Dec 01, 2017
Three of our current German travel-only grantees take you along their journey in the U.S.
Lukas Eschment, an engineering student of the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, shares his quite amazing view of student life at California State University in Long Beach.
Katharina Lang and Michael Mutzbauer, both swapping the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München for Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia until May 2018, let you in on routines, fun and adventures at „biscuitandbagel“.
Fulbright travel grants are currently advertised for four to nine month-long full-time study in the U.S. beginning with the fall term 2018. The scholarship includes 2000 Euro towards international travel, visa fees and health insurance as well an orientation meeting with access to the Fulbright Network.
German students, who participate in a bilateral exchange program between their German home institution and a U.S. partner institution, are invited to apply by January 15, 2018.