Get high-quality Fulbright Essay Feedback

You want feedback on your Fulbright essays from a diverse group of between three and five people. There are four different types of people who can provide particularly valuable feedback which can include people familiar with the Fulbright program like your FPA, people familiar with your host country or topic like professors or colleagues, and people to help with the personal statement and writing like mentors, advisors, and friends.


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Lauren Valdez
Case Study: Fulbright Research Using the Photovoice Participatory Research Methodology

Photovoice is a qualitative community-based participatory action research methodology that uses photographs to elicit perceptions and lived experiences of a population. Learn how a nurse used Photovoice methods for her Fulbright research to learn about eating habits in Bangalore, India.

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How to find, contact, and secure a Fulbright host affiliation

Finding a strong Fulbright host affiliation is a critical component of the Fulbright application process. A strong Affiliation Letter can be key to securing an award. If you don’t have a large network in the host country, finding an affiliation can be one of the most challenging parts of the application. It can be daunting: choosing whom to contact, knowing what to say, and anxiously waiting for a response.

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Apply to a Fulbright Again: How to Reapply for a Fulbright

If you applied for the Fulbright US Student Program previously but were unsuccessful, this post could help you improve your chances on a second Fulbright application.

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What to do while waiting for the Fulbright

Don’t put your life on hold while waiting to hear back from the Fulbright! Here’s our best advice on what to do while you wait to hear back on the decision, and then if selected what you should do while waiting to depart for your host country.

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Lauren Valdez