Feb 13 2017
Some of the Fulbright travel grantees just returned from the U.S.: Merle van Berkum (20), a linguistics student from the University of Bonn who spent the fall term at the University of Florida in Gainesville, sums up five things she learned during her first month in the U.S:
Merle explains what that means on her travel blog merlesscrapbook.
The Fulbright travel grant supports German students, who participate in a bilateral exchange program between their German home institution and a U.S. partner institution. It offers 2000 Euro towards international travel, visa fees and health insurance as well an orientation meeting with access to the Fulbright Network.
The program is advertised annually with an application deadline in Mid-January. Scholarships are available for a four to nine months long stay in the U.S. as a full time student beginning with the fall term.
Please refer to our website for further information on the Fulbright travel grant.