Fulbright Information Session & Networking

Event Date
Uptown Campus
Room #203 (Stibbs Conference Room)
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For the third time in the past five years, Tulane University has been recognized as one of the top producers of scholars in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, the government’s flagship international educational exchange program. Fulbright is among the largest and most diverse exchange programs in the world.  Since its inception in 1946, more than 400,000 participants from all backgrounds and fields – including recent university graduates, teachers, scientists, researchers, artists, and others, from the United States and over 160 other countries – have participated in the Fulbright Program.

Join this (early-bird) info session in order to learn more about: 

  1. Overview of the different Fulbright Programs & Eligibility criteria for applicants.
  2. Discussion of the benefits provided by the Fulbright program, in addition to cultural exchange and networking opportunities
  3. Walkthrough of the application process, including important deadlines and required materials.
  4. Guidance on how to create a competitive application, including tips on writing a strong proposal and obtaining strong letters of recommendations.
  5. Interview and Selection Process.
  6. Alumni Experiences: Insights into how a Fulbright experience can impact one's academic and professional life.
  7. Q&A Session.

To learn more, join this info session sponsored by the Office of Fellowship Advising, Fulbright Association, and Tulane Global.