Would you like to spend a year abroad and dedicated to cultural exchange? Would you like to gain experience as a researcher or teacher? Or would you like to pursue a degree? Come to our last info session to learn about the Fulbright awards: Thursday, April 26, 3-4 p.m in Malone 228
Meeting people, learning a new language, and exploring a country are important parts of the Fulbright year. Students would like to know how other JHU students experienced their Fulbright year are encouraged to take a look at the peer testimonials page https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/fellowships/peer-testimonials/ of the National Fellowships Program/Homewood Student Affairs website.
As an English teaching assistant, applicants could work in one of approximately 75 countries. English Teaching Assistants are often placed in schools and universities outside capital cities. For more information about the English Teaching Assistant Award, take a look at the Fellowships page https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/fellowships/list-of-fellowships/fellowship-details/?entry=jru2v of the National Fellowships Program/Homewood Student Affairs website.
(Fulbright Study/Research grants) [https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/fellowships/list-of-fellowships/fellowship-details/?entry=1hbly] are available to approximately 140 countries. This award is open to current undergraduate and graduate students as well as recent graduates and young professionals.
The Fulbright application cycle, which started this month, is open to current juniors, seniors, and alumni. Students who are interested in applying or learning more about the Fulbright awards should come to Dr. Miller's final information session: Thursday, April 26, 3-4 p.m in Malone 228.
More information on the specific Fulbright fellowships can be found on the National Fellowships Program website https://studentaffairs.jhu.edu/fellowships/fulbright/.