Apply for the Fulbright US Student Program!
Broaden your perspective. Explore a new culture. See the world. Apply by Monday, July 8, in order to be eligible for a Fulbright grant! Lasting approximately one year, you can pursue an English teaching assistantship or study and research projects.
Every year, approximately 1,500 participants travel to more than 130 countries thanks to the Fulbright program. This incredible, one-of-a-kind opportunity facilitates cultural exchange and mutual understanding—and you’re encouraged to apply!
The Fulbright US Student Program provides grants for English teaching assistantships or for individually designed study and research projects worldwide for approximately one year. Participants pursue graduate or professional study, advanced research, or English teaching at elementary and secondary schools or universities. If you’re interested in applying, the requirements are as follows:
- >> You must be a US citizen.
- >> You must have a conferred bachelor’s degree or an equivalent before the start of the grant. Rising seniors, graduating students (both undergraduate and graduate), and alumni are eligible to apply!
Please contact Jenny Irwin by Monday, July 8, 2019, in order to begin this exciting process.
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