Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission & EducationUSA at ISD Tulcea & Râmnicu Vâlcea

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and its EducationUSA-affiliated Fulbright Educational Advising Center made two more stops in this year’s spring edition of the International Study Day (ISD) tour, alongside the British Council, Campus France, and DAAD, in Tulcea (April 12) and Râmnicu Vâlcea (April 15). We delivered presentations at “Grigore Moisil” High School and “Spiru Haret” College of Dobrogea (Tulcea), as well as “Matei Basarab” National College of Computer Science and “Mircea cel Bătrân” National College (Râmnicu Vâlcea).
An overall audience of about 200 students attended our presentations, to learn more about study opportunities in the U.S., as well as Europe. We were happy to provide them with information on the American higher education system, the application process, and financial aid, as well as the ways in which FEAC-EducationUSA can help them navigate the process.
The International Study Day project consists of a series of outreach presentations jointly organized by the British Council, Campus France, DAAD, and the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission in various cities throughout the country, targeting the underserved student population.

Fulbright Fellow William Tyner Leads Workshop on Civic Participation

On April 9, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center-EducationUSA had the pleasure of hosting a workshop on civic participation led by William Tyner, Fulbright-National Geographic Fellow, anthropologist and documentary filmmaker. High school students from “I. L. Caragiale” actively and enthusiastically participated in group tasks and discussions centered on topics pertaining to Romanian identity, Romanian history, civic participation and migration. The discussions led by Will Tyner revealed, on the one hand, the insight and open-mindedness of young Romanians vis-a-vis their country’s future and, on the other hand, their wish to see these kinds of discussions continue on a more regular basis.

Fulbright Student Award to the United States 2020-2021

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 Fulbright Student Award competition for master’s study or research in the United States. Applicants can be Romanian graduates - BA, MA or PhD students - from accredited public and private universities. BA students are also invited to apply if they are in their final year of undergraduate study.

The Fulbright Student Award provides: international travel, tuition and university fees within established budget limits, books and supplies allowance, accident/sickness insurance and a living stipend for one academic year.

Second-year costs for the Romanian Fulbright master’s students may be covered depending on funds availability as well as on proof of good academic standing during the first year of study.

The applicants will be selected through open, merit-based competition to participate in quality graduate level programs in any academic field except the clinical ones (i.e. that include patient contact).

Read more: Fulbright Student Award to the United States 2020-2021

Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission & EducationUSA at ISD Brăila

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and the EducationUSA-affiliated Fulbright Educational Advising Center kicked off this year’s spring edition of the International Study Day (ISD) tour, alongside the British Council, Campus France, and DAAD, on April 8 with two presentations in Brăila, at two of the city’s top schools - “Gheorghe Munteanu Murgoci” National College and “Nicolae Iorga” High School.
An audience of about 100 students from both high schools attended our presentations, keen to learn more about study opportunities in the U.S., as well as Europe. We were happy to provide them with information on the American higher education system, the application process, and financial aid, as well as the manifold ways in which FEAC-EducationUSA can help them navigate the process.
The International Study Day project consists of a series of outreach presentations jointly organized by the British Council, Campus France, DAAD, and the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission in various cities throughout the country, targeting the underserved student population.

The 35th Annual Meeting of the Executive Directors of European Fulbright Commissions

From April 3 to 5, the Executive Directors of the European Fulbright Commissions met for their annual conference to share their experiences, compare good practices, and discuss current policy changes and cooperation among commissions and with the U.S. partners. The annual meeting was hosted by the Austrian-American Educational Commission in Salzburg, Austria. The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission was represented by ED Rodica Mihăilă.

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