US Fulbright scholarship program for Pakistani students

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US Fulbright scholarship program for Pakistani students

Students who are interested in applying for the prestigious Fulbright Student Program 2024 are encouraged to do so by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP).

According to a press release issued on Thursday, the Fulbright Program in Pakistan is the largest in the world in terms of financial contribution, and it is funded by the United States.

Applications related to energy, water, agriculture, health, education, environmental science, and climate change are all welcome. Applications related to non-clinical public health are encouraged, while clinical medicine is not covered by the Fulbright Program.

Before the deadline on February 28, 2024, interested candidates may apply at Air travel, maintenance, insurance, graduate studies, and tuition are all funded by the top academic exchange program.

A minimum score of 145 in both the verbal and quantitative portions of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is mandatory for all applicants. The Duolingo English Test will be needed for the shortlisted candidates.

US Ambassador Donald Blome highlighted the impact of the Fulbright Program in Pakistan, saying that “Pakistani Fulbrighters have done so much more—they have written new laws, solved social problems, and advanced policies to ensure equal access and voices to all.”

Their ultimate goal is to build a more successful, safer, and better Pakistan. Pakistan and the unified States are unified for this purpose.

Since 2005, around 3,000 Pakistani students have benefited from completely funded graduate study scholarships through the Fulbright Program.

After finishing their studies and research, these winners are using their knowledge and experience to make important contributions to the public and private sectors.

USEFP Executive Director Rita Akhtar invites gifted students and working professionals to apply in a message to prospective candidates.

We especially like to support applicants from underserved areas and public universities. The Fulbright program is merit-based, but in determining merit, the program takes into account both achievements and the difficulties applicants have had to overcome.

“Building human capacity in Pakistan is one of the program’s goals, so successful applicants plan to return to Pakistan after completing their degrees and use their newfound knowledge and skills for the country’s benefit.”

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