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2022-2023 Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowships for Outstanding Indians

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted April 2, 2021 from Brazil
Expires on May 16, 2021
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United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) is pleased to launch the 2022-2023 Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellowships, it is designed for outstanding Indians to pursue a master’s degree program at select U.S. colleges and universities.

These fellowships are for highly motivated individuals who demonstrate leadership qualities, have completed the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree, have at least three years of professional work experience, and are committed to return and contribute to their communities.

The fellowships are for one to two years.

The fellowship will provide the following benefits:
• J-1 visa support;
• Round-trip economy class air travel from fellow’s home city to the host institution in the U.S.;
• Funding for tuition and fees, living and related costs; and
• Accident and sickness coverage per U.S. Government guidelines.

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In addition to the General Prerequisites, the applicants:
1. Must have completed an equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree from a recognized Indian university with at least 55% marks.
2. Must either possess a four-year bachelor’s degree or a completed master’s degree; or a full-time postgraduate diploma from a recognized Indian institution if the bachelor’s degree is of less than four years’ duration;
3. Must have at least three years’ full-time (paid) professional work experience relevant to the proposed field of study by the application deadline;
4. Should demonstrate experience in leadership and community service;
5. Must not have another degree from a U.S. university or be enrolled in a U.S. degree program; and
6. If employed, should follow the instructions carefully regarding the employer’s endorsement.

Applications are invited on the following fields only:
a) Arts and Culture Management including Heritage Conservation and Museum Studies;
b) Economics;
c) Environmental Science / Studies;
d) Higher Education Administration;
e) International Affairs;
f) International Legal Studies;
g) Journalism and Mass Communication;
h) Public Administration;
i) Public Health;
j) Urban and Regional Planning;
k) Women’s Studies/Gender Studies.

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Ana Isabel Paraguay
Apr 02
Apr 02

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Jill Langhus
Apr 03
Apr 03

Thanks, Ana! Sounds great.

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Apr 03
Apr 03

Happy Easter!

Jill Langhus
Apr 05
Apr 05

Hope you had a good one! XX