Apply now for the Fulbright Scholarship in USA 2019. This scholarship program is intended for a maximum of a 4-year full-time study towards a PhD degree in Conflict Resolution and its practical applications in a variety of academic disciplines, such as (but not limited to) Political Science, International Relations, the Social Sciences, Public Administration, Civic Education, Law, Sociology, Religious Studies, Government, Anthropology, or Refugee Studies. Also, Fulbright Visiting Students enter the United States on Exchange Visitor (J-1) visa under a Department of State program and are subject to the two-year home residency requirement associated with the (J-1) visa. Further, All grantees are obligated to return to Jordan upon completion of their studies.
Moreover, In 1999, the Binational Fulbright Commission in Jordan established the King Hussein Memorial Fulbright Scholarship Program in Conflict Resolution Studies in recognition of His Late Majesty’s significant contributions as a peacemaker.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Political Science
- International Relations
- Social Sciences
- Public Administration
- Civic Education
- Religious Studies
- Government Studies
- Anthropology Studies
- Refugee Studies
- health insurance,
- room and board
- Firstly, be a Jordanian citizen residing, living, working or studying in Jordan.
- hold a Master’s degree in one of the disciplines mentioned above, from a university recognized by the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
- Further, have transcripts that demonstrate consistent academic performance suitable for graduate-level study in the U.S.
- Then, have 2 to 3 years of related professional or academic experience.
- GRE score report which qualifies you for graduate study in the United States.
- Further, be representative and responsible citizens who can contribute to mutual understanding between the people of the United States and Jordan.
- demonstrate the cross-cultural sensitivity and also, flexibility needed to adjust successfully to life in the United States.
NOTE: However, you aren’t eligible if:
- currently, study, reside or work in the U.S. or abroad.
- Also, You apply for or hold permanent residence in the United States.
- a citizen of both Jordan and the United States