Fulbright Scholarship Recipients
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering is proud to partner with the Institute of International Education (IIE) to host Fulbright scholars in its Master's and PhD programs. To date, we have welcomed Fulbright scholars from many countries around the world, including Argentina, Mexico, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Romania, Thailand, and Turkey.
If you received a Fulbright scholarship to pursue a Master's of Science program in the U.S., you qualify for additional funding from the Viterbi School. Awards can range from $7,500 - $20,000 in tuition remission for graduate-level coursework. To be considered, please send a copy of your scholarship letter and your placement officer's contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org after you are formally admitted to USC.
If you are receiving a Fulbright sponsorship for PhD studies, the Viterbi School will work closely with Fulbright to provide additional funding from your academic department in the form of a research or teaching assistantship. Please contact Andy Chen, Director, Doctoral Programs, at email@example.com with any questions regarding our PhD programs.
Please contact Assistant Dean, Graduate Admissions, Camillia Lee for more information about USC Viterbi’s standard agreement with IIE and other possibilities for collaboration.
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Meet our Fulbright Students
Lily Lau Hou
Masters in Biomedical
Masters in Computer Science -
PhD in Electrical Engineering
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Published on April 29th, 2019
Last updated on September 14th, 2021