The Best and the Fulbrightest

Researching sustainable fishing policies in Norway; studying cultural and social barriers to primary health care in Bangladesh; empowering students through language in Taiwan; developing trans-boundary peace parks in Uganda. Pace students are being awarded Fulbright fellowships to study all over the world. And you can be one of them!


Since 2002, 30 outstanding Pace graduates have earned Fulbright Awards and have taught or conducted research in Asia, Europe, North America, South America, and Africa. This amazing opportunity is guaranteed to create memories and opportunities that will be with you for a lifetime.

Sponsored by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the U.S. Student Fulbright Scholarship Program offers fully funded opportunities worldwide to:

  • conduct individual research or artistic projects;
  • study at a foreign university, or;
  • teach English at multiple levels.

Interested? Get a jump start on your Fulbright application! To learn more, you should plan to attend an upcoming  Fulbright workshop. The workshops, being held on March 29 in NYC and March 31 in PLV, are designed to help you become familiar with the Fulbright Program and application process, which has an early fall 2011 deadline. You must be a graduating student or have graduated by May 2012 to apply.

Fulbright advisors will be on hand to answer questions, share helpful tips, and provide you with all the information you need so that you can begin your application now and over the summer! RSVP for an information session today!