Fulbright Program

Fulbright Program

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April 12, 2016 / 10.00 am

Center for Urban History will host a meeting with Fulbright Program in Ukraine coordinator, students, graduate students and professors. At the meeting, participants will be able to learn about what Fulbright offers, who is eligible, and how to apply for a Fulbright scholarship:

Fulbright Graduate Student Program: includes study in the United States for one to two years to obtain a master's degree. This program is open to students in their 4-6th year of study, graduates of Ukrainian higher educational institutions, and graduate students. Applications accepted through 15 May 2016

Fulbright Scholar Program: includes research in the United States for four to nine months. The program is open to graduate students and Ph. Ds; artists, experts in library science, journalists and lawyers; researchers who have five years of experience but no scientific degree; and post-graduate students or applicants who will receive a scientific degree by September 2016. As part of a joint effort of the Fulbright Program and Kennan Institute (Fulbright-Kennan Program) Researchers in the field of political science and public administration will research problems associated with developing democracy and civil society, the US role in the world and issues of partnership and will undergo internships at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington. Applications due by 15 October 2016

Fulbright Faculty Development Program: students accepted into this program will study in the United States for 6 to 9 months. Teachers and researchers under the age of 40 years, with two years of professional experience who do not have a degree, and young PhDs (within 3 years of defending dissertation) are eligible to apply. Applications accepted until take to 1 November 2016