Fulbright Week



Fulbright Week

Purdue's Fulbright Week will start you on your way to applying for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Fulbright U.S. Student Grants offer a fully funded post-baccalaureate year to study, research, or teach abroad. If you are abroad, please contact us 24 hours before the session at niso@purdue.edu to register for remote participation.

Schedule

Mon. 2/13

HCRS 1066

  6:00PM

Fulbright: Personal Experiences

Join us for food and drink with Purdue Fulbright alumni to hear about their experiences in the program.

Tues. 2/14

STEW 202

  9:00AM

2018-19 Research and Study Grants

  9:45AM

2018-19 English Teaching Assistantship Grants

10:30AM

2018-19 Research and Study Grants

11:15AM

2018-19 English Teaching Assistantship Grants

12:00PM

2018-19 Research and Study Grants

  1:30PM

Research and Study Grants – guidance for graduate students

Wed. 2/15

STEW 202

  8:30AM

2018-19 English Teaching Assistantship Grants

  9:30AM

2018-19 Research and Study Grants

10:30AM

2018-19 English Teaching Assistantship Grants

11:30AM

2018-19 Research and Study Grants

12:30AM

2018-19 English Teaching Assistantship Grants

  1:30PM

Research and Study Grants – guidance for graduate students

Friday 2/17

HCRS 1054

  8:30AM

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Overview

11:30AM

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Overview



 

Session Descriptions

Fulbright U.S. Student Program - Overview

Basic information for those considering a Fulbright down the line, especially freshmen and sophomores. More specific information for applicants desiring a 2018-19 grant given in Tuesday and Wednesday sessions.

English Teaching Assistant Grants

Excited by the prospect of teaching English to non-native English speakers? English Teaching Assistants also serve as U.S. cultural ambassadors in over 70 countries. Session for applicants aiming to be abroad in 2018-19.

Research and Study Grants - Guidance for Undergraduate students

If you are considering applying to fund independent research or study in a foreign country during 2018-19, this session is for you. Learn the details of the application process and how Fulbright can best meet your needs. Juniors, seniors, recent alumni, and graduate students attend.

Research and Study Grants - Guidance for Graduate students

Current Ph.D. and Master’s students – Figuring out how to research the international piece of your project? Join us to discuss applying for grants to fund independent research abroad during 2018-19. This grant can also fit into a secondary degree from an institution abroad.  If you are unable to attend this session, please join us for any Research and Study Grants session.

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