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Dollars & Sense Presentation: Fulbright U.S. Student Program

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This introductory workshop is for prospective graduate & graduate alumni applicants to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program — the U.S. government's flagship international education and cultural exchange program, sponsored by the Department of State.

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program (FUSP) offers funded research, study, and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to U.S. citizens. Graduate students and graduate alumni from all academic and creative & performing arts fields may apply for Fulbright Study/Research awards, which provide grants for individually designed research/creative projects, or English Teaching Assistant (ETA) awards, through which grantees are placed in schools overseas to supplement local English language instruction.

Attend this presentation to learn about this year’s competition for the 2025-2026 awards, including eligibility requirements, the campus deadline, and the application process for TXST graduate students and graduate alumni.

During the presentation, attendees will hear from TXST Fulbright Semi-Finalists and Finalists about their experiences with the Fulbright application process and their recommendations for success.

All graduate students and graduate alumni must attend a FUSP presentation to be eligible to schedule one-on-one advising meetings with the graduate Fulbright Program Advisers.

Undergraduate students and undergraduate alumni should contact Dr. Lisa Haegele, the Fulbright Program Adviser for undergraduate-level applicants.

60 minutes
The Graduate College
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