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The internal deadline for 2022- 2023 Fulbright Applications with Dartmouth endorsement for this year was July 1. You may apply as an at-large applicant outside of the Dartmouth process this year still. Unfortunately, we are not able to support students outside the endorsement process. If you decide to apply next year, please get back in touch late fall 21/early Winter 22.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers students and young professionals opportunities to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, English teaching (primary, secondary, or university), or artistic endeavors abroad. The program currently awards approximately 1,100 grants annually in all fields of study, and operates in more than 140 countries.
Current Dartmouth undergraduates and graduate students should apply through Dartmouth College. Alumni may apply through Dartmouth to benefit from feedback on applications. Applicants must:
Other education eligibility requirements might apply.
Dartmouth's Fulbright Application process is designed to provide applicants feedback as they craft their application essays.
As a first step, read the Fulbright Fellowship website carefully. Individual countries have different priorities, candidate profiles, and specific details. Use your research to decide which type of Fulbright (research, graduate study, creative arts, English teaching assistant, specialized program) and to which country you wish to apply.
As a second step, familiarize yourself with Dartmouth's Fulbright Application Process. This information can be found on our Canvas site.