2008 Fulbright/USAID Fellowship Student Competition

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2008 Fulbright/USAID Fellowship Student Competition
Application Deadline:
May 21, 2007

This program will fund up to two years of graduate study in
United States for a Master’s degree program. Successful candidates

will begin their program of study in the fall of 2008. In addition to

academic work, persons selected are expected to share information
Pakistani life and culture with their U.S. colleagues and with
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

All disciplines are welcome to apply, with the exception of
medical fields. Priority will be given to the pure and applied

sciences, agriculture, health, economics, teaching of English,
and fields related to economic development. The grant funds
required textbooks, airfare, a living stipend, and health
insurance. USEFP
will assist with the visa application process.

Successful applicants must
be committed to serving Pakistan. It is
highly desirable that candidates
have work experience in teaching,
research, or the public sector in
Pakistan. They must be Pakistani
citizens with a strong academic history and
either a four-year
Bachelor’s degree or a Bachelor’s and Master’s totaling
16 years of
formal education from an accredited university. Recent graduates
strongly encouraged to apply. Successful candidates should be poised

to assume a leadership position in their field.

Employees and their
spouses, fiancés, siblings, children and parents
of the Fulbright
organization, the U.S. Department of State, or USAID
are also

Please note that GRE and TOEFL scores must be submitted along
the application. For applicants who are taking the GRE and TOEFL

after the application deadline, proof of registration must be
with your application and scores must be received by July
30, 2007.
Applicants will not be considered until both TOEFL and GRE
scores are
received with some preference to persons getting their
scores and
applications in early. Applicants must possess a high
level of fluency in
spoken and written English. The minimum iBT TOEFL
score required is 90. On
the GRE, a minimum score of 300 is required
on each section of the
examination, with a higher score on the
section most applicable to the
applicant’s field of study.

You may apply to both the masters and Ph.D.
program, as a continued
Masters leading to Ph.D. USEFP reserves the right to
award grants in
the program it considers most appropriate.

application materials (original and one copy), including
references, must be
received by USEFP by 4:30 p.m. on May 21, 2007.

To download the forms

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