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first_imgThe United States Embassy in Suva is pleased to invite applications from resident nationals of Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga and Tuvalu for the J. William Fulbright Foreign Student Program Scholarships for academic year 2020-2021. The Fulbright Program brings citizens of other countries to the United States for graduate study and/or research at U.S. universities or other appropriate institutions.In order to participate in the program, applicants must have completed undergraduate education and hold a degree equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree. Successful candidates receive up to three years of graduate-level studies at some of the finest higher learning institutions in the United States.Further information on the Program can be found at the Fulbright Foreign Student Program website.Applications for study in the following fields are open to those individuals interested in pursuing a Master’s degree at a US-based affiliated academic institution:Communications/JournalismEconomic Development/Finance and BankingEducational Administration, Planning and PolicyHIV/AIDS Policy and PreventionHuman RightsNatural Resources/Environmental Policy/Climate ChangePublic Health Policy and ManagementPublic Policy Analysis and Public AdministrationTrafficking in Persons, Policy and PreventionInternational RelationsFor any inquiries, please send your correspondence marked “Fulbright Foreign Student Program” to:Email: [email protected] ; orFor telephone queries:  00 679 3314466 ext 8152The post J. William Fulbright Foreign Student Program [Deadline: April 30, 2019] appeared first on Discover the South Pacific.Source: Bloglast_img read more