Fulbright Awards For Israelis
Yes. While applicants who have had a previous U.S. experience may receive awards, preference will be given to applicants without such experience.
Yes, if you meet the eligibility requirements of each of the programs to which you apply. However, you may receive only one Fulbright Fellowship at any given point in time.
No. Only Israeli citizens are eligible to apply. Israeli citizens holding citizenship of another country other than the U.S. in addition to Israel are eligible to apply.
No. Fulbright awards are granted to applicants who have not commenced their programs in the U.S.
Yes, if you intend to carry out research in the United States, which will not involve you in clinical contact with patients. Post-doctoral Fellowships are not available to support clinical internships.
No. Fulbright awards are for study/research in the United States only.
Fulbright grants are not awarded for these purposes.
Fulbright grants are not available for undergraduate studies in the U.S. USIEF offers a Master’s degree program, which is open to candidates in all disciplines, except business administration and, architecture, art and fields in which clinical contact with patients is required.
You should read the Instructions and Information and submit your Application Form using the Applications Embark online system. Applications which are not submitted online cannot be considered.
Unless otherwise noted, Fulbright awards are offered to candidates in all academic disciplines, except where specified and for those intending to take part in programs which involve clinical activities on the part of the the Fellow him/herself.