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- Review the Fulbright Program, types of grants, and the application process.
- Research your project idea AND the country where you are applying.
- Review application tips.
- Begin drafting your proposal, personal statement, and portfolio.
Step 1: Review the Fulbright Program
Step 2: Research your project and country
If you have an idea for a project and there is a particular country you'd like to apply to then research is your first step! Your project needs to be specific, unique and able to fit within the allotted time frame.
Get started with these resources:
Researching Countries Guide
Use Goldstein Library's research guide to find out more about the country you'd like to apply to for the Fulbright.
World Higher Education Database
Use this resource to find institutions in your chosen country. Universities may be a good starting point for finding an affiliation.
Step 3: Review Application Tips
Step 4: Begin drafting your proposal
Start by talking with faculty in your department or in Liberal Arts. They will be able to make suggestions and perhaps connect you with hosts in the country where you are thinking of applying.