non-Fulbright program of the U.S.
Embassy in Thailand provides one semester
(five months) or one academic year (ten months)
scholarships to outstanding undergraduate
students from underrepresented sectors
in certain regions of the world for non-degree
full-time study combined with community service,
internships and cultural enrichment.
Up to eight grants are offered.
Each includes all related expenses with additional
2-4 week English training.
Fulbright Thailand will process the applications,
organize an interview, and submit the candidate
short list on behalf of the U.S. Embassy.
The U.S. Embassy will arrange for ITP TOEFL test.
Results will be posted on Fulbright Thailand’s
website and forwarded to the Bureau of Educational
and Cultural Affairs (ECA) for final selection.
Fulbright Thailand will notify the successful candidates
and the U.S. Embassy will arrange for their travel
to the U.S.
- Be a Thai citizen in good health with no more
than 24 years of age
- Be an undergraduate student who have
already completed the first academic year program
and have at least one academic semester
following the completion of the grant
- Be affiliated with one of the provincial
universities with an American Corner or close
- Have at least TOEFL score of 173 (computer-based)
or 61 (iBT)
- Have no or limited experience abroad
- Have good academic record with distinct leadership
skill and active involvement in extracurricular
- Have an approval for a leave of absence from
the home institution
- Final decision is made by ECA
- Credits gained cannot be transferred to home