The Institute of International Education (IIE), on behalf of the U.S. State Department, administers the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which offers research, study, and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students. This competition is administered on campus by the International Institute.
Those interested in applying for the 2023-24 application year are encouraged to attend a virtual campus information session prior to meeting with an advisor. Info sessions and conversation hours have begun! Please review the II Events Calendar for updates on info sessions.
Scheduled advising takes place January through the end of August. Appointments are available by phone, or via video conference. Appointments are scheduled by grant type - Study/Research, ETA, & Arts - but general appointments are also available.
To schedule an appointment, please visit the advising calendar and select an open day/time.
Draft Review: Early August, 2022
Submit drafts via the U-M Fulbright Canvas Site
Campus: Late August, 2022
Submit your application for campus review via the IIE Online Application
National: Mid October, 2022
Submit your application for national review via the IIE Online Application
Applications are due just over a year before grants begin. Undergraduates planning to begin a grant following graduation should begin an application in January of their junior year.
Enrolled students are required to apply through U-M. Recent alumni (those who last attended no more than 3 years ago) may also apply through U-M.
- U.S. citizen or national at time of application
- Conferred bachelor's degree by the start of the grant
- Demonstrate language skills necessary to complete the proposed project
*Additional eligibility may apply.
The online application for the 2023-24 application will open in Spring, 2022. Applicants should review the U-M Fulbright Resources Site before beginning an application.
Application components include:
- Completed IIE Online Application
- Statement of Grant Purpose
- Affiliation Letter (not for ETA applicants)
- Personal Statement
- Foreign Language Evaluation
- References (3)
- Campus interview & endorsement (must apply by U-M application deadline to receive an interview)
NOTE: Additional materials are required for applicants in the Creative and Performing Arts. Please speak with an advisor about the requirements.