Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships (ETA)
Post UG, or Graduate
Field of Study:
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or Arts & Humanities, or Social Sci., Business, Law, Education
Please check website below for the specific date.
This program has an internal July 1, 2013 pre-application deadline. Submit completed forms to the Drexel Fellowships Office (109 Disque Hall or email@example.com) to fully benefit from the assistance of the DFO.
This allows us to help you prepare your strongest possible application, but it does not commit you to the application nor is it absolutely required in order to apply.
2014-15 Fulbright early interest application [PDF]
Fulbright's English Teaching Assistantships offer opportunities for students to work up to 20 hours per week in an English language classroom, under the supervision of a classroom teacher. Like all Fulbrights, the ETA is about fostering mutual understanding between the US and the host nations. Students apply to an individual country's ETA program, but do not get to choose where in the country they are placed. ETA's generally have a project that they do alongside their classroom responsibilities, though teaching and understanding should be the students' main purpose.
Students interested in the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) should contact Cindy Schaarschmidt (215.571.3818, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Visit the Fulbright ETA site.
Fulbright ETA Information Session, March 2011
Amount: Varies by country. Covers all project costs and modest living expenses.
Duration: 9-12 months
Location: ca. 70 countries
2009 Fulbright ETA winner Amanda McArthur discusses her experiences in Bulgaria. Watch or Download the video.