Fulbright Awards For Israelis
Yes. Most applicants have not been accepted at universities at the time of application. If you are interviewed and are successful, you will be offered an award on condition that you are accepted at an accredited institution in the United States.
Yes, recipients of other grants are eligible for Fulbright awards. Applicants, however, are encouraged to check with their U.S. universities/institutions/or other grant sources to ascertain if the Fulbright award will be deducted from their funding.
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. 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.
Most successful candidates are normally in the top tier o tier respective classes and fields. In the post-doctoral program, no minimum grade point average is fixed by the Foundation. However, there are many applicants for each fellowship available, and thus candidates who do not have high averages may be at a disadvantage.
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.