers
- · Travel allowance.
- · Stipend.
- · Other allowances.
- · Medical insurance.
- · For masters degree and fine & applied arts grants only: Partial tuition and/or university fees.
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