Drexel University Rep Connects with Romanian Students in Bucharest

Drexel University representative Amanda Anderson (Director of International Admissions) was back in Bucharest this past week to connect with Romanian high school students. The Fulbright Educational Advising Center-EducationUSA team was happy to meet her again and assist her in her outreach efforts.

On September 25, our guest delivered an engaging in-center presentation on study opportunities at Drexel University. The attendees, mainly high school students, had a chance to learn more about Drexel’s rich academic offering, with its unique emphasis on experiential learning, the admission process and the generous financial aid available for highly competitive applicants, via the Drexel Global Scholar program. We were happy to learn that Romanians are well-represented among the DGS finalists.

We also accompanied our guest to three of the finest high schools in Bucharest - “Tudor Vianu” National College of Computer Science, “I. L. Caragiale” National College and “Gheorghe Şincai” National College -, where an average 200 students (mainly 10th and 11th graders) gathered to hear the presentations, eager to learn more about the Drexel community and the path to studying at this prestigious U.S. school.

We took the opportunity to tell participants a few words about the resources awaiting them at FEAC-EducationUSA and ways we can help them in preparing strong applications to undergraduate programs in the U.S.

Stanford & Penn Connect with Undergrads in Romania

On September 20, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center-EducationUSA (FEAC) had the pleasure of introducing two representatives of some of the most prestigious U.S. universities, University of Pennsylvania and Stanford University, to Romanian high school students and the general public. After a public program at the American International School of Bucharest on September 19, Ms. Kiyoe Hashimoto (Deputy Dean of Admission, Stanford University) and Ms. Beth Downing (Senior Associate Dean of Admission, University of Pennsylvania), together with the FEAC advisor, talked to the students of the International Computer High School of Bucharest and delivered a public presentation at American Corner Bucharest. During both events, the students, some of whom were joined by their parents, found out about the liberal arts curriculum at both institutions, the diversity of study paths at the undergraduate level, funding options and the admission timeline, while also having an opportunity to ask questions about various nuances of the admission process and best practices in applying for undergraduate study in the United States.

The 4th Annual Literary Event Featuring Fulbright Poet Tara Skurtu

The 4th Annual Literary Event organized by the National Capital Area Chapter of the Fulbright Association will be featuring poet and Fulbright alumna to Romania Tara Skurtu. The event will take place on October 23, in Washington, DC. Tara will talk about her Fulbright experience and read poetry from her new book The Amoeba Game.

For details and registration, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4th-annual-literary-event-featuring-fulbright-poet-tara-skurtu-tickets-49317433772

Webinar: The Fulbright Senior Award - A Guide to Preparing the Application

The online seminar “The Fulbright Senior Award: A Guide to Preparing the Application” - to take place on Monday, September 24, from 3.00 to 4.00 p.m. - will provide guidance on how to fill out your application, with a main focus on the project statement.

Dr. Teodora Șerban-Oprescu and Dr. Tudor Șelescu, two recent alumni of the Fulbright Senior Program for Visiting Scholars, will join us on this occasion to speak about their own experience concerning the application process. They will also offer suggestions regarding the structure of the project statement. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and ask questions about the Fulbright application steps and the most important qualitative component(s) of the application.

In order to attend you can register by email at office@fulbright.ro.

Discover Graduate Study Opportunities at QS World Grad School Tour in Bucharest

The Romanian – U.S. Fulbright Commission will take part this fall in the QS World Grad School Tour, making a stop in Bucharest on Thursday, September 27, an event which promotes graduate study opportunities in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.

The QS World Grad School Tour will take place at Bucharest’s InterContinental Hotel, between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., and promises to bring together reputed universities from all over the world, offering a wide range of Master’s and PhD programs, in fields such as Business and Management, Finance, Art & Design, International Relations or IT.

You can register for the event here, to get up-to-date information on the participating universities.

Drop by our booth if you want to learn more about graduate study opportunities in the U.S., via the Fulbright program or through independent applications.

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