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The US-UK Fulbright Commission
Battersea Power Station
188 Kirtling Street
Fax Number: 020 7498 4023
Email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring us on 020 7498 4010 during normal business hours. (Please do not contact the programmes staff about general study in the US advice or the Sutton Trust US programme. See below.)
Most of our events do not take place at our office. Directions are on the individual event pages for seminars, Grad School Day and College Day. If you are interested in exhibiting at USA College Day, please email Jillian at email@example.com.
Our advisors are happy to help! However, with nearly 9,000 UK students going to the US each year and a team of 3, we encourage you to first take advantage of the extensive advising information in the Study in the USA, internships in the USA, and FAQs sections of this website.
Want more information? Attend one of our upcoming events. Our undergraduate study seminars and USA Grad School Day workshops will give you an in-depth look at applying to American universities. Unable to attend one of our in-person undergraduate or postgraduate study seminars? You can watch recorded webinars of our full seminar events as well as specialised topics.
Still need more help? Visit our FAQs section for further information.
Reach our press contact Jamie Dunn on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit the British Council website for more information.
Email the PA to the Executive Director, Moray Heal: Moray@fulbright.org.uk.
Many thanks for your interest in US study. Please note that with a team of three staff charged with reaching several thousand schools and universities, nearly all of our outreach is aimed at:
As much as we would like to do more outreach, due to limited staff capacity, it is unlikey we will be able to do any individual school visits at this time.
If you would like to inform us of upcoming events that fit the above criteria, please email email@example.com.
We have created resources specifically aimed at teachers and careers advisors at UK schools. Additionally, for schools within the London area, students and advisors are encouraged to attend an undergraduate seminar in London. For students and advisors unable to attend our London-based events, please refer to the study in the USA section of our website and pre-recorded webinars.