Scholarship for Mexican professionals for specialized studies in the US available


The selected ones will be able to make a working stay in a US organization for 10 months while attending courses, seminars, workshops, and conferences.

The Fulbright-García Robles scholarship launched a support program for Mexicans who want to specialize with courses, seminars, workshops, and conferences taught in the United States, in disciplines such as Environment and Sustainability, Education, Public Health, Human Rights and Journalism. With this support, professionals can also make a working stay in an American Union organization for 10 months. Those selected can also take an intensive English course for up to nine months.

The beneficiaries of the Hubert H. Humphrey program obtain the expenses paid by plane, medical insurance, tuition from the university, help to buy books and a laptop, as well as a monthly payment, according to the cost of living of each place.

Applicants have until July 31 to register to travel in the summer of 2020.


Have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in any of the areas for which the scholarship applies.

Have at least 5 years of professional experience (verifiable).

Little or no experience in the United States.

To have participated in the public service to the community.

Have TOEFL scores of 500 points minimum for ITP or 61 points minimum for iBT


1. Fill out the application at: .

2. Attach the bachelor’s and master’s degree, as well as the TOEFL test results.

3. Presents two letters of recommendation in English, one from an employer and the other academic or professional.


Related to Sustainable Development

Agricultural and Rural Development

Economic Development

Finance and Banking

Natural Resources, Environmental Policies, and Climate Change

Urban and Regional Planning

Linked with the Construction of Democratic Institutions

Communications and Journalism

Law and Human Rights

Analysis of Public Policies and Public Administration

Public Policies and Prevention of Trafficking in Persons Public

Policies and Technology Administration

Human resources management

Related to Education

Administration, Planning and Educational Policies

Higher Education Administration

Teaching English as a Second Language – Teacher Training or Curriculum Development

Linked with Public Health

Administration and Policies in Public Health

Policies and Prevention of HIV / AIDS

Education, Treatment, and Prevention of Addictions

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Source: Fulbright-García Robles scholarship , viveusa

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