University of Birmingham

The Fulbright University of Birmingham Award covers a three-to-nine month period for researching or teaching in or across any research-active department at the university.

The University of Birmingham has been challenging and developing great minds for more than a century. 

Characterised by a focus on innovation and research, the University has broken new ground and pushed forward the boundaries of knowledge. 

In the heart of the United Kingdom, the University of Birmingham is ranked among the world’s top 100 institutions.  For more than a century, research from the University has had an impact on the city, region and the world, with 11 Nobel Prize winners among many eminent alumni.  

The University of Birmingham has a long tradition of forging purposeful, innovative and collaborative research connections across the world but particularly with the United States. Extensive transatlantic faculty-to-faculty links with the US reflects our ambition to work collaboratively in pursuit of innovative, grounded and enduring solutions to some of the world’s biggest issues. 

Its extensive academic portfolio offers over 600 taught postgraduate programmes and a wealth of research opportunities.  

The University of Birmingham offers a unique experience within a truly international community. Live and work in one of the country’s most beautiful university settings, with a 250-acre leafy campus on the edge of a young, diverse and vibrant city. 

Grant amount

£3,000 per month

This funding is intended as a contribution towards US-UK travel, institutional fees, accommodation, and general maintenance costs while in the UK.

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