Wednesday, 9 February 2011

News: Fulbright Commission Awards

If you're interested in postgraduate study in the USA, the Fulbright Commission has just opened applications for the UK Fulbright Awards for 2012-13. More information is available on their website, but in the meantime here are some snippets that might be useful:
Information Session on Your Campus

Join the Fulbright advising team for an information session on "Postgraduate Study in the USA" on your campus. This talk will cover the benefits of postgraduate study in the USA and provide an overview of the application process and funding options, including the Fulbright scholarships. Check to see if we are visiting your university on our online calendar.

USA Grad School Day
9 March 2011
6 - 9 pm
London (American School in London, St John's Wood)

For more in-depth information, attend our USA Grad School Day workshop. This event provides students with an insider's view of how to successfully navigate the US postgraduate admissions process. Fulbright advisors and experts in the field will cover a variety of topics: choosing the right institution, admissions exams, the application components and funding opportunities, including the Fulbright Awards for 2012-13.

For more information and to register, go here.
Unable to attend? Students can email to receive information about a possible webinar in early May.

Fulbright Scholarships for 2012-13
Application Available: 1 February 2011
Deadline: 31 May 2011

The Fulbright Awards are tenable for postgraduate study or research in any academic field, at any accredited institution in the US. Approximately 50 scholarships are given to UK citizens each year, including 20-30 at the postgraduate level. Visit the awards section of our website for more information:  (Non-UK citizens are encouraged to use our advisory service in the UK, but to apply for Fulbright scholarships through the office in their home country.)

Fulbright Advisory Service

Fulbright's advising team is the official source of information on US higher education for the UK. Visit our website for a step-by-step guide to applying to US universities. Students may also contact our advisors via email, phone or in-person at our Resource Library in London.

We look forward to supporting your interest in postgraduate study in the USA and seeing you at an upcoming event!

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