Fulbright Fellowships

About the Scholarship

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.  

Eligibility

Current Dartmouth undergraduates and graduate students should apply through Dartmouth College. Alumni may apply through Dartmouth to benefit from feedback on applications.  Applicants must:

  • be a U.S. Citizen
  • hold a B.A. degree or the equivalent before the start of the grant
  • be in the creative performing arts, four years of professional study and/or experience meets the basic eligibility requirement
  • be in good health. Grantees will be required to submit a satisfactory Medical Certificate of Health from a physician.
  • have sufficient written and spoken language proficiency of the host country to successfully communicate and carry out the proposed study

Other education eligibility requirements might apply.

Application Process

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.

Dartmouth Winners

Dartmouth Fulbright Winners 2017-2018

  • Charlotte Blatt '18 - Canada, International Relations
  • Madeleine Coffey '18 - Morocco, English Teaching Assistant
  • Sarah Cohen '18 - Dominican Republic, Public Health
  • Mary Liza Hartong GR -- Ireland, Irish Literature & Film
  • Alyssa Heinze '18 - India, Economic Development
  • Amanda Herz '18 - South Korea, English Teaching Assistant
  • Axel Hufford '16 - South Korea, English Teaching Assistant
  • James Jung '14 - Poland, Biology
  • Natasha Maldi '16 - Morocco, Arabic Language & Literature
  • Gricelda Ramos '18 - Brazil, English Teaching Assistant
  • Alexandra Reichert '18 - Ecuador, Global Health
  • Nicole Simineri '17 - South Korea, English Teaching Assistant
  • Catherine Treyz '13 - Germany, Journalism
  • Karen Wen '16 - India, Public Health

Dartmouth Fulbright Winners 2016-2017

  • Iman AbdoulKarim '17 - UK, Islamic Studies
  • Nicole Castillo '17 - Morocco, English Teaching Assistant
  • Sharon Cho '17 - South Korea, English Teaching Assistant
  • Apoorva Dixit '17 - India, Anthropology
  • Evelyn Fernandez-Lizarraga '16 - South Korea, English Teaching Assistant (declined)
  • Devyn Greenberg '17 - Morocco, English Teaching Assistant
  • Michaela LeDoux '17 - Czech Republic, English Teaching Assistant
  • Liane Makatura '17 - Switzerland, Computer Science
  • Daniel Miller GR - India, Musicology
  • Emma PeConga '16 - Denmark, Psychology
  • Jocelyn Powelson '14 - Nepal, Environmental Studies
  • Travis Price '11 - Uruguay, English Teaching Assistant
  • Elizabeth Doe Stone '12 - Sweden, Art History
  • Jordan Terry '15 - UK, History (declined)
  • Clara Wang '17 - Taiwan, International Relations (declined)
  • Joshua Warzecha '17 - Israel, English Teaching Assistant

Dartmouth Fulbright Winners 2015-2016

  • Madeline Baird ’12 — UK: MSc in International Health (declined)
  • Michael Beechert ’16 — Germany: German Basic Law in an Integrated Europe
  • Rocio Labrador ’16 — Colombia: English Teaching Assistant
  • Alexander Moushey ’16 — Malaysia: English Teaching Assistant
  • Joshua Tupler ’16 — Canada: Use of Military Force in the Post-Cold War Era