Fulbright Finland Grant Programs
Grants awarded by the Finnish Fulbright Center to the U.S. are for Finnish citizens except the Fulbright Finland Travel Grants for Research Collaboration which has no citizenship requirement. If you wish to apply for the Fulbright program to the U.S. and you are not a Finnish citizen, please find information on further Fulbright opportunities by contacting the Fulbright Commission or U.S. Embassy in the country of your citizenship. Please see the U.S. State Department website for country specific information on the Fulbright program.
Fulbright Finland grant program offer Finnish and American students, scholars, teachers, and professionals unique possibilities to carry out study and research projects. The purpose of the Fulbright Finland grant programs is to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of Finland and the United States by means of educational and cultural exchange, and to promote international cooperation for educational and cultural advancement. The Fulbright grantees are cultural ambassadors and future changemakers whose projects have potential for a large impact while building bridges between United States and Finland.
In addition to the grant stipend, grantees are offered a substantial package of additional services and benefits, including a free suplementary accident and sickness benefit, personal advising services and training sessions before departure to the United States or after arrival to Finland, as well as access to seminars and events organized by the Fulbright program during the grantee's grant period.
The majority of the funding of the grants for Americans comes from Finnish universities, foundations and other partners in Finland. Please see further information on the Fulbright Finland program and its annual activities here.