The Fulbright Austria is offering the Fulbright Austrian Student Program for talented students in the USA.
The Austrian Fulbright Student Program provides Austrian students who have completed their first degrees and are interested in enrolling in one- or multi-year master’s programs at leading universities all over the United States with generous scholarship support.
Beneficial offer for Austrians to get a Master’s degree with financial support in the USA.
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Candidates must have completed an undergraduate degree at an accredited university or university of applied sciences, or at the time of the application, shortly before graduation.
- Application Deadline: May 1, 2020
- Course Level: The studentships are available for a masters degree programme.
- Study Subject: These include
- Business and Management (MBA and related programs)
- LLM programs
- Human and veterinary medicine and pharmacy
- Number of Awards: Not known
- Nationality: Students with Austrian citizenship
- The award can be taken in the USA
- Eligible Countries: Students with Austrian citizenship can apply for this Fulbright scholarship.
- Entrance Requirements:
- Austrian citizenship (dual citizens of Austria and the US are not eligible due to program regulations).
- Candidates must already have a degree from an accredited university or university of applied sciences or be close to completing their degree.
- The Austrian Fulbright Student Program funds master’s programs at all accredited US institutions.
- MBAs and similar programs in business, management, marketing, and finance (with the exception of not-for-profit management and social entrepreneurship, public management and administration, public affairs, and/or public policy (MPA/MPP)
- LLM programs (with the exception of constitutional law, human rights law, international public law, legal theory and philosophy, comparative law, and/or legal history)
- Medical programs, veterinarian medicine, and/or pharmacy (with the exception of public health)
- How to Apply: Applications are submitted to four US institutions via the Institute of International Education in fall 2020.
- TOEFL and GRE test results must be submitted
- Tuition and maintenance grant of up to $25,000 for one-year programs or up to $35,000 for multi-year programs
- Travel and relocation allowance of up €2,000
- Enrollment in the Department of State’s Accident and Sickness Program for Exchanges (ASPE)
- Negotiation of (partial) tuition waivers or additional financial support conducted with the relevant US institution by IIE.
- Coaching and administrative support during the application phase, which increases the probability of acceptance to a US institution.
- Vouchers for GRE and TOEFL examinations after admission to the Fulbright Program
- J1 visa (exchange visitor) requires grantees to return to their home country for at least two years after the completion of their studies before they can apply for a residence or work permit.
- Pre-academic training in the US (occasionally) and/or participation in “enrichment seminars” in the course of one’s stay.