Announcing the Fulbright Application Development Program at NYU

The Fulbright Application Development Program (FADP) at NYU is a series of workshops and information sessions held over the spring semester, which is designed to break down the Fulbright application process into manageable steps for submission in October.
This program is aimed at those who are rising juniors (i.e. graduating Spring 2016).
Program Overview
The FADP is comprised of six one-hour workshops (Research, Proposal Development, Ambassadorial Potential, Framing Experience, Recommendations & The Personal Statement), one webinar (Editing & Vagueness). These sessions will generally be held on Monday evenings between 5.30 and 7.30pm.
Later in the spring, you’ll also be led through creating an online application profile in Embark. In summer, you’ll have a series one-on-one writing consultations along with scheduled appointments (either online or in person) with the Office of National Scholarships at NYU to discuss the development of your application. A detailed description of workshops and dates is available at our Fulbright Application Development Program page:

Before applying, please take the time to read the FADP timetable and FAQ’s: we have covered questions about NYU alumni and attendance. In particular, pay attention to the day and time of sessions and that this program is aimed at rising juniors.
To fill out the application forms
For Fulbright Study Grants, use the following link:
For Fulbright ETA’s, use the following link:

The deadline for applications is February 20, 2015 at 5pm.
If you would like to talk to us more in general about the Fulbright and the FAPD, please come to one of our Friday information lunch sessions (1-2pm):

  • February 3
  • February 17
  • March 3
  • March 17

Please see our Supports Structures page for more information about these sessions and how to register for them. If you can’t make it in person to one of these sessions, keep in mind that we’ll be live Google-chatting and Skyping during these lunch sessions, so you can attend virtually. The Fulbright Website is here:

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