Programs : Brochure
- Program Terms: Academic Year
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- Restrictions: U of A applicants only
The J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences is pleased to invite applications from superior undergraduate students of the Humanities and Classics. The scholarship is designed to support a year of study abroad with a monetary award of at least $10,000.
Applicants must be currently enrolled undergraduate students in Fulbright College at the University of Arkansas with at least sophomore standing at the time of application. Applicants should have already identified and made application for one or more approved study abroad programs in a desired country. The Office of Study Abroad & International Exchange provides assistance with this process.
The proposed program of study should also include a proposal for research on a topic related to the Classics or Humanities. These projects often formulate the scholarship recipients’ honors thesis after their return from study abroad.
Successful applicants will have an interest (but not necessarily a major) in one of the following fields: literature, history (including theatre, art, and music history), jurisprudence, philosophy, archeology, comparative languages, and those aspects of the social sciences that employ philosophical or historical approaches.
The scholarship is designed to support a year of study abroad with a monetary award of at least $10,000.
Grant recipients will be required to:
If a recipient fails to maintain a satisfactory record, or demonstrates conduct considered prejudicial to the best interest of the University of Arkansas, the award may be withdrawn and payments terminated.
Additional expectations and requirements may apply. Recipients should refer to their award letters for specific instructions.
All application materials must be submitted by February 1. Finalists will be invited to interview with the Selection Committee, and notification of selection is made by March 15.
Associate Director of Scholarships
J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences