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US Fulbright Scholarship Program Open to Pakistani Students

US Fulbright Scholarship Program Open to Pakistani Students


the highly regarded the Fulbright program student program 2024 is now accepting applications, according to the the Americans Educational the Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP). Regarding the amount of financial contribution, this US government-funded program is reputed to be the biggest worldwide.

Pakistani students can take advantage of these opportunities in a range of fields, such as environmental science, water, energy, health, agriculture, as well as climate change. Specifically, not clinical health care uses are particularly encouraged, but the clinic uses for medicines are eliminated.

The deadline for applications is February 28, 2024, and interested parties may submit them at www.usefp.org, the official website. The Fulbright program offers graduate study, education, upkeep, insurance coverage, as well as air travel, among other comprehensive benefits.

Candidates must pass the Graduate Record Examination, also known as the GRE, and receive a minimum score of 145 on both the verbal as well as numerical sections in order to be eligible. The Duolingo English Test will also be used to assess the shortlisted candidates.

The United States Ambassador Donald Blome highlighted that the Fulbright Program has had a major impact in Pakistan. He emphasized that prior Pakistani Fulbright scholars had made significant contributions to the development of new laws, policies, and strategies to guarantee equal opportunity as well as illustration for all.

the ambassador Blome underlined that the creation of a better, safer, as well as more prosperous Pakistan is the single objective of these contributions. He underlined how Pakistan as well as the USA are united behind this shared objective.

This Fulbright’s Program has given full financial aid for graduate school to almost 3,000 Pakistani students since 2005. After completing their studies and research, these academics are using their knowledge and abilities to actively contribute to both the public as well as private sectors.

In an email to potential candidates, USEFP executive director She Akhtar exhorts gifted learners as well as employed individuals to give application a serious thought.

He specifically underlined the program’s foundational elements while taking into account the difficulties and setbacks that the applicants had to overcome in addition to their accomplishments.

Establishing human resources in Pakistan is one of the main objectives of the Fulbright Program, as Akhtar pointed out. He mentioned that after receiving their degrees, successful applicants are supposed to return to Pakistan and use their newly acquired knowledge and abilities to advance the nation.

Further highlighting the program’s goal of inclusivity as well as capacity building across backgrounds, Akhtar also expressed an extracurricular interest in urging uses to candidates in underserved areas as well as public universities.