Information for GFSD Applicants

Muslim Women's Sex Life

There are various problems that women face in Muslim marriage such as Muslim women's sex life, sexual harassment, female infidelity, etc. and this is because in Islam it has become very rigid. The law of Islam clearly states that it is a sin for a Muslim woman to indulge in sex outside the marriage and also it is considered a big sin for a Muslim woman to become a Muslim free from her husband's sexual interest.

So, in most of the Muslim افلام سكس countries women are prohibited to enjoy their sex life outside the marriage and there are very few Muslim women who can even enjoy a proper sex life in their countries. Islamic law does not allow women to enjoy a sex life or to do anything which is not related to their husbands sexual interest.

So women in Muslim countries have to live in a very rigid environment and enjoy their own private lives. They are not allowed to go out of their houses or even to enjoy their own life.

This has been a problem which is faced by women from various cultures in the past and the same problem is faced by women in Muslim countries and the only difference is that in this case women have to live in this society. This is the only difference, which has been faced by Muslim women from other cultures. This is the main reason for the bad reputation which Muslims have.

But there are some differences that can be seen in the way that women in these countries are treated than other women in the different kind of societies. But the main reason which makes women in these countries suffer a lot is that they have to live with their husbands, children, relatives, etc. So Muslim women have to live in this environment for the rest of their life.

In other countries the women who have the freedom to have a different kind of sex life and enjoy it completely. But in Islam all women are bound together by the same kind of social customs which they cannot enjoy themselves. It is only in Muslim society that there is no freedom for women to enjoy their sex life in their own way.

The good news is that there are some changes which have been made in the society in order to make Muslim women free from all the social evils which have been created for them. But it is very difficult to take all the laws in Islam into consideration because the laws of Islam are very strict and Islamic law is not ready to let any changes into it.

So now Muslim women can enjoy their sex life in their own way and live with their افلام سكس اجنبي husbands, children and relatives and friends. But if they want to enjoy a sex life of their own then they have to live under the same social customs which are practiced in their country. This is the only way that they can enjoy their life without any hindrances.

This is the reason why the new law of Muslim women, which was introduced in America has brought a lot of negative consequences in a person. The new law has made it compulsory for every Muslim girl to wear a burka and it is also compulsory for every Muslim woman to wear a veil so that the people who do not like to see the face of women cannot see her face.

A veil is a covering which is worn by women so that nobody can see the face of a person. So, when a girl is not wearing a veil then she can enjoy her life as a normal person but if she is wearing a veil then she cannot enjoy her life because everybody can see her face.

This whole world thinks that a veil makes a girl ugly and nobody can enjoy her life. But in reality this is not the truth because a veil is an art which is worn by a woman who wants to make her life beautiful.

So the reason for the introduction of this law is the wish of the whole world that nobody can see the face of the woman and that she can enjoy her life as beautiful as a lady. This is the reason why the whole society is trying to make Muslim women free from all this bad reputation and try to get rid of all the social evils which have been created against them.


Fellowship Information

Number of Awards:
Varies yearly

Online applications open in late August and close on December 15.


Initial support may be for two or three years, or for a full six years, depending on the employer-sponsor. If the initial support is for the shorter period, it may be extended up to six years at the discretion of the employer.

The charge to the employer for each student supported is $27,000 annually, of which $20,000 is the fellow's expense allowance and $7,000 is GFSD's fee to support its operations. The charge is subject to change at the discretion of the GFSD Board of Directors.

Fields of Study:
Though the fields supported can vary annually depending on employer needs, in general GFSD covers the following: Astronomy, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Materials Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, and their subdisciplines, and related engineering fields: Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical.

Location or Type of Institution: Any participating GFSD University or College

Eligibility: GFSD welcomes applications from any qualified U.S. citizen who has the ability to pursue graduate work at a GFSD university associate. Applicants at any stage of their graduate program may apply, as long as they will be available to accept two summers of paid internship. Those who already possess a doctoral degree are ineligible.

Employers may nominate GFSD fellows directly, obviating the selection process. These fellows may enroll for either a Master's or a PhD degree.

Selection GFSD employers select fellows based the following factors, not in order:

  • Whether the applicant's field of study matches the employer's needs
  • Undergraduate and graduate course work and grades
  • Research experience at a university or in industry
  • Letters of recommendation from professors and employers. These can be decisive. The most effective letters are from persons who have supervised or observed the applicant's participation in research.
  • The GRE General tests are required; the Subject test is suggested and may be required by your university.

Using these criteria, employers review the pool of applicants and advise GFSD of which students the employer wishes to support. GFSD then makes the award.

Additional Requirements
Applicants must be accepted at a participating GFSD-member university or college and progress through a full-time study program leading to a graduate degree in the physical sciences or related engineering fields. Fellows must complete one or two summer internships, as the sponsoring employer requires. To continue in good standing, fellows must submit a transcript annually as well as any forms and information that GFSD requests. Fellows must perform satisfactorily in their summer internship and during the academic year. A fellow who switches his or her field of study to one not of interest to the sponsoring employer will likely have support terminated.

National Security Agency (NSA): Requires Fellows to pass a background investigation.

Applicant Information

Apply at the link on the home page.

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GFSD requires a minimum of three letters of recommendation from professors and employers familiar with your work in your discipline. If at all possible, at least one letter should be from someone who has observed or supervised your participation in research. Provide your recommendation forms to your recommenders as early as possible. We suggest you provide them with a narrative of what you accomplished in class or employment with accompanying grades, research results, etc.

Go to the GRE Web site or call (609) 771-7670. Request that your GRE scores be sent to GFSD at code R4417. Try your best to meet the online application deadline. Have your scores sent as soon as possible.

In addition to the required official GRE scores from ETS, we suggest that you email a copy of your score card to GFSD at This will help to ensure that GFSD has your GRE scores when the review process begins.

Prepare to Apply

You can prepare to complete the GFSD application by having at hand the following information and materials:

  • Institutions of higher education from which you have received or will receive a degree:
    Name of institution and address; dates attended, date graduated, major, overall GPA, GPA in major, and GPA Scale of Institution.
  • Employment History
    (Maximum of three professional positions):
    Dates from and to, employer's name, employer's address, supervisor's name, supervisor's title, your title, reason for leaving, and a brief description of duties. Discuss any research projects in which you participated and your role.
  • Professional or Technical References (minimum of three maximum of five):
    Begin thinking of the professors and employers who will give you a recommendation. Discuss with them the importance of a good evaluation and ask whether they will write such an evaluation for you. Once you enter your recommenders in the application they will receive an email about how to enter their recommendation.
  • Scholarships, honors and awards you have received: title, date, and from which organization
  • Publications, presentations, poster sessions, etc., created or presented by you:
    (use standard bibliography format)
  • Research Experience:
    Include on-campus research with a faculty member, summer research institutes, and other experiences outside of course work. Include a paragraph on each describing the nature of research, your role, and whether you presented or published. This is an especially important part of the application.
  • Personal statement and professional goals:
    Explain why you want to go to graduate school, what are your expectations regarding the GFSD and its mentoring support, what will be your graduate program, etc.

What Happens Next

GFSD provides the applicant database to employer members and to university members. (A university may contact you even though you have not applied to that university. If you would rather not have your name made available to universities, let GFSD know and we will remove it from that database.)

Each employer identifies the students it wishes to select and support for a fellowship. The executive director of GFSD calls those students and sends an award letter giving a specified period within which the student must confirm acceptance of the offer or decline. GFSD provides a letter to graduate departments that the student can use to inform the university that he or she has been offered a fellowship. It is up to the university whether to admit and accept the student as a GFSD Fellow, knowing the university will be responsible for tuition and fees.

If a student receives and accepts an GFSD Fellowship, it is reserved for that student until the student receives acceptance from one of the participating universities as a GFSD Fellow. A student who receives another national fellowship offer should call GFSD to discuss and compare the two programs. The student may be able to accept both by deferring one. Next, the student should discuss the offers with the advisor and graduate department.

GFSD announces the end of the recruitment season as soon as it has filled available fellowship slots. This may not occur until mid-April or later.

Note: selection of fellows is made not by GFSD, but by an employer who uses criteria in addition to academic excellence; for example, the particular research specialty and the availability of funding. Thus students who are not selected for GFSD fellowship need not feel that their academic work or research potential have necessarily been judged to be inferior to those who are selected.