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The Fulbright Program is the United States government's premier provider of funding for international research.  Since it's founding in 1964, the Fulbright Scholar Program has sent over 360,000 participants worldwide, with nearly 8000 grants awarded annually today. Santa Clara University has the honor of being a "Top Producer" of scholarship winners, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.  

Fulbright for Faculty and Staff

SCU faculty and staff may pursue prestigious Fulbright grants for global teaching and research abroad.  Learn more about the program from SCU faculty who have received the grants previously or explore opportunities.  


Overview of the Fulbright Program

Fulbright Scholar Connect Videos

Browse Awards Catalog

Resources for Applicants

Office of Fellowships provides information on undergraduate student and alumni Fulbright participation and opportunities.

Highlighted Funding Opportunities

Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award

Hauts-de-France region research grants

The Hauts-de-France region welcomes candidates in the hard and social sciences as well as the humanities, including Planet, Health and Intelligence issues. The priority areas for the region are multidisciplinary projects including humanities and involving crosscutting fields in the following : Biology and Health; Food; Physics, Chemistry and Materials sciences; Math and Computer science; Energy, Transport (rail and new cars); Digital, Image and Cognitive science.