Fulbright Program


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Fulbright Program

  • Fulbright Program

  • Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program

  • Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

  • Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD)

  • Undergraduate Intensive English Language Program (UIELP)

  • The Study of the United States Institutes for Student Leaders (SUSI)



Established in 1946 by former U.S. Congress, J. William Fulbright

  • Established in 1946 by former U.S. Congress, J. William Fulbright

  • To increase mutual understanding between the people of the U.S and people of other countries

  • Provides opportunities for foreign nationals to study, teach, and pursue research in the U.S.

  • Every year the U.S. Embassy sends from 8 to 10 Cambodian students to pursue graduate study in the U.S.



Applicants from Government, Non-Governmental Organization and Private sectors are eligible for this program.

  • Applicants from Government, Non-Governmental Organization and Private sectors are eligible for this program.

  • Fields of Study

  • All fields of study are acceptable except Medicine but students from Medical school can apply for Public Health.



Strong academic background

  • Strong academic background

  • Have completed a Bachelor or Master’s degree

  • Proficient in English (minimum TOEFL score 570, 88 in internet based or 7.0 on IELTS)

  • Demonstrate ability to adapt readily to a foreign environment; and

  • Be in good health and able to undergo a rigorous study program.



through online application at:

  • through online application at:

  • https://apply.embark.com/student/fulbright/

  • international/, or www.iie.org/fulbright/apps

  • Applicants must create ID and password and keep it in a safe place.

  • Your Email Address is your User ID

  • You may access your application any time to edit as long as you have not submitted it. once it’s submitted you can no longer make any change.



  • February - June, 2011: Announcement

  • March 26, 2011: First ITP date

  • April 23, 2011: Second ITP date

  • June 10, 2011: Deadline of the application with all supporting documents to the U.S. Embassy

  • Start completing the application as soon as possible.

  • Don’t wait for the result of the ITP because you need to spend many weeks to complete and review your application.



One-semester to one academic-year scholarship

  • One-semester to one academic-year scholarship

  • For outstanding undergraduates for non-degree program at accredited U.S. institutions.

  • Available in all Fields of Study, Except Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacology and Animal Care.



Eligible Applicants must:

  • Eligible Applicants must:

  • be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program

  • have at least one semester to complete in their home institutions upon completion

  • be highly motivated non-elite or less privileged undergraduate students



Eligible Applicants must:

  • Eligible Applicants must:

  • have good knowledge in English, minimum TOEFL score of 500 or 173 on computer based, 61 on internet based test (iBT)

  • have no previous study experience in the U.S.

  • be 24 years or younger at the time of application



October 18, 2010: Announcement

  • October 18, 2010: Announcement

  • December 3, 2010: Application Deadline

  • December 13, 2010: Interview for final selection

  • March 2010: Notify of the award to successful candidates



Eight-week intensive English courses at college and universities in the U.S.

  • Eight-week intensive English courses at college and universities in the U.S.

  • For undergraduate students in sciences and technical fields from non-elite students



Eligible Applicants:

  • Eligible Applicants:

  • Have a sustained high level academic achievement

  • be from historical underserved communities

  • Be proficient in English (TOEFL scores 420 - 480)



Eligible Applicants:

  • Eligible Applicants:

  • Demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential in their university and community activities

  • Have had little or no prior study or travel experience in the U.S. or elsewhere outside of Cambodia

  • Be 24 years or younger at the time of application



Timeline:

  • Timeline:

  • October 18 2010: Announcement of the program

  • December 17, 2010: Application Deadline

  • December 27, 2010: Interview

  • March 2011: Notify successful candidates



A five-week intensive academic program designed to provide groups of undergraduate student leaders with a deeper understanding of the U.S and leadership skills.

  • A five-week intensive academic program designed to provide groups of undergraduate student leaders with a deeper understanding of the U.S and leadership skills.

  • Different theme from one year to another.



Eligible Applicants must:

  • Eligible Applicants must:

  • have a sustained high level academic achievement

  • be proficient in English (TOEFL scores 500)

  • have no previous study or travel experience in the U.S or elsewhere outside of their home country

  • be 25 years or younger at the time of application

  • demonstrate strong leadership qualities and potential in their university and community activities



Timeline:

  • Timeline:

  • November 12 2010: Announcement

  • December 13, 2010: Application deadline

  • December 23, 2010: Interview

  • Late June to early August: Courses at a U.S. college or university



Last week of July 2011: Shortlist of the selected applicants for final interview

  • Last week of July 2011: Shortlist of the selected applicants for final interview

  • Late August 2011: Interview for final selection

  • October 1, 2011: Deadline to submit finalist to the Institute of International Education (IIE)

  • October 2011 – April 2012: IIE reviews missing documents and submit to different universities in the U.S.

  • May – July 2012: Results of the placements and departure to the U.S.



Internet and Email

  • Internet and Email

  • Extra Curricular

  • Carefully fill out the Application Form

  • Personal Statement

  • Study/Research Objective



http://cambodia.usembassy.gov

  • http://cambodia.usembassy.gov

  • Education & Culture

  • Educational Exchange

  • Click the programs you are looking for at the bottom of this page



For more inquiries:

  • For more inquiries:

  • Mr. Chau Sa

  • 012 812 453; chaus@state.gov

  • Mr. Bun Sambath

  • 012 885 212; bunsa@state.gov



Personal Statement

  • Personal Statement

  • Your Personal Statement is a written statement about who you are and what you want to accomplish with your life.

  • Things to write about:

  • Your family history and how that affects you today

  • Any life experiences that have affected your way of thinking

  • What you want to accomplish with your life as a whole

  • Your Personal Statement is a statement of your past and who your are at the present as well as what you want for your



Research Objective

  • Research Objective

  • Your Research Objective is the area of study you wish to continue by studying abroad.

  • ( What are you going to study? )

  • You also need to state how that research will benefit you and your country.

  • Example: I plan to further my study of International Economics. Once I obtain an advanced degree, I will work to make Cambodia a more competitive nation on the Global stage.

  • Also if you have a specific research question or theory you are going to advance,…..describe it.




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