Since 1947, more than 32,000 U.S. citizens and 34,000 citizens of other nations received grants from the Fulbright Scholar Program. Since 1949, more than 260 UK faculty and 100 UK students have been awarded Fulbright grants in support of study, teaching, and research in more than 75 countries around the world. During that same period, the Fulbright program enabled more than 130 scholars and scientists from more than 45 countries to come to UK as visiting scholars.
Eligible UK faculty from any academic discipline may apply for this prestigious scholarship to conduct research and/or to lecture in almost any country. Visit the online Catalog of Awards to search for awards that offer the best fit for your experience, teaching or research interest, or preferred country or region. You can register your interest at My Fulbright to receive the latest program updates and announcements. Fulbright International Education Administrators (IEA) Awards provide opportunities for administrative staff, and the Fulbright Specialist program supports short-term (2-6 week) travel for applied, project-based consultancies in a wide range of fields.