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Fulbright Scholarships Scholarships For Pakistani Students

Index

  • Application
  • Fulbright Programs

  • Eligibility Criteria

  •  Ineligibility

  • Application Cycle

  • How to Apply

  • GRE/TOEFL

  • FAQs

Fulbright is the flagship scholarship program of the U.S. Department of State. Fulbright Awards are offered in 150 countries in the world. Since 2005, Pakistan has had the largest Fulbright Program in the world due to generous funding from the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan. The Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan is also collaborating with Fulbright Program to fund 25 PhD scholarships each year for the next five years. These awards will be administered under Fulbright policies and regulations.

The Fulbright Masters and PhD Program finance the graduate study in the United States for a Master's or Ph.D. degree. Fully funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), these grants cover;

  •  Tuition fee, 

  • Required textbooks, 

  • Airfare,

  • Living stipend,

  • Health insurance and,

  • USEFP assisting with the visa process.

All successful candidates are required to sign a contract with USEFP and, for successful Ph.D. candidates, with the HEC that binds them to return to Pakistan immediately after their program in the U.S. finishes and serve the country for the number of years equivalent to the length of their scholarship program. This contract is redeemable on a year-for-year basis minimum of two years; as long as a person fulfills the service requirement, he or she will pay nothing.

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities around the world in over 140 countries. The regions or Full Bright Scholarship program include:

  • East Asia-Pacific

  • Europe & Eurasia

  • Middle East & North Africa

  • South & Central Asia

  • Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Western Hemisphere

Application

A complete application package includes:

  • An online application form

  • Three reference letters

  • Your GRE score report and

  • Scanned transcripts, including an explanation of the grading scale of the university issuing the degree be uploaded. 

(Please note that HEC-attested documents are not required with the application. Degree and transcripts need only be attested by the issuing authority/university).

The Fulbright Program functions in two ways:

U.S. citizens receive funding to go to a foreign country via 

  1. U.S. Student Program

  2. U.S. Scholar Program

Teacher Exchange Program 

Non-U.S. citizens visit the U.S. to pursue their studies via

  • Foreign Student Program

  • Visiting Scholar Program

  • Teacher Exchange Program

1. Fulbright Degree Program

The Fulbright Masters and PhD Program funds graduate study in the United States for a Master's or Ph.D. degree. Pakistani citizens, residing and working in Pakistan, with strong academic histories in all disciplines except clinical medicine are eligible to apply.

In addition to academic work, persons selected for Fulbright programs are expected to share their information about Pakistani life and culture with their U.S. colleagues and with community groups in the U.S. On returning to Pakistan, Fulbright grantees are expected to share their U.S. experiences with colleagues and community groups in Pakistan. Successful candidates should be poised to assume leadership positions in their fields and must be committed to returning and serving Pakistan. 

Eligibility for Masters and PhD

  • For the Masters degree program, eligible candidates will have either a four-year Bachelor's degree or Bachelor's and Master's combination totaling 16 years of formal education from an accredited university. Recent graduates are strongly recommended to apply, except for MBA applicants, as they require 3 years of work experience.

  • Similarly, for the PhD degree program, eligible applicants will have a Master's, M.Phil. or comparable degree (a minimum of 18 years of formal education) from an accredited university. It is highly desirable that candidates have work experience in teaching, research, or the public sector in Pakistan.

  • For both the Masters and PhD programs, all academic disciplines are eligible, except clinical medicine.

Ineligibility

  • Persons with a dual U.S./Pakistan nationality or those having a spouse, parent, fiancé or child over 18 years of age who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

  • Employees of the Fulbright organization or the U.S. Department of State and their spouses, fiancés, siblings, dependents, children and parents. For programs funded by their agencies, employees of USAID or the HEC and their spouses, fiancés, siblings, dependents, children and parents.

  • Generally, preference for Fulbright student opportunities will be given to candidates who have not previously received a Fulbright student grant.

  • Persons already studying in the U.S. or on a work/residence visa in any country.

  • Application Cycle

  • Applications are accepted each year in February and the deadline to submit the application is around May. 

  • The application review and interview process continues until September and the results are announced in mid-October. 

  • After selection, the university submission and placement process continues until February and visa interviews take place until June. 

  • The departure to the U.S. commences in July and onwards, depending on the universities reporting dates

How to apply

A complete application package includes:

  • An application form

  • Three reference letters

  • Your GRE score report and

  • Scanned transcripts, including an explanation of the grading scale of the university issuing the degree should be uploaded. Please note that HEC-attested documents are not required with the application. Degree and transcripts need only be attested by the issuing authority.

2. The Global UGRAD program

In 2010, the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program - Pakistan (Global UGRAD-Pakistan) was launched by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the United States Department of State. The program in Pakistan is administered by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) and in the United States by the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX).

The Global UGRAD program is designed to award undergraduate Pakistani students enrolled at a university in Pakistan. The Global UGRAD-Pakistan program offers cultural/academic exchange through a non-degree program for a semester at a university in the U.S.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pakistani citizens

  • 25 years or younger

  • Currently enrolled in a college or university and committed to returning to their home universities following the completion of the program.

  • Strong leadership qualities and potential in their university and community activities

  • Serious interest in learning about the United States

  • High level of academic achievement, as indicated in grades, awards and reference letters

  • Proficiency in English

  • Students from diverse backgrounds, especially those students who have not previously had opportunities to travel internationally are encouraged to apply

Ineligibility

  • Applicants with a dual U.S./Pakistani nationality or U.S. permanent residence

  • Those who have a parent, spouse or fiancé who is a U.S citizen or permanent U.S resident

  • Employees of the Fulbright organization or the U.S. Department of State

  • Students in their final year of university

Application Cycle

  • Tentative Announcement: Oct/Nov

  • Two batches: Fall and spring semester

  • Duration: One semester - approximately half attend in fall and other half in spring

  • Grantees start studies: Fall next year

How to apply

  • The Global UGRAD-Pakistan program is advertised every year (please check for availability) by October/November. 

  • Application form is required to be submitted online. All supporting documents , such as photocopies of transcripts including an explanation of grading scale of university issuing the degree, are to be attached to the online application before submission . 

  • Photocopies of transcripts must be attested by the issuing authority.

NOTE: Once you are selected you will be required to provide a Reference Letters and No Objection Certificate (NOC) from your current academic institution.

3. Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship

The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program brings accomplished mid-career professionals with demonstrated leadership potential to the United States for a year of graduate-level non-degree academic coursework and professional development activities. This ten month program consists of academic coursework and internship in a relevant professional organization. By providing future leaders and policy makers with experience in U.S society, culture, and professional fields, the program provides a basis for lasting, productive ties between Americans and their professional counter parts overseas. Approximately 18 campuses have been selected through a competitive process to host fellows in group with thematic and subject affinities. Each university is chosen based on institutional resources and the level of support and guidance it offers for academic and administrative support. Faculty advisers also assist Fellows in pursuing balanced academic and professional programs. All participants must return to Pakistan immediately following completion of their program.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Successful applicants must be committed to serving Pakistan. 

  • They must be Pakistani citizens with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional/work experience, coupled with a Master's degree and a guarantee of re-employment upon return to Pakistan. 

  • Applicants must possess a high level of fluency in spoken and written English. 

  • Successful candidates should be poised to assume leadership positions in their field.

Ineligibility

  • Applications will not be accepted from university teachers or researchers with no management experience or similar responsibilities, those who attended graduate school in the U.S. in the last seven years or who have had long-term U.S. experience within the last five years.  

  • Persons with a dual U.S./Pakistan nationality or who have a spouse, fiancé, parent or child over the age of 18 who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. 

  • Employees of the Fulbright organization or the U.S. Department of State.

Application Cycle

  • Tentative Announcement: April

  • Duration: 10-12 months

  • Grantees start studies: Fall next year

4. Fulbright Scholar Program

The Fulbright Scholar Program funds up to 12 months of lectureship, post-doctoral research, or a combination of the two at a U.S. college or university with one fully covered dependent. Persons selected are expected to share information about Pakistani society and culture with students, colleagues and community groups in the U.S. On returning to Pakistan, Fulbright scholars are expected to make a significant contribution to Pakistan's development and share their U.S. experiences with students, colleagues and community groups in Pakistan. The grant funds airfare, an incidental research allowance, a living stipend and health insurance. USEFP will assist with visa application process.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Scholars, professionals and artists from all disciplines are welcome to apply, with the exception of clinical medicine. 

  • Every applicant must either hold Ph.D. or terminal degree in his/her field. 

  • Successful candidates will have an excellent command of written and spoken English. They will have a clear and well-formulated proposal about what they would like to accomplish in the U.S. and how it relates to their work in Pakistan. 

  • The proposal is the most important single portion of the application. 

  • People applying for the lectureship must have demonstrated ability to teach in a university setting.

Ineligibility

  • Persons who have completed their Ph.D. within the last two years or who have been to the U.S. for research or other long term educational opportunities within the last five years.

  • Persons with a dual U.S./Pakistan nationality or who have a spouse, fiancé, parent or child over 18 year of age who is U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

  • Employees and dependents of USEFP, or the U.S. Department of State.

  • Persons already studying in the U.S. or on a work/residence visa in any country.

Application Cycle

  • Tentative Announcement: Summer

  • Duration: Maximum of 12 months

  • Grantees start work: Fall next year

How to Apply

All application materials (original and one copy), including references, must be submitted to USEFP. Applications will be uploaded on the website as soon as the program is announced.

5. Professional Partnership Program for Journalists

The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan invites journalists to apply for the U.S - Pakistan Professional Partnership Program. This program involves journalists from both countries working together and building real professional relationships, as well as the opportunity to learn about media reporting in each other's countries. This program will provide approximately 110-140 participants from Pakistan the opportunity to study and take an active part in journalism as practiced in the U.S. Selected participants will spend up to 4 weeks at a U.S newsroom. The program is also knit throughout with events and opportunities to experience U.S life and showcasing its diversity.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pakistani Citizen

  • Currently working as a digital journalist

  • Three to ten years of active experience in digital journalism with any media organization

  • Bachelor's degree

Ineligibility

  • Applicants with a dual U.S./Pakistani nationality or those who have a parent, spouse, fiancé or child over 18 years of age who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

  • Employees of the Fulbright organization or the U.S. Department of State and their spouses

  • Alumni of Fulbright, Humphrey, or any U.S. government-funded program

  • People who have applied for immigration to the United States

Application Cycle

  • Duration: 4-6 weeks

  • Grantees start studies: Rotating schedule, in form of small groups of 10-15 grantees over a period of 3 years

How to apply

Complete application package, including academic transcripts and two letters of references must be submitted to USEFP. Applications will be uploaded on the website as soon as the program is announced.

6. Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA)

The FLTA Program is a nine-month, U.S. Department of State funded, non-degree program that provides young teachers of English an opportunity to refine their teaching skills, increase their English language proficiency and extend their knowledge of the society and culture of the United States, while teaching their native language to U.S. students and strengthening foreign language instruction at U.S. colleges and universities. Fulbright FLTA participants also interact with their host communities in conversation groups, extracurricular activities, and community outreach projects. Fulbright FLTA participants must immediately return to their home countries upon completion of the program.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pakistani national with a valid Pakistani Passport.

  • Resident in Pakistan throughout the nomination and selection process.

  • Be a young, early career educator.

  • Minimum of 16 years of formal education.

  • Be a teacher of the English language or a related field at the college or university level.

  • Prior teaching experience is preferred.

Application Cycle

  • Tentative Announcement: March/April

  • Duration: 9-10 months

  • Grantees start studies: Fall next year

How to apply

All application materials (one copy), including references, must be received by USEFP at

Programs Department, USEFP, House 5, Street 17, F-6/2, Islamabad.

GRE/TOEFL

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for all applicants. Under the new scoring system, minimum scores of 138 in the verbal and 136 in the quantitative sections are required. Applicants must also possess a high level of fluency in spoken and written English. Short-listed applicants will be required to bring proof of TOEFL registration with them to the interview.

FAQs:

QUESTION:

How do I apply?

Read all of the application instructions carefully before beginning the application. Register for the GRE at http://www.usefpakistan.org/Testing/GRE.cfm?Tab=Testing Students/faculty of public universities may be eligible to receive a free GRE voucher. Information about GRE test preparation is also available at www.usefpakistan.org/testprep. There are many web resources available to guide you in writing your Statement of Purpose and Study Objectives. Contact our EducationUSA Advising Centers at advising@usefpakistan.org to get information about free weekly workshops on essay writing and fee-based test prep classes.

QUESTION:

What is the deadline to apply?

Applications are to be submitted online in May.

QUESTION:

Does it cost anything to apply?

NO! Unscrupulous agents may try to sell application forms or take fees for filling them in. Applicants should fill in their own forms. Misrepresentation or plagiarism anywhere in the application can result in termination from the program.

QUESTION:

Do I apply online and also send the application and documents in paper form?

No, you only need to apply online with all your required documents uploaded. Paper applications and documents will not be accepted.

QUESTION:

Can my recommendation letters be submitted online?

Yes, when you submit your application online, an auto-generated email is sent to your referee asking for your recommendation letter. He/she has the option to submit the letter online or send the paper copy through courier at our office address before the application submission deadline. For online submission, your referee will receive the auto-generated confirmation email. It will not be USEFP's responsibility to confirm to you or your referee that we have received your recommendation letters.

QUESTION:

What is included in a Fulbright award?

The grant funds tuition, textbooks, airfare, a living stipend, health insurance, visa fees, a computer and settling-in allowance. Fulbright awards enable grantees to live at the same standard as most American graduate students.

QUESTION:

How many scholarships will be awarded?

In 2019, USEFP hopes to award about 125 Fulbright scholarships.

QUESTION:

Other than study toward a degree, what is expected from successful applicants?

One of the major goals of Fulbright programs is to promote mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. In addition to academic work, persons selected for Fulbright programs are expected to share information about their own country's life and culture with their colleagues and with community groups in the United States. On returning home, Fulbright grantees are expected to share their U.S. experiences with colleagues and community groups in their countries. All Pakistanis selected for Fulbright awards are obliged to return to Pakistan within 30 days of completing their programs and to serve a residency requirement (a minimum of two years).

QUESTION:

Do I need to have completed a Bachelor's Degree to apply?

Yes, you need to have completed 16 years (4-year Bachelor's or two-year Bachelor's and two-year Masters) of education from an accredited university to apply for the Master's and 18 years for the PhD degree.

QUESTION:

I want to apply for a PhD. Do I need to have completed a Master's or M.Phil. Degree?

Yes, you need to have a Master's or M.Phil. (a minimum 18 years of education) from an accredited university.

QUESTION:

Can I apply for a Masters leading to PhD?

No. You cannot apply for Masters leading to PhD. You can apply for one degree only, either a Masters or PhD.

QUESTION:

Which academic disciplines are eligible?

All disciplines except for clinical medicine are eligible to apply. Applicants are especially encouraged in the fields of agriculture, water, energy, health and education.

QUESTION:

Can I apply for an MBA?

Yes, you can apply for MBA if you have a Bachelor's degree (16 years of education). To apply for MBA, it is recommended that you have at least 2-3 years of work experience in your desired field.

QUESTION:

Is work experience required?

No, unless you are applying for Public Policy/Administration or an MBA.

QUESTION:

I have an MBBS degree. Can I apply?

Yes, but not in clinical medicine or for a specialization. You can apply for research-focused fields, such as Public Health.

QUESTION:

I'm a Chartered Accountant. Can I apply?

No, unless you have the equivalency from HEC recognizing your CA certificate as equivalent to an M.Com degree.

QUESTION:

I went on Global Undergraduate Semester Exchange (Global UGrad) Program. Can I apply?

Yes, you can apply if you fulfill the other requirements of this program. Your participation in the Global UGrad Program will not negatively affect your application.

QUESTION:

Can I change my academic field?

Yes, as long as you are able to demonstrate adequate preparation for your new field and explain as to why be you changing fields.

QUESTION:

I have a foreign Bachelor's degree. Can I apply?

Yes, unless your degree is from the U.S. within the past 5 years. Priority is given to applicants without foreign study experience.

QUESTION:

I already have a four-year Bachelor's and a Master's degree; can I apply for the Master's scholarship?

Yes, but you will need to demonstrate why this second degree is necessary. Priority is given to people who have not yet had an opportunity to complete a degree abroad.

QUESTION:

I have a Master's degree from a foreign university; how does this affect my eligibility?

For the Master's, priority is given to people who have not yet had an opportunity to complete a degree abroad. If you have a foreign Master's degree and are applying for the PhD, it will not affect your eligibility. If your degree is from the U.S. within the past 5 years, you are ineligible.

QUESTION:

I have a disability and want to know if I should apply?

Yes. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. U.S. universities are well equipped to handle students with hearing, visual or mobility impairment.

QUESTION:

Can I take the GRE after submitting my application?

No, you must have taken the GRE test before the application deadline. Ideally, you should have your test score report uploaded with the application. If you don't have your score report by the deadline you should upload the proof of your registration with the application showing that you took the exam before the deadline.

QUESTION:

What is considered a good GRE score?

  • The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for all applicants. It is an important tool enabling USEFP to compare applicants coming from diverse backgrounds, academic disciplines, and geographic regions. According to the old scoring system, a minimum score of 300 is required on each section of the GRE examination, with a higher score on the section most applicable to your field of study. Under the new scoring system, minimum scores of 138 in the verbal and 136 in the quantitative sections are required.

  • The GRE scores are required for placement at a U.S. university. However, different disciplines have different GRE score requirements. For examples, English literature will require a higher score in the verbal section and engineering fields will require a higher score in the quantitative.

  • It is understood that students coming from private English-medium schools may have an advantage in the verbal portion of the GRE and such factors are taken into account in determining merit.

QUESTION:

I'm in the humanities/arts and not good at math. How important is my quantitative GRE score?

Since you are in the humanities/arts your verbal score will be given more weightage but your overall GRE score does matter in making your application more competitive. Do not let fear of the quantitative portion of the exam to stop you from applying. Many people with low scores have been successful. If the field in which you are applying does not require quantitative skills, you may mention that somewhere in your application.

QUESTION:

I'm in engineering. How important is my verbal GRE score?

Since you are in engineering your quantitative score will be given more weightage but your overall GRE score does matter in making your application more competitive. It is understood and taken into account in assessing merit that people with private/English medium school backgrounds have an advantage.

QUESTION:

Is the TOEFL also required with the application?

No, TOEFL is not mandatory with the application. Only short-listed applicants are required to take the TOEFL.

QUESTION:

Are there any other exam requirements?

Only the GRE and TOEFL are scholarship requirements. Even business applicants should plan to take the general GRE. If selected, they may be asked to take the GMAT. Computer Science or Engineering applicants will be advised to take a GRE Subject Test if they are actually selected for the scholarship.

QUESTION:

I was a good but not great student. Do I have a chance?

Yes, Fulbright is a merit-based program but merit is assessed by looking at the applicant in terms of what they have achieved given their circumstances and their potential to succeed. A good candidate will have a strong academic background, demonstrated commitment to his/her community, good English language skills, and an appropriate Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score. There are no quotas. Applicants who do not have excellent grades need good GRE scores to demonstrate their potential for success. Applicants' other achievements, including community service, are taken into account.

QUESTION:

I cannot easily afford the GRE cost; can USEFP help me?

Yes, if you study or teach at a public university and achieve an overall score of 290 in humanities and social science subjects or if you have achieved combined score of 300 in engineering and science subjects, attach a request for reimbursement of the GRE cost with your application. Up to 50 reimbursement requests will be honored on a first-come, first served basis so try to submit your application early.

QUESTION:

Does everyone selected get a visa?

U.S. Embassy is responsible for issuing visas but USEFP will assist with the visa process. Almost all Fulbright grantees in the past have received visas.

QUESTION:

If I'm selected, can I pick my university in the United States?

No, experienced placement professionals at the Institute for International Education (IIE) in New York match Fulbrighters with universities in the United States to best match the student's profile and program needs. Fulbrighters are studying at top universities all over the United States. If you have strong university preferences, please note those in the appropriate section of the application. If they make sense, IIE will make an effort to consider them.

QUESTION:

Are dependents allowed?

Grantees with children can request to bring their dependents. However, they will need to demonstrate financial ability to support their dependents while they are in the United States, including childcare, if needed, and obtaining medical insurance. Please note that only spouses and children up to the age of 21 are considered dependents. Applicants should be prepared to complete grants without accompanying dependents, if need be.

QUESTION:

How does the selection process work?

Selection process has four stages: 

Round 1: All applications are screened for completeness and minimum qualifications.

Round 2: Complete applications that meet the minimum qualifications are evaluated according to a set of established criteria and shortlisted.

Round 3: In-person interviews of short-listed applicants take place in Islamabad between July and September. The interview panels are made up of both U.S. and Pakistani citizens. 

Round 4: Final candidates and alternates are selected in October. Applicants who have become finalists or alternates will be notified by e-mail and official acceptance letter. Those who do not get selected are notified only by mail. 

Final approval is given by the Foreign Scholarship Board in Washington, D.C.

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program:

The 10-months Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program brings accomplished mid-career professionals with demonstrated leadership potential to the United States for a year of graduate-level non-degree academic coursework and professional development activities. It consists of course-work as well as an internship in a relevant professional organization. 

Cycle:

Applications are open in April

Duration: 10-12 months

Grantees start studies: Fall next year

Eligibility:

Pakistani citizens with a minimum of five years of professional/work experience are eligible who hold a Master's degree and a guarantee of re-employment upon return to Pakistan. Fluency in English with strong leadership qualities is also required.

Ineligibility:

University teachers or researchers with no management experience are ineligible

Students who have attended graduate school in the U.S. in the last seven years or who have had long-term U.S. experience within the last five years are not allowed to join this program

Persons with a dual U.S./Pakistan nationality or who have a spouse, fiancé, parent or child over the age of 18 who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident are ineligible.

Employees of the Fulbright organization or the U.S. Department of State are also ineligible.

Other Programs offer by Fulbright Scholarship administration.

Journalism

Public Administration

Community College Initiative

FLTA

TEA

To view the details and the current openings visit the official website

 

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