For academic year 2020–2021, the Fulbright Foundation awarded 62 scholarships—32 to Greek citizens and 30 to U.S. citizens—continuing a 72-year tradition of excellence.
Our toughest job, of course, is selecting our grantees. Fulbright appoints committees based in the U.S. and in Greece to conduct the selection process. This year, as every year, grantees were chosen after rigorous review from a large pool of extremely qualified candidates encompassing a diverse range of academic interests.
Fulbright Greece is and always has been committed to fairness, equity, and inclusion and celebrates the academic and professional achievements of our diverse family of Fulbrighters in the United States and Greece.