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Fulbright Awards

The US-UK Fulbright Commission was set up in 1948 to foster cultural understanding and education ‎exchange between both countries. The Fulbright Awards Programme offers a wide range of ‎opportunities for US citizens to study in the UK.‎

About Fulbright Awards

Fulbright Postgraduate Student Awards are fully funded scholarships for students who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree in the ‎UK in any subject. There are a variety of partnership awards for study at particular UK institutions ‎plus a small number of open awards tenable at any UK institution. ‎

Find out more about the UK Postgraduate student awards.‎

Fulbright – Southampton Award

The University of Southampton offers one award for a one year masters degree in any subject.  This scholarship covers full tuition fees and a monthly stipend.

Our most recent scholars have studied Social Archaeology, 18th Century Studies, Gerontology and Oceanography.  To see the full range of masters programmes we offer, see our current postgraduate taught courses listing.

Read the profiles of some of our current and recent scholars here.‎

How to apply

To apply for a Fulbright Postgraduate Student Award you need to:‎

Please visit the US Fulbright website for more information about the application process and the application deadline.

Further information

US-UK Fulbright Commission

International Voices blog

Every year, the University of Southampton welcomes a number of scholars from a variety of scholarship schemes. You can read about their experiences in Southampton on our International Voices blog.

Contact us

If you would like any guidance on studying at Southampton as a Fulbright Scholar, we would be very happy to help answer any questions you may have.  Please get in touch with us directly at 

Alternatively our  staff regularly visit many countries worldwide. To meet one of our representatives in your ‎country, see our current schedule of events.

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