Fulbright Sample Application – Completed

Find out about all the prompts and essays required in this Fulbright Scholarship sample application.

The Fulbright Scholarship is one of the most prestigious scholarships for Masters and PhD studies in the United States. The application is now open for all Pakistani citizens and the deadline is set for 13th May 2020. Here’s a Fulbright sample application to give you a feel of what is asked in a Fulbright application.

Applying for the Fulbright Scholarship is a very lengthy process and demands dedicated time as well as energy. The application itself is nearly 20 pages long and very detailed. In my experience, the students that go through the application for the first time have several questions in their minds and confront a plethora of relatively confusing queries.

To make the process easier for the majority of the applicants, I have included in this post a fully filled out Fulbright application as a sample. It is a downloadable PDF format and is for information purposes only. Please be mindful of the fact that you are not supposed to reproduce any theoretical part of the application. This sample is being shared for a clearer perspective on how to go about filling in the application and what sort of information should you have in hand before you sit down to go through the process.

Several parts of the application have been redacted to conceal sensitive and personal information of the applicant but that should not cause any hindrance in understanding how the application needs to be filled out.

For a more detailed review of the steps you need to take before you fill out the application, please read the post on Fulbright Application Steps for beginners.

To download the sample application, here’s the link:

Disclaimer about Fulbright Sample Application

Please note that the application is provided for guidance purposes only. Any copying from the application will be regarded as plagiarism. USEFP and Fulbright commission takes plagiarism very seriously and any applicant using plagiarised content in his/her application may be disqualified by the USEFP.

Wish you all the best in this endeavour.


Muhammad Sarwar

Muhammad Sarwar is an Electrical Engineer by profession and a blogger by passion. He loves to teach and share knowledge. He's a Fulbright scholarship awardee. He reads books, play games, blogs and program in his spare time.

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