Please join us for a general information session about the Fulbright US Student Program, the flagship international exchange program of the US State Department. This workshop will introduce the mission of the Fulbright program, the importance of host country engagement, and the four types of Fulbright awards:
- English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Award;
- Study Award for applicants who plan to enroll in a degree-granting graduate program abroad;
- Research Award for applicants who plan to conduct an independent research project abroad;
- Study/Research Award in the Creative and Performing Arts for applicants who plan to enhance their personal artistic or creative practice abroad by conducting independent research or enrolling in a degree-granting graduate program.
The workshop also will provide a comprehensive overview of the eligibility requirements for this award, the overall application timeline, and the next steps for College students who are interested in applying for Fulbright.
All current students in the College are invited to attend.