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The Fulbright Commission has operated in Iceland since 1957, in accordance with a bilateral agreement between Iceland and the US.

The Commission‘s goal is to foster cultural understanding and cooperation between the two countries in education, research and art, through the prestigious Fulbright grant program and an EducationUSA advising center. Please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Students to the United States

Information on applications for Fulbright student scholarships, Cobb Family Fellowship Award and Frank Boas Award.
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Scholars to the United States

Information on Fulbright scholar grants for Icelandic scholars planning on conducting a research in the US.
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Scholars to Iceland

Information on how Icelandic universities departments can request a Fulbright scholar to teach in Iceland.
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To Iceland

This section of the website is intended for US Fulbrighters and contains important information on how to get to Iceland, residence permit etc.
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Good attendance at meeting with Fulbright specialist Dr. Nicole Dubus on welcoming refugees

‪Fulbright specialist, Dr. Nicole Dubus, gave an open talk on Best practices for successfully welcoming and integrating refugees into local communities, on Friday November 27 at the National Museum of Iceland. The event was organised by the Ministry of Welfare, the Fulbright Commission, RBF and MARK. Discussions took place after the talk, where Dr. Dubus answered questions from guests. Attendance was good, as around 50 guests came to the meeting.
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