The Binational Fulbright Commission in Egypt was established in 1949, and is the oldest and largest in the Arab World.
Since 1949 nearly 5,000 scholars have been American Fulbrighters in Egypt or Egyptian Fulbrighters in the United States. Now its sixth decade of operation, the Commission pursues an unchanged mandate: to cultivate mutual understanding by nourishing mutual educational exchange. And to do it one Fulbrighter at a time, so that every Fulbrighter is better prepared to pursue what Senator J. William Fulbright called the “essence of intercultural education: empathy, the ability to see the world as others see it, and to allow for the possibility that others see it, and to allow for the possibility that others may see something we have failed to see…
1- Fulbright Egyptian Student Program - Master's Degree and Non-Degree, Ph.D. Non Degree, and Fine and Applied Arts Grants
2- Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program - A professional non-degree for English Language Teachers or Graduates. Other fields included are Mass Communication & Journalism, American Studies, and American and English Literature
1- Fulbright Egyptian Scholar Program". 3-9 month grants for Post-Doctorate Research in the U.S. in all fields except medical research including clinical studies.
2- Scholar in Residence Program": teaching grant opportunities in interdisciplinary programs
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