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Study in the US with a Fulbright Scholarship

Study in the United States with a Fulbright Scholarship

Fulbright New Zealand invites applications for its range of prestigious scholarships for postgraduate study and research in the United States of America. Fulbright Graduate Awards offer New Zealand university students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain world class qualifications, explore the United States, share their culture and make friends from around the world. Awards are available for study or research in any field of study and at any institution.

Fulbright New Zealand recently awarded its 2008 Graduate Awards to 27 students from around the country who will study and research topics as diverse as cetacean genetics, wireless communications technology, aircraft systems engineering, musical theatre composition, textiles conservation and terrorism. (See the attached Grantees Booklet for examples)

Applications for 2009 Fulbright New Zealand Graduate Awards close 1 August 2008.


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