The Fulbright Program is the world's best known and most prominent symbol of international education. The program's awards are based on the principles of open competition and individual merit without regard to the recipient's institutional affiliation, geographical location, race, color or creed.
KAEC is pleased to announce its annual competition for Fulbright awards. Over 290 awards (including new and renewal) will be made to Koreans and Americans this year for graduate study, lecturing, research, English teaching, American Studies Institutes, or international education. Applicants for these awards must be citizens of either the Republic of Korea or the United States, as appropriate, at the time of application.
Purposes of applying for American and Korean studies are to acquire degrees in gradute studies, do researches and provide lecturing subjects in academic fields related with U.S. and Korea. Research plans for comparative studies of both countries are also applicable. The purpose of support in academic areas of natural sciences/life sciens/engineering fields is to contribute to academic development and to acquire degrees in those areas.
Project Areas: Amiercan Studies, Korean Studies, Natural Science/Life Sciences/Engineering
All of the awards and conditions announced are subject to the availability of budgetary appropriations from the governments of the United States of America and the Republic of Korea.
The Fulbright Forums serve as periodic gatherings for the Fulbright family at large, including past and present grantees and friends of the Korean-American Educational Commission. During these forums, Senior Scholars or Junior Researchers are able to present on their research and/or experiences in Korea. A light reception typically follows the presentation.