The Fulbright Awards Program offers scholarships for academic research and/or lecturing in all disciplines at various educational, cultural and research organizations in Greece.
Fulbright is much more than a scholarship. We offer grantees the opportunity to have a transformative cultural and academic experience and provide unrivalled support both during and after their Fulbright year. Receiving a Fulbright Award opens many doors and provides global networking opportunities.
Fulbright grants are awarded in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Business and Finance, Science, Technology, Environmental Sciences, Education, Media and Government.
Fulbright grants for US citizens are offered every academic year. Please refer to the respective grant category to obtain application information and further details.
Tentative application cycles per program are listed below:
Graduate Students March 31 (opens) – October 11 (deadline)
US Scholars - Core Fulbright Scholar Program February 1 (opens) – August 1 (deadline)
Intercountry Lecturing Awards Year-round
Fulbright Specialist Program Year-round
Greece Summer Classics Program Two separate applications required. One with the American Councils for International Education (early January deadline); the other with the American School of Classical Studies (mid-January deadline)