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Past Grantees
David Prieto
Iceland
Interdisciplinary Studies
Kainen Bell
Brazil
Social Work
Daniel Bergerson
Mexico
English Teaching Assistantship
Molly Engel
China
Economic Development
Carly Peltier
Chile
Geology

Columbia University, Graduate School


Fulbright Program Adviser

Sarah Jackman
Graduate Student Affairs Officer
107 Low Library
535 West 116th Street
New York, New York 10027
212-854-6724

Institution Information

Campus Deadline: September 05, 2019

Graduate and professional students (not including School of Professional Studies and Teachers College) and graduate/professional alumni who have graduated no more than 2 years prior apply through Columbia University, Graduate School. Professional students are encouraged to reach out to their school's fellowship, student affairs, career, and/or financial aid office for additional assistance before submitting the application.

To apply through Columbia University, Graduate School, please apply per usual through EMBARK on the Fulbright website and select "Columbia University - Graduate School" instead of "at large". You must click "submit" by the campus internal deadline, so that your application will be sent to the Fulbright Program Advisor, who will then review your application before forwarding it to the Fulbright on your behalf. You will then discuss the application with the Fulbright Program Advisor and can make changes up until the national deadline.  

Applications in the Creative and Performing Arts require the submission of supplementary materials (work samples) in support of the written application. Portfolios must be completed by the national deadline, not the campus internal deadline.