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Fulbright US Student Program Workshop Series

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering fellowships abroad for one academic year to graduating college seniors, graduate students, young professionals, scientists and artists.

The workshop series for the Fulbright US Student Program is a well-rounded approach to not only learning about the Fulbright US Student Program but also how to craft a competitive application.

Attendance at one of each of the sessions in the series during the fall or spring semester is required for all Fulbright applicants. Workshops are held in the fall and spring semester, with students committing to a Fulbright application by the end of the spring semester of application.

For the fall 2018 semester, the Fulbright US Student Program Workshop Series addresses the following topic:

What is the Fulbright US Student Program and how do I apply?

- Thursday, October 25 at 4pm in MSC 3708
- Thursday, November 15 at 4pm in MSC 3708

For the spring 2019 semester, the Fulbright US Student Program Workshop Series will address the following topics:

What is the Fulbright US Student Program and how do I apply?
-Dates and times of sessions TBD

Your Fulbright Country of Application Connection – The "why" you choose your country of application is just as important as the "how"
-Dates and times of sessions TBD

Dates for this workshop series are on the ONS Calendar.

For more information regarding the Fulbright US Student Program, application procedures and deadlines, please contact USF Fulbright Program Advisor (FPA) Ms. Lauren Chambers at lschumac@honors.usf.edu.