1 Fulbright/Western Sydney University Scholarship in the Arts, Environment, & Public Health
Accepted Degree Levels
Grant PeriodFebruary Start
Grant Length8-10 Months
Specialized Grant Types
- Science/Public Health
Established in 1989, Western Sydney University (WSU) “brings knowledge to life” in the education of students for employment, the application of research to contemporary problems, and mutually enriching partnerships with local schools, organisations, businesses, and community groups.
The Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship funded by Western Sydney University will attract a diverse range of exceptional applicants who have recently completed their undergraduate studies and who are seeking to undertake 8-10 months of study/research in an area of focus for the University. Candidates can consider Master's programs at the University but tuition funding is not guaranteed.
Candidates must commence their grants at the start of the university year in January or February 2025 with the specific start date agreed upon by both grantee and host institution (as early as July 2024 in some cases - by approval only.)
Fulbright offers an in-person Orientation program in late February.
Accepted Degree Levels
Special Application Instructions
Applicants must select "Western Sydney University" in the Award Name field of the application.
Candidates who are recommended for final review by the Fulbright Commission in Australia may be contacted for 20-30 minute interviews via Zoom or phone.
Foreign Language Proficiency
Fulbright Proposal Types
Letter required for independent study or research at deadline
Letter of acceptance required prior to grant start
Applicants seeking to complete research at WSU should include a letter of invitation with their application. Master's candidates do not need to secure admission as part of their applications but should include a letter from WSU inviting the applicant to apply for the award.
Visit the WSU award page for more information.
Please note that the waiving of tuition fees is at the discretion of the University and candidates are responsible for negotiating fee waivers directly with the corresponding institutions. Tuition fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change, and vary with each institution. In the event a waiver is not granted, candidates should be aware that the Fulbright grant does not cover the cost of tuition fees and is for travel and stipend only.
Dependents (spouse and/or children under 18) are eligible on the required visa for entry into Australia.