Another plug for Fulbright

The deadline for the 2013-14 Fulbright awards is approaching. There are many opportunities available for India and elsewhere in South and Central Asia. Spending an extended period of time in another country is one of the most rewarding things you can do. You’re able to experience the culture in a deeper way than you will ever get on a short trip. It expands your horizons professionally and personally.  The following information comes from an email from the Fulbright program:

How does one get started?

The 2013-14 Catalog of Awards is online at http://catalog.cies.org/. The Catalog contains all the relevant information about the awards offered this year. Information online – overall scope, tips for applying, project statement guidelines, and much more – has been reformulated and can be found on the US Scholar page of our website (http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/).

It is also useful to note that our webinar schedule is online at http://www.cies.org/Webinar/:  These interactive information sessions inform our audience of discipline-, country- and/or program-specific aspects. Upcoming webinars include one about How to Craft a Successful Project Statement on June 27. We archive past webinars, such as those about Fulbright Opportunities in IndiaApplying for Fulbright, and Fulbright Opportunities in South and Central Asia, so you can always access those for more information.

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One thought on “Another plug for Fulbright

  1. Hello Jordan–I found your blog through Vinita at USIEF. My family and I are going to India on a Fulbright and Shillong is one of the places we may end up. Would you be willing to be in email touch with me and/or to share some of your experiences? thank you!

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