In this session, I would like to share what I had faced when I was taking a part as one of Fulbright scholars candidate. I call this session as Pre-Fulbright Experiences. Please follow all steps that I have written and shared for you in the following items. There are eighteen topics that I have divided. Please ask me any question that you feel important for you to know. However, all my answers are based on my experience and it does not guarantee that you will be accepted into the program. The point of why I want to write here is to make you more ready so that you know a bit of things that you should know. These topics are written in the form of “I”, that means personal, to invite you to my perspective as an applicant and as a scholar.
I have divided this session into the following parts (Please click the link provided below):
- Fulbright: Learning from Experiences – the Failures
- Fulbright: Willingness to Try and Try again
- Fulbright: The Bright News from AMINEF, Fulbright Scholarship
- Fulbright: Starting to Dream for Studying in the United States
- Fulbright: The First Stage (Applying for the Fulbright scholarship)
- Fulbright: The Second Stage (Facing the Interview)
- Fulbright: The Third Stage (Attending the Qualifying Exams – Standardized Tests)
- Fulbright: The Importance of Social Networking during the Selection Process
- Fulbright: IIE, Submission Plan, and Waiting Time
- Fulbright: Rejected and Accepted by the University
- Fulbright: Gaining the Letter of Acceptance from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Fulbright Scholar 2011
* The above picture indicates that that would be the logo for your application form when you want to apply for this Fulbright scholarship. Be sure you fill in the application form clearly and concisely so that you could get the chance to be invited for an interview. Good Luck!
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