Application for study in the United States
Fellowship applications are conducted through bi-national selection committees sponsored by Fulbright Commissions/Foundations or by the Cultural Affairs Office of the United States Embassy in the applicant’s home country. All documents are sent to the Institute of International Education (IIE) in the United States.
IIE is a private non-profit organization that administers the student portion of the Fulbright Program. IIE helps students with enrollment, visas, insurance and transportation. IIE also aids students with obtaining grants to supplement the Fulbright stipend from many different foundations and organizations, of which the Delta Kappa Gamma World Fellowship Program is one.
Annually the IIE staff reviews successful international candidates and forwards applications for those who meet the criteria for Delta Kappa Gamma fellowships. From these, the World Fellowship Committee selects recipients for Society grants.
Application for study in Canada
In Canada, recipients may attend the universities of Alberta, Calgary, Windsor, Toronto, Ontario, Manitoba, McGill, Regina, Queens University and Brandon University. The screening process in Canada is administered by members of World Fellowship committees in Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Application forms are submitted to the international World Fellowship Committee for evaluation and ranking. Students in Canada may secure application forms from the World Fellowship Committee chair in each participating province.