Deputy Chief of Mission Hosts Newly Arrived Fulbright Fellows from the United States

Deputy Chief of Mission hosts newly arrived fulbright fellows from the United States

On September 25 at his residence in Warsaw, Deputy Chief of Mission Bix Aliu hosted 27 newly arrived Fulbright Scholars from the United States who will spend the next academic year in different cities across Poland.  In total, 43 of these U.S. scholars will teach and conduct research at Polish universities throughout the complete 2019-20 academic year.  The 27 scholars who have just arrived in Poland will be based at universities in Warszawa, Kraków, Gdańsk, Poznań, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Wrocław, Białystok, Łomża, Łódź, Opole, Chełm, Toruń and Rzeszów.  They will conduct research and scientific programs in such fields as art, bioengineering, public health, literature, music and many other areas.  Their profiles can be viewed on the Fulbright Commission: If you would like to invite them to your school please follow the procedures described on this website:

On an annual basis, the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission awards approximately 110 Fulbright fellowships, roughly 60 of which go to Polish scholars and 50 to American scholars and English Teaching Assistants.  In Poland, Fulbright scholarships are addressed to researchers and students who want to pursue master or doctoral studies in the USA.  You can find more information about scholarships available to US students and scholars here:

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This year the Fulbright program in Poland is celebrating its 60th year of operations.  Happy birthday, Fulbright Polska!