The 2016-17 program will provide grants to approximately 1,900 U.S. students for projects in over 140 countries. Types of grants:
Academic grant - a self-designed program that may include coursework at a foreign university, independent field/library research, or any combination of these.
Arts grant – a self-designed program to train in the creative or performing arts, usually via classes at an art or music school, training with a professional, or a combination.
English Teaching Assistantship – a placement as an assistant to an English teacher at the primary, secondary, or university level. Placement is typically part-time and an additional independent project is expected.
To apply for this program through UM-Ann Arbor, applicants must:
be U-M students, alumni, or staff;
be U.S. citizens;
have completed an undergraduate degree by the beginning of the award; and
demonstrate the language skills necessary to complete the proposed project.
Enrolled students are required to apply through U-M.
•Thursday, March 5 (Special Presentation by Amre Metwally, former Fulbright English Teaching Assistant to Turkey) • Friday, March 13 • Wednesday, March 18
Laptops are welcome and encouraged. Sessions are held from 12pm-1pm in 1644 School of Social Work Bldg.