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  1. Fulbright Specialist Program - Eligibility & Application

    The Fulbright Specialist Program sends U.S. faculty and professionals to serve as short-term experts at academic and other institutions abroad. They assist host institutions, including universities, non-governmental organizations, think tanks, and other institutions for a period of 2 to 6 weeks with curriculum improvement, faculty development, institutional planning and related issues in a wide range of fields including agriculture, economics, education, and public health, among others.

  2. Fulbright in a Connected World

    State Department's Senior Advisor for Innovation, Suzanne Philion; Tom Rielly, Fellows Director, TED; Josephine Dorado, New School / funksoup.com; Ross Hoffman, Twitter; and Joran Bitterman, Senior VP, Digitas

    Fulbright in a Connected World is a panel discussion on the Fulbright Program's future in social media.

  3. Travel & Living Arrangements

    Before you go, make sure you research the local conditions, laws, and political landscape of your host country.
  4. Hosting & Volunteer Opportunities

    Hosting a State Department-sponsored student means sharing your home, your country and your culture with a student from another country. Learn about this great opportunity!
  5. NSLI-Y, Language Learning with U.S. State Department

    Lena learned Turkish and learned about a very different culture as a participant in the NSLI-Y program

    The NSLI-Y Program is a program that helps American students study abroad to learn foreign languages that are deemed critical by the U.S. government.

  6. Study Abroad, Make a Difference

    Study Abroad, Make a Difference

    National Security Language Initiative for Youth alumni talk about their exchange experiences.