International Education Week: A Splendid Time to Consider the Fulbright Scholarship Program!

Since its founding in 1946 by United States Senator J. William Fulbright, the Fulbright Program has become one of the most widely recognized and prestigious scholarships in the world.  In the history of program, 59 Fulbright fellows from around the world went on to win the Nobel Prize while 37 others became heads of state.  This year from Poland, 58 scientists, students and doctoral students received Fulbright scholarships to carry out their research projects and participate in educational programs at the best universities in the United States.  From Seattle to Boston, young and talented Polish academics and researchers are pursuing their dreams, and while doing so they will further build and deepen the people-to-people ties that lie at the heart of the special relationship between Poland and the United States.  The U.S. Embassy congratulates Poland’s 58 newest Fulbright fellows and wish them all the best of luck!

The Embassy would like to remind those interested in the Fulbright Program that the chance of a lifetime with Fulbright Polska will take place during the next recruitment cycle, which will start in February 2019.  You can find out more information here: