Fulbright Information Sessions

Are you interested in spending 9 months or more in a fully paid program in almost any country researching, studying and/or teaching? The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers recent graduates and graduate students the opportunity to research, study and teach in over 140 countries. Created by U.S. Congress in 1946, the goal of the Fulbright Program is to “increase the mutual understanding between people of the U.S. and the people of other countries through exchange”. There are roughly 2,000 annual awards given to students every year. Some countries offer 100+ awards and/or have excellent win percentages (30-100%).

There are two main types of grants: Research/Study Grant and the Grant Teaching Assistantship (ETA).
Research/Study Grant

  • 1,000 awards
  • 8-10 months
  • ~150 countries
  • Independent research, study, or arts projects abroad

English Teaching Assistantship

  • 800 awards
  • 8-10 months
  • ~70 countries
  • Help teach English and U.S. culture in the classroom

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers competitive career benefits including overseas professional and academic experience, language acquisition, prestigious accolades and professional networking during and after the award.

To learn more about Fulbright, attend one of the upcoming Fulbright Fellowship Information Sessions:

Wednesday, April 22nd from 9:00AM – 10:45AM Mountain Time

Friday, May 22nd from 12:00PM – 1:30PM Mountain Time

Register online via Pioneer Careers today! Find more information about the Fulbright Fellowship here.

 

By Ashton Butler
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