As you begin to define your postgraduate plans, we would like to invite you to explore the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Fulbright is a U.S. government funded program that supports an academic year of research, English teaching, graduate study and other opportunities outside of the United States once your undergraduate degree is completed. While it may seem early to be thinking about an award post-USC, it is necessary to plan well-in advance to meet campus and national deadlines.
USC has been named a Top Producing Institution of Fulbright U.S. Students for nine years running and produced more Fulbrighters than any other California university for the 2020-21 grant year!
If you are a junior, senior, or current graduate student, attend the Fulbright Writing Workshop Series to begin your application journey with this year’s cohort! *U.S. citizenship is required
Friday, April 2: from 2-4pm PST
Friday, April 23: from 2-4pm PST
The Fulbright Writing Workshops are a two-part series led by AHF staff and faculty from The Writing Program. The first workshop will introduce the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and campus application process. Participants will then divide into small groups to review successful essay examples by grant type. The second workshop will feature a panel of recent USC Fulbright recipients followed by small breakouts to discuss components that made their applications materials compelling.
RSVP for the 2021 Fulbright Spring Writing Workshop Series!
To support your exploration of Fulbright countries and award types, please familiarize yourself with our AHF Fulbright page. We have developed online resources to help keep your application on track.
The most successful candidates are those who demonstrate academic excellence and personal and professional experiences that lend themselves to going to a host country for continued study. If you are interested in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and these qualities reflect you and your co-curricular involvements, we hope you will choose to apply!