Through its variety of grants, the Fulbright program offers students the opportunity to work, study, and live in another country for up to one year after graduation in one of the over 140 Fulbright partner countries.
A Fulbright can be a great way to begin graduate study, continue research, or pursue a meaningful gap year experience. Students pursuing a Fulbright must have completed their undergraduate degree by the start of the Fulbright grant period and select one of the opportunities listed below:
English Teaching Assistantship: Teach English to students ranging in age from pre-k to college while engaging with the local community.
Open Study: Pursue a master’s degree in one of the many available one-year degree programs, including through a number of field-specific grants.
Open Research: Propose a year-long research project on the topic of your choice in any of the Fulbright countries or pursue one of the field-specific grants in the Arts, Business, or STEM fields.
To learn more about the Fulbright program and the unique opportunities it provides, attend our upcoming info session on March 22nd in Maybank Room 103, from 3-4 PM.
Click here to RSVP for the event. If you cannot attend or have further questions, please contact the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards at firstname.lastname@example.org.