Tuesday 27th October 2020:
The 2021-2022 Fulbright Irish Awards application deadline is nearing. Completed applications, including the 3 references, must be submitted online by 2nd November at 4pm.
A hardcopy of the full application must also be submitted. Post-marks must be November 2nd or before. Alternatively, you can hand deliver it to Clifton House. A letter-box is provided outside the building (see below for visual aide).
Due to the current restrictions there are now two ways that the required two hard copies of your Fulbright application can be delivered, the offices will not be open.
Post the applications, final eligible postmark is November 2nd 2020.
Awards Manager, Fulbright Commission, C/O Clifton House, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin 2, D02 XT91
Hand deliver only into the post-box outside the address, this black box is to the left of the glass door.
Awards Manager, Fulbright Commission, Clifton House, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin 2, D02 XT91
Please also note that applications should be signed by typing your name (not by signing it in pen). This part of the application can be found in the certification section of the application.
If you are applying for a sponsored award please complete a sponsored award form.
These Awards provide opportunities for passionate Irish and EU students, scholars and professionals to undertake programmes and collaborate with experts at a U.S. institution or organisation of their choice, from August 2021-August 2022.
The Fulbright Commission in Ireland’s mission is to fortify Irish and American collaboration through exchanges of talent, knowledge and scholarship. Global Fulbright Alumni have achieved distinction in many fields, and include 60 Nobel Prize recipients, 88 Pulitzer Prize winners, and 37 who have served as a head of state or government.
With an emphasis on cultural immersion and building long-term academic and professional connections, the Fulbright programme selects excellent candidates from all over Ireland to work with top U.S. Institutions.
The Awards are open to all disciplines and backgrounds. The Fulbright Commission in Ireland partners with local and international agencies to offer additional funding in the areas of Culture and Heritage, Health, Geoscience, Agriculture, Environmental Protection, Business Innovation, Law, Cybersecurity and Irish language.
Successful candidates receive a monetary stipend, travel costs, accident and emergency insurance, visa administration, cultural and professional programming, and introduction to a vast international professional and academic network.