The New School
The Fulbright Postgraduate Student Award at The New School enables a British graduate to pursue a master's degree in any discipline available at the institution.
The New School in New York City is a progressive urban university where the walls between disciplines are dissolved, so that journalists can collaborate with designers, architects with social researchers, media specialists with activists, poets with musicians.
In 1919, a few great minds imagined a university that would rethink the purpose of higher learning. Since then, The New School has become a distinct university comprised of a world-famous design school, a premier liberal arts college, a renowned performing arts school, a legendary social research school, and other advanced degree programmes, created to challenge and support freethinkers who want to change the world.
Students from around the world come to Greenwich Village and The New School to participate in an intellectual life of critical analysis and experimentation.
Applicants to this award are encouraged to consider graduate programmes offered at each of the New School’s four schools:
- Waive all tuition and university fees
- $2,000 per month stipend for the 9 month academic year for the duration of the academic programme.
This applies to all one and two-year programmes and is intended as a contribution towards general maintenance costs in the USA.
For more information about making an application, visit our How to Apply page.