Education in the U.S.
Launched in 2017, the Fulbright-Hovnanian Program is a partnership between the U.S. State Department and the H. Hovnanian Family Foundation and invests in students seeking a Master’s degree in STEM+E studies in the United States. Although the candidates will be focusing their studies in very different areas of specialty, they all share a common objective—to return to Armenia and reinvest their newly acquired knowledge and experiences toward a stronger future of their country.
The program’s overarching goal is to strengthen the technology and entrepreneurship skills of program participants, who are selected not only on the basis of their academic performance but also on their vision and a keen interest in making a beneficial, ripple-effect impact in the country upon their return. It is not only about top-quality education, but also exposure to and exchange of multi-cultural values and experiences and networking opportunities, which all lead to broader horizons and critical thinking. The Foundation is committed to expanding the number of quality candidates we send to the U.S. for their post-grad education and welcomes all interested in the possibility to visit the U.S. Embassy in Armenia website to learn more about eligibility requirements and application procedures.
The application deadline is May 23, 2022 for the school year 2023-2024.
Please note: The Fulbright-Hovnanian Scholarship Program is ONLY for citizens and residents of Armenia.
H. Hovnanian Family Foundation also provides educational scholarships for education in the USA at the following universities:
Villanova University: https://www1.villanova.edu/university/undergraduate-admission/Financial-Assistance-and-scholarship/merit-based-scholarships.html
Georgian Court College: https://catalog.georgian.edu/undergraduate/financial-information/scholarships-awards/
Ocean County College: https://ocean.academicworks.com/