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INFORMATIONAL SESSION
Campus Fulbright Representative
 Dr. Theodore W. Burgh
 College of Arts & Sciences
 Bear Hall #275
 962-7660
 [email protected]
Senator J. William
Fulbright
UNCW Fulbright Faculty
Todd Berliner- film studies (Vietnam)
Teddy Burgh- philosophy and religion (Israel)
Raymond Burt- foreign languages (Austria)
Cara Cilano- English (Belarus)
Kim Cook- sociology (Australia)
Chris Dennis- foreign language (Colombia)
Pamela Evers- accountancy/business law (Malta)
Jane Fox- nursing (El Salvador)
Robert Keating – management (Jamaica)
Diane Levy- sociology (Ukraine)
Barbara Michael- anthropology (Sudan)
Derick Miller- foreign languages (Germany)
Tony Puente- psychology (Argentina)
Nelson Reid – social work (Bahamas)
Dana Sachs- honors (Vietnam)
Barry Salwen- music (Austria)
Lee Schweninger- English (Macedonia)
Carmelo Tomas – biology/marine biology (Italy)
Bill Wadman- economics and finance (Chile)
2013 Student Applicants
Emma Bennett- UK
Nicola Derobertis-Theye- Italy
Jennifer Dotsey- Poland
Emily Marx- Thailand
Mourghan Mencio- Mexico
Casey Milliken- South Africa
Lauren Posey- UK
Elizabeth Stone- Germany
Rosemary Swinehart- Colombia
2012 Student Applicants
Lydia Shippen - Jordan
Keenan Withers - Mauritius
Julia Daugherty - Spain
Austin Cloyed - Brazil
---Is the largest US international exchange program offering opportunities for
students, scholars, and professionals to undertake international graduate study,
research, teaching.
---Was established in 1946 by US Congress to “enable the government of the
US to increase mutual understanding between the people of the US and the
people of other countries.”
---Approximately 318,000 “Fulbrighters,” have participated in the Program since
its inception more than sixty years ago. The Fulbright US Student Program
awards approximately 1,900 new grants annually.
---Currently, the Fulbright Program operates in over 140 countries. Receives
primary funding from Congress to the Department of State. Participating
governments, host institutions, and foreign
countries and the US also contribute through
cost sharing, tuition waivers, housing, and
benefits.
Program Design

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The U.S. Student Program is designed to give
recent B.S./B.A. graduates, master’s and doctoral
candidates, and young professionals, artists and
musicians opportunities for personal
development and international experience.
Most grantees plan their own programs. Projects
may include university coursework, independent
library or field research, classes in a music
conservatory or art school, special projects in the
social or life sciences, or a combination.
Keenan Withers
2013 Mauritius
Major: Psychology/
Pre-Med
Project: Breast
Cancer Research
Basic Requirements
 U. S. Citizen
 Good academic standing
 Completed undergraduate
degree at the time of the
grant
 Application Deadline 20152016: October 2014
Emily Burnette 2002 France
Major: French
Project: Teaching
Assistantship
Types of Grants: Full Grant
Generally, Round-trip transportation;
 Language or orientation courses, where appropriate;
 Full or partial tuition, in some cases;
 Some book and research allowances; maintenance
for the academic year, based on living costs in the
host country;
 Supplemental health and accident insurance.
Fulbright full grants are payable in local currency or
U.S. dollars, depending on the country of
assignment.
Sarah Fann 2010-2011 Marine Biology Australia
Rebecca Hamner 2006-2007 Marine Biology
New Zealand, University of Auckland
Mark Kelly 2002
Norway
Major: Marine
Biology &
Psychology
Project:
Mariculture
research at the
University of
Bergen
Types of Grants: Travel
Travel grants are available only to
Germany, Hungary, or Italy. They are
available to supplement an award from
a source that does not provide funds for
travel or to supplement a student's own
funds for study. Travel grants provide:
• Round-trip transportation to the
country where the student will pursue
studies for an academic year
• Supplemental health and accident
insurance
• The cost of language or orientation
course programs, if available in the host
country.
Evian Patterson 2003
Egypt
Major: Philosophy &
Religion
Project: Arabic Language
& Culture
Types of Grants:
Fulbright mtvU Awards
 Up to four awards will be available to pursue projects around
an aspect of international contemporary or popular music as a
cultural force for expression. Preference will be given to
creative projects that are conveyed in a dynamic fashion and
are accompanied by a feasible plan.
 The 2014-15 Fulbright-mtvU Online Application will open
on November 1, 2013. The deadline for submission of the
Fulbright-mtvU Online Application is February 28, 2014 at
5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
Types of Grants:
English Teaching
Assistantships
Asia (Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kyrgyz Republic,
Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tajikistan,
Thailand, Turkmenistan, Vietnam)
Europe (Andorra, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium,
Bosnia/Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France,
Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Luxembourg,
Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal,
Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine)
Near East and North Africa (Bahrain, Jordan, Morocco, Oman)
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Venezuela)
Sub-Saharan Africa (Rwanda, Kenya, Senegal, South Africa)
Fulbright Business
Opportunities
Australia: One Fulbright-ANU College of Business and Economics postgraduate
scholarship for study in Business or Economics.
Finland: One Fulbright/Lappeenranta University of Technology graduate award is
available for a student in the fields of business or technology.
Mexico: Thirteen Binational Business Internships to enhance knowledge, expertise, and
understanding of post-NAFTA Mexico are available for students interested in combining
coursework in international business or law with an internship at a Mexico-based company
conducting international or legal business.
Netherlands: One NAF/Fulbright Duisenberg School of Finance
Spain: Fulbright/Instituto de Empresa Grants: One award for full-time study in a one-year
International MBA program; One grant for a Master’s in International Management
Fulbright Journalism Grants
Germany: Five Professional Journalism Awards for beginning professional
journalists or recent graduates in journalism or related fields to conduct independent
research and serve as interns or guest journalists at newspapers, publishers or television
and radio stations in Germany. Candidates must submit writing samples.
Spain: Fulbright/Instituto de Empresa Grants: One grant for Masters in Journalism
UK: One Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism for a candidate to pursue the first year of
a graduate-level program in Journalism in the UK. There is a possibility of an
internship with the BBC for the successful candidate. The award is open to candidates
at all degree levels.
UK Summer Institutes
 Undergraduates (over 18), with at least two years of
undergraduate study left
 Three, four, five or six week academic and cultural
summer program.
 Explorations of the culture, heritage and history of
the UK
 includes airfare, tuition and fees at the host
university/institution, room and board and in some
cases a small daily allowance
 Application Deadline: March 2014
Fulbright Critical Language
Enhancement Award
 The Critical Language Enhancement Award provides an
opportunity for Fulbright U.S. Student Program grantees to receive
three to six months of intensive language study in addition to their
research or study grants. The award provides a monthly living
stipend and tuition reimbursement for grantees to pursue language
training in the host country.
 Eligible Languages:
Arabic (all dialects), Bahasa Indonesia, Bangla/Bengali, Chinese
(Mandarin only), Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Russian, and
Urdu.
 Eligible Countries:
China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Morocco, Russia
Factors Affecting Selection I
Teresa Krebs 1998
Korea
Major: French
& Spanish
Project: Teaching
Assistantship
---Extent to which the candidate and the
project will help to advance the program
aim of promoting mutual understanding
among nations.
---Ability of the supervising agencies
abroad to arrange supervision.
---Requirements of programs in individual
countries. In many countries, only
advanced degree candidates may apply,
and in some countries, certain fields of
study are closed.
Factors Affecting Selection II
---Ratio between the number of awards offered in
a given country and the number of applications
received. Therefore, if your project can be
accomplished in a less competitive country, your
chances for success in the competition will be
enhanced by applying in the less stringent
country competition.
Julian Boyce 2001
Germany
Major: Computer Science
Project: Study at the
Technical University in
Munich
---Desirability of achieving wide institutional and
geographic distribution.
---Other qualifications being equal, veterans
receive preference.
“Fulbrighters” by State 2010-2011
Kemp Burdette 2003
Canada
Major: Geology
& History
Project: Maritime History
of Newfoundland
Comparative Statistics
Applications
2012/2013
Grants
2012/2013
Grants
Available
2013/2014
Award to
Application %
2012/2013
Australia
Greece
France
125
22
174
8
6
20
14 (+/-)
10 (+/-)
24 (+/-)
6.4%
27.2%
11.5%
Mexico
111
40
42 (+/-)
36%
Brazil
120
30
31(+/-)
25%
UK
685
32
46 (+/-)
4.7%
Country
Applications / Awards
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014 (projected)
Australia
128 / 12
125 / 8
117 / 11
21 / 4
24 / 7
23 / 4
174 / 47
164 / 55
130 / 60
Fiji
7/2
2/0
8/*
Hong Kong
19 / 2
21 / 1
9/2
Indonesia
44 / 12
45 / 10
53 / 20
Japan
114 / 21
112 / 23
82 / 22
Kiribati
0 /0
0 /0
1/*
Laos
10 / 2
4/2
4/2
Macau
1/0
1/0
0/*
Malaysia
12 / 2
11 / 5
18 / 5
Mongolia
20 / 3
12 / 3
13 / 8
Nauru
0/0
0/0
0/*
80 / 10
74 / 10
96 / 10
5/1
2/1
1/*
Philippines
29 / 11
33 / 9
18 / 8
Singapore
22 / 3
21 / 3
30 / 7
South Korea
42 / 24
49 / 22
46 / 25
Taiwan
45 / 11
36 / 5
27 / 10
Thailand
35 / 5
34 / 4
22 / 4
Tonga
2/1
3/1
0/*
Tuvalu
0/0
0/0
1/*
Vanuatu
3/1
2/0
4/*
Vietnam
27 / 8
22 / 5
24 / 7
Cambodia
China
East
Asia/
Pacific
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Applications / Awards
Eastern
Europe
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014¹
Albania
11 / 3
10 / 4
6/2
Bosnia & Herzegovina
0/0
0/0
6/1
Bulgaria
19 / 4
6/4
7/5
Croatia
14 / 5
7/4
17 / 3
Czech Republic
21 / 3
16 / 8
15 / 4
Estonia
15 / 4
12 / 3
11 / 3
Hungary
19 / 7
27 / 7
20 / 11
Kosovo
2/2
3/2
5/1
Latvia
8/2
11 / 2
6/4
Lithuania
6/3
6/2
8/3
Macedonia
5/2
6/3
1/2
Montenegro
4/1
0/0
0/*
29 / 15
28 / 18
25 / 15
Romania
10 / 2
10 / 4
16 / 5
Serbia
8/2
8/2
7/1
Slovak Republic
6/2
6/2
3/2
Slovenia
14 / 4
8/2
6/2
191 / 61
164 / 67
159 / 64
Poland
Regional Totals:
Applications / Awards
Eurasia
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
(projected)
Armenia
9/2
10 / 3
6/2
Azerbaijan
6/3
6/2
2/2
Georgia
11 / 4
9/3
5/2
Moldova
4/3
6/4
1/2
Russia
70 / 14
60 / 14
62 / 15
Ukraine
24 / 10
10 / 8
15 / 10
Regional Totals:
124 / 36
101 / 34
91 / 33
Applications / Awards
Middle
East/
North
Africa
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
(projected)
Bahrain
14 / 2
0/0
5/*
Egypt
59 / 16
79 / 17
64 / 15
Israel
100 / 11
80 / 8
73 / 7
Jordan
49 / 18
69 / 19
63 / 20
Kuwait
5/3
3/2
4/*
52 / 11
53 / 9
56 / 12
Oman
5/3
15 / 4
9/*
Syria
35 / 0
N/A
N/A
Tunisia
1/1
N/A
9/*
United Arab Emirates
13 / 3
11 / 4
14 / *
333 / 68
310 / 63
297 / 54
Morocco
Regional Totals:
Applications / Awards
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014¹
26 / 7
15 / 7
17 / *
243 / 58
230 / 66
211 / 50
Kazakhstan
10 / 6
11 / 5
9/*
Kyrgyzstan
9/2
15 / 5
10 / *
Nepal
62 / 6
32 / 7
29 / 6
Sri Lanka
13 / 4
11 / 6
13 / 4
Tajikistan
12 / 3
10 / 1
7/*
Uzbekistan
7/0
2/0
4/*
382 / 86
326 / 97
300 / 60
Bangladesh
India
South/
Central
Asia
Regional Totals:
Applications / Awards
Country
SubSaharan
Africa
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014 (proj)
Benin
3/1
5/2
6/*
Botswana
13 / 5
10 / 2
9/*
Burkina Faso
5/1
4/2
5/*
Cameroon
10 / 2
9/3
3/*
Congo (DRCKinshasa)
1/0
2/1
4/*
Ethiopia
17 / 3
26 / 5
18 / *
Ghana
62 / 2
64 / 4
55 / *
Kenya
61 / 3
62 / 5
64 / *
Malawi
22 / 4
24 / 4
18 / *
Mauritius
8/2
7/2
10 / *
Mozambique
12 / 2
9/1
4/*
Namibia
18 / 2
10 / 2
14 / *
Nigeria
21 / 1
15 / 3
20 / *
Rwanda
13 / 2
14 / 3
16 / *
Senegal
37 / 2
35 / 3
26 / *
Sierra Leone
7/1
9/1
5/*
South Africa
123 / 10
109 / 10
123 / *
Swaziland
4/1
4/0
5/*
Tanzania
47 / 4
47 / 5
32 / *
Togo
1/1
2/1
3/*
Uganda
38 / 3
39 / 4
30 / *
Zambia
8/2
13 / 2
13 / *
Note: Only countries with 3 or more awards available included due to space limitations
Regional Totals:
555 / 58
538 / 66
489 / *
Country
Western
Europe
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014 (proj)
Austria
40 / 15
52 / 14
40 / 24
Belgium
23 / 5
29 / 2
27 / 3
Cyprus
3/2
17 / 4
9/2
Denmark
42 / 8
42 / 7
45 / 5
European Union
25 / 3
20 / 4
20 / 11
Finland
36 / 12
43 / 10
42 / 19
France
199 / 23
174 / 20
189 / 24
Germany
339 / 79
348 / 81
303 / 80
Greece
29 / 5
22 / 6
24 / 10
Iceland
37 / 6
39 / 6
36 / 6
Ireland
70 / 2
63 / 4
82 / 3
167 / 18
156 / 15
112 / 16
Luxembourg
3/1
6/1
6/2
Malta
N/A
2/0
N/A
Netherlands
117 / 13
92 / 13
90 / 16
Norway
62 / 16
63 / 16
61 / 15
Portugal
20 / 2
13 / 3
14 / 3
Spain
154 / 28
143 / 25
112 / 30
Sweden
83 / 10
91 / 10
45 / 10
Switzerland
49 / 13
45 / 14
51 / 12
Turkey
52 / 10
48 / 9
62 / 10
United Kingdom
607 / 37
685 / 32
706 / 46
Regional Totals:
2,157 / 308
2,193 / 296
2,076 / 616
Italy
Applications / Awards
Western
Hemisphere
Country
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014¹
Argentina
80 / 9
60 / 7
56 / 8
Barbados
8/3
11 / 1
7/*
Bolivia
7/0
10 / 0
18 / 3
Brazil
115 / 30
102 / 30
123 / 31
Canada
85 / 16
87 / 14
97 / 22
Chile
34 / 11
57 / 13
41 / 13
Colombia
43 / 7
38 / 7
49 / 6
Costa Rica
23 / 4
28 / 2
19 / *
Dominica
2/1
1/1
1/*
Dominican Republic
17 / 2
18 / 3
16 / *
Ecuador
51 / 10
39 / 8
35 / 7
El Salvador
14 / 4
14 / 4
9/*
Guatemala
31 / 3
22 / 3
30 / *
Honduras
15 / 4
15 / 4
11 / *
Jamaica
19 / 4
19 / 3
13 / *
Mexico
154 / 41
111 / 40
142 / 42
Nicaragua
27 / 3
21 / 4
18 / *
Panama
16 / 3
14 / 2
16 / *
Paraguay
5/2
2/1
4/1
Peru
78 / 8
110 / 6
76 / 7
Trinidad & Tobago
26 / 3
6/3
9/*
Uruguay
10 / 4
10 / 3
10 / 2
Venezuela
10 / 1
6/0
3/2
871 / 173
801 / 159
803 / 144
Regional Totals:
Regional Competitions
Region
2011/12
2012/13
2013-2014
2013/2014
Applicant to
Award
Applicant to
Award
Applicant to
Award (projected)
Percent applicant to
award (projected)
Western
Hemisphere
871/173
801/159
803/144
18% (approx.)
Western
Europe
2157/308
2193/296
2076/616
30%
East Asia/
Pacific
840/182
798/175
727/206
28%
South/Cent.
Asia
382/86
326/97
300/60
20%
Africa
555/58
538/66
489/*
12% (2012/13)
(Sub/Saharan)
* No specific number of awards designated for this region
Countries with programs in English
Australia
Lithuania
Bangladesh
Botswana
Canada
Cyprus
European Union
Ghana
Hong Kong
Ireland
India
Jamaica
Kenya
Korea
Swaziland
Malawi
Malaysia
Mauritius
Namibia
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
South Africa
Tanzania
Thailand
Trinidad & Tobago
Turkey
Uganda
United Kingdom
Zambia
Zimbabwe
What’s Next?
If you are interested, you apply for the scholarship in your junior
(or senior) year. There will be a workshop in April for those
applying for the next round of scholarships
In the meantime, it is imperative that you begin the following:
 Decide which country you wish to study in
 Undertake language study (the scholarship expects you to have
the ability to participate fully as a student in that country)
 Establish contacts with professors here (for reference letters and
advice)
 Learn as much as you can about the country you have chosen
(following international news, history, culture, etc)

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