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Fulbright U.S. Student Session - Michigan State University - Shared screen with speaker view
Joy Campbell
18:00
Yes, we're recording it!
David Kujacznski
46:05
Hi Grant & Jenne; quick question. How much choice as to your specific country/city placement did you have? Also, what exactly does the NCE status mean?
Rachel Powell
47:48
For Grant and Joy- For those that are interested in research/study, are you able to work in-country in an area that is related to what you are studying/researching in conjunction to fulfilling Fulbright responsibilities?
Joshua King
49:58
Could one of you explain the 12 months of noncompetitive hiring status eligibility?
Isabel Petrescu
50:45
Is there the possibility to stay and work in the host country past the length of the Fulbright grant?
Kayla Green
55:20
Could you tell us more about language competency needed for a competitive application? How fluent should we be in another country’s language prior to submitting an application?
Alexis Sargent
56:26
Can you elaborate on how you can be flexible in your application? How does this usually look on your app? For ex, are you able to say that you are interested in several research projects on your app?
Jarett Greenstein
57:51
Just to clarify, if someone was graduating in may 2021, would they be applying this summer?
Nate Shallal
57:55
For study grants, are there possibilities to do work outside of your academic program, for example at the embassy, local NGOs etc.
Joshua King
58:10
Can you clarify one of your statements? Are we allowed to accept funding outside of Fulbright?
Jenne Nurse
59:37
Language requirements vary from country to country. This information is posted on the website.
Joy Campbell
01:02:45
Jarrett, yes, you would be applying in this round for travel in fall 2021. It's a looooong process.
Joy Campbell
01:03:33
Joshua, if you have other grants or scholarships, you need to disclose them because they may affect your Fulbright funding amounts.
Katarina Mansour
01:04:02
can you briefly discuss opportunities for medical students? particularly with working and conducting research with the NIH?
Joshua King
01:08:58
Joy, does this application step with MSU also include recent graduates?
Emma Dodd
01:11:28
How many students from MSU applied for a Fulbright last year?
Emma Dodd
01:12:49
Will we be covering the National Geographic Storytelling Fellowship? If not, is there another webinar or contact I could be connected with? Thanks!
Grant Stream-Gonzalez
01:15:34
Hello Emma, we will be hosting a general webinar about the NatGeo opportunity later this summer. Please check our website for updates.
Emma Dodd
01:15:52
Thank you Grant!
Aaron Applebey
01:21:39
Is it possible or encouraged to apply to multiple grants? I’m an artist with interests in various countries and programs.
Clare Sutka
01:24:09
If you want to go on a study grant at a university abroad, can you apply to full bright during the same you are applying to a university?
Alexis Sargent
01:24:38
If you cannot apply to multiple grants, how then are you supposed to show that you are “flexible” in your application as it was discussed earlier in the presentation?
Christina Igl
01:27:59
Thanks, Joy!
Isabel Petrescu
01:29:16
Thank you Grant!
Alexis Sargent
01:29:44
This may be too specific, but is there a Fulbright program for study at the Univ of Oxford? On their website, Oxford says they have partnerships with Fulbright but I could not find a master’s program with Oxford on the Fulbright website
Clare Sutka
01:29:49
perfect! Thank you so much! (:
Emily McHarg
01:30:50
Could you talk a little bit about the affiliation letter and how that process works?
Alexis Sargent
01:34:01
Thank you!
Emily McHarg
01:37:03
Thank you!
Dhaval Gandhi
01:38:47
What do the LORs look like for an ETA?
Dhaval Gandhi
01:42:43
Okay, gotcha. Thank you!
Kayla Green
01:43:37
Thank you!
Emma Dodd
01:43:42
Thank you both!