Fulbright U.S. Student Program
He who never leaves his country is full of prejudices. ~ Carlo Goldoni
The Fulbright program provides an unparalleled opportunity to teach, study and conduct research in 155 countries worldwide.
The scope of the Fulbright as envisioned by Senator Fulbright, is
- to promote mutual understanding through a commitment to the free flow of ideas and people across National boundaries.
- to expand, through this understanding, the boundaries of human wisdom, empathy and perception.
- through cooperation in constructive activities among people of different nations, to create true and lasting world peace.
Types of grants
- Current juniors (graduating 2014), seniors, recent graduates, current graduate students, or alumni
- US Citizenship required.
- English Teaching Assistantships (ETA): recipients assist in the teaching of English and a complementary project.
- Full Grants: students may 1) conduct research, whether in an academic or institutional setting 2) pursue study with a complementary project. Recipients will need a host country affiliation with the institution or organization.
- Candidates need to develop an independent program proposal and secure an in-country affiliation.
- Grants will fund project and living expenses for an 8-12 month period.
- Students apply to a specific country for a specific proposal. You may only apply to one country only.
Language requirements: varies by country
Registration: June 14, 2013 (submit campus registration form to right)
Draft: August 1, 2013
On-Campus submission: September 12, 2013
Final submission: October (TBA), 2013
Campus Fulbright Program Advisor (FPA)
Joanna Dickert- firstname.lastname@example.org