Tuition and Aid
You can be a Fulbrighter with
our Financial Aid
We believe your background shouldn’t be a barrier to Fulbright. That’s why we offer a comprehensive financial aid program that can cover part or all of your tuition costs, depending on need.
Our scholarships open the door to
With 10+ unique scholarships offerings, you’ll have a chance to receive dedicated financial assistance throughout your Fulbright journey.
Make a commitment to your future
At Fulbright, you’ll be investing in an education that will deliver a lifetime of opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions regarding the Tuition, Scholarships & Financial Aid can be accessed on the FAQ page.
What scholarship opportunities are available to students?
Fulbright applicants have the opportunity to apply for the following scholarships:
- President’s Scholarship
- Nguyễn-Phương Family Scholarship (1 scholarship)
- Nguyễn Tùng Lâm Scholarship (1 scholarship)
- Liberico Scholarship (1 scholarship)
- IDP Scholarship (10 scholarships)
- Bright Futures Scholarship
- Wheel Cards Scholarship
- Vietcombank – Fulbright Scholarship
- CNCF – Fulbright Scholarship
Additionally, Fulbright extends scholarship programs to current students, including:
- Community Change-Maker Scholarship (02 scholarships for second and third year students)
- TPBank STEM Scholarship (05 scholarships for third and fourth year students in STEM fields).
What does the Financial Assistance Program cover?
Fulbright’s Financial Aid covers full or partial tuition fee for all 4 year of a student’s time at the University and full or partial housing fee in the first two years (in case the student opts for living in residence). If students wish to live in residence for the last two years, they can request for consideration but their request is not guaranteed to be accepted.
What kind of documents should I submit for Fulbright’s Financial Aid Application?
You need to submit proof of your familiy’s sources of income, assets and expenses as instructed in the financial aid application. Supporting documents might include but are not alimited to payslips, employment contracts, savings books, bank statements, certificates of land ownership, etc. Please note that the types of document you need to submit depend on your family’s financial circumstances.