The Fulbright program is designed to “increase mutual understanding between people of the United States and the people of other countries…” Awardees are chosen for their academic merit and leadership potential and earn the opportunity to study and teach in each other’s countries, exchange ideas and develop joint solutions to address shared concerns. Approximately 1000 new grants are awarded annually to U.S. Citizens. Fulbright Grants provide transportation, tuition and maintenance for study abroad for one year. Besides the Fulbright grants for research, there are also Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships available. Over one hundred countries receive Fulbright scholars in all fields of study.
Who can apply: Seniors who wish to study or teach in a country after their graduation
- ASAP: talk with Dr. DaCosta about your application.
- September: Submit completed application online.
- September: On-campus interviews begin.
- October: Fulbright application deadline
Previous Ursinus Recipients
Jason Bennett ’19 (Netherlands)
Ben Allwein ’18 (India)
Kelly Johnson ’17 (Mexico)**
Chris Goss ’15 (Turkey)
Danielle Miller ’13 (Spain)
Martina Dzuna ’11 (Germany)
Ashley Green ’11 (India English Teaching Assistantship)
Zina Habib ’10 (Jordan)
Amber Spurka ’10 (Spain English Teaching Assistantship)
Amy Kiyota ’09 (Japan)*
Ivy McDaniels ’08 (New Zealand)
Joshua Solomon ’08 (Japan)
Jeffrey Teigler ’07 (Germany)
Thomas Malia ’99 (Germany)
*Ms. Kiyota chose to accept the Philly Fellow award in lieu of the Fulbright grant.
**Ms. Johnson chose to accept the Princeton in Latin America award in lieu of the Fulbright grant.