Fulbright Webinars

Introduction to Fulbright Study/Research Grants Webinar

In this workshop, we will review the basics of the Fulbright US Student Program and consider a range of projects that students have done with the support of a Fulbright grant. A Drexel Fulbright finalist from prior years will be present to share his/her expertise. 

How to Apply for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Program

As an ETA, you typically work alongside a teacher in an English classroom planning various activities to improve the students' language abilities and knowledge of the United States. The Fulbright ETA is available in about 70 countries.

Finding an International Affiliation

In this workshop on how to find an international affiliation, you will be introduced to various online and University-resources that can help you connect with potential affiliations and learn strategies for initiating and negotiating that relationship.

Fulbright Personal Statement Webinar

The personal statement is an integral part of the Fulbright application. It is designed to give your reviewers a sense of who you are and how you have developed as an individual.  It can be challenging to write, especially when you are faced with the infamous blank page. This workshop will help you get started.

Fulbright Statement of Grant Purpose Webinar

The Statement of Grant Purpose is where you outline what you plan to do during your Fulbright year and why your project is a good fit with the country you are applying to. This workshop will help you understand what to address and equip you with strategies for revision.