UC Santa Cruz


Fulbright Program Adviser

Krissy Loveman
Study Abroad Advisor
Divison of Global Engagement
Classroom Unit, Rm. 101
831-459-2561

Institution Information

Campus Deadline: September 12, 2019

Application Season Opening:

April 1, 2019

Campus Deadline (e-submission):

September 12, 2019

Campus Interviews:

Scheduled for late September/Early October. Exact dates TBA. At this time interviews are in-person only.

Program Description:

The Fulbright supports up to one year of international funding for recent undergraduates and masters recipients and current graduates students. The Fulbright may be utilized to explore research interests, graduate or independent study projects, and/or English teaching opportunities in participating countries. The program purpose is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons, knowledge and skills. Selection is based on the applicant’s academic or professional record, language preparation, the feasibility of the proposed study project, and personal qualifications.

Eligibility

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen at the time of application. Applicants must hold a B.A., B.S. or, if in the creative or performing arts, four years of study and/or experience, before the beginning of the start date of grant with exceptions as noted in the Fulbright Program web site. Applicants can be in any year of graduate study, but must not have completed their PhD before the final submission date to Fulbright. All applicants must have sufficient proficiency in the language of the host country to communicate and carry out proposed study/research programs and be in good health. Applicants do not need to be enrolled, or plan on enrolling unless one is seeking to apply to for graduate study abroad. 

UC Santa Cruz will work with alum who are no more than two years post-degree and only if applicant can partake in on-campus interviews. Applicants who are more than 2 years from degree completion at UCSC must apply as an "at-large" applicant (see Fulbright web site for info on how to apply at large).

Prepping to Apply:

See webcast link below, as well as the information on the “Getting Started” section of the Fulbright website. Specific country questions may also be directed to the IIE/Fulbright staff contact listed at the country summary area of the country you are interested in applying to. Fulbright webinars and student guidance sessions are posted here.

Application and Interview Process:

The online application will be available April 1, 2019. The campus deadline is September 12, 2019. All applicants must partake in a campus interview process to allow our Committee members to complete a mandatory evaluation form required by Fulbright. If you are an undergraduate or masters student graduating from UC Santa Cruz in 2019 and will not be in the area in September, you may forgo the campus interview and apply directly to Fulbright as an “at-large” candidate.

Application and Information:

The Embark application web portal will be utilized for electronic submission of the application. Letters of recommendation are also uploaded by referees to the Embark site by the campus deadline.

 

Past Grantees
Daniel Rudin
Philippines
Film Studies
Marie Tolan
Brazil
History
Edward Garcia
Indonesia
World Music
Ayana Crawford
Spain
Business
Kirby Parnell
Denmark
Biology