Fulbright Graduate Award

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Fulbright Graduate Award

Postby jan_kwapisz » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:34 pm


I'm an international student applying to US for PhD. I was nominated for Fulbright Graduate Award which can fund my first (and possibly second year) of my potential PhD. Is it a big asset for application?

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Re: Fulbright Graduate Award

Postby IMSSEQMC » Fri Dec 07, 2018 6:26 am

It would certainly help, I don't think anyone can tell you just how big of an asset it would be though. I'd assume if you got that award though you'd stand a real likelihood of getting into the top PhD schools in the US, I don't know what your stats are though and etc.

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