Call for Applications for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2022-2023 Grant Awards

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program for U.S. citizens provides grant funding awards for individually designed study/research projects and for English teaching assistant programs. The primary goal is to promote understanding between people in the United States and those in other countries. Applicants from all academic and personal backgrounds are encouraged to apply. You can choose to apply on your own as an at-large applicant or apply through The New School.


Minimum Eligibility Requirements

Be a U.S. Citizen

Possess a bachelor’s degree by the start of the grant award period

Not have a doctoral degree by the October application deadline

Possess minimum language proficiency required for grant award country

Additional Eligibility Requirements


Application Deadlines

Through The New School – Tuesday, September 14, 2021

As At-Large Applicant – Tuesday, October 12, 2021


Why Should I apply through The New School?

New School students and alumni who apply through The New School may receive access to university and college-specific resources to help develop their grant proposal application and receive advising support from The New School’s Fulbright Program Advisors. Additionally, these applicants will have their applications reviewed by a university committee and receive a university endorsement of their applications, which The New School will submit to Fulbright.


How can I learn more?

Review this recorded video presentation (MP4 video file, 69 MB) or narrated powerpoint presentation (PPTX file, 51 MB) to learn more about the application procedures, components, New School advising and campus resources, and our campus application and evaluation process. The presentation is 50 minutes in length, which you may live view or download at the links above. You may also view the presentation slides only.


Then, join a Q&A session on May 19 or June 2 to ask general questions to the campus Fulbright Program Advisor about the Fulbright Program and application process.


How can I contact a Fulbright Program Advisor?

Students and alumni may contact the campus Fulbright Program Advisor, Andrew Amadei, at, to further discuss their interests and how to apply to the program.


Students and alumni of the Schools of Public Engagement (SPE) seeking college-level support for their applications and grant essay writing assistance should contact the SPE Fulbright Program Advisor, Fabiola Berdiel, at to learn more about SPE resources and support. SPE students and alumni must identify themselves to the SPE advisor no later than June 15th to receive college-level support for their applications and grant essay writing assistance.

For more details, please see our Fulbright U.S. Student Program information page and review our Applicant FAQs.