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Discussing his new book, highly respected journalist, author and broadcaster Peter Snow will detail Britain’s extraordinary invasion of Washington in 1814.
Since the start of the programme on 3rd August, the IEA 2013 cohort have visited 7 UK institutions and are now heading to Scotland for the last week of the programme.
If you did not receive a place at a UK university, you may be interested in other options such as studying or working abroad.
The US-UK Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce the opening of the 2014-15 Awards’ Programme.
Thank you to all of the participants, universities and staff that helped to make our week at Yale and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Sutton Trust US Programme a success.
We are looking for a Director of Awards, who will report directly to the Executive Director and will be part of the Senior Management Team, supporting the Executive Director in delivering the organisation’s strategic objectives.
In partnership with 11 prestigious UK Universities the US-UK Fulbright Commission will be running a three-week long seminar across the UK allowing international and higher education administrators from the US to familiarise with the UK's higher education system, society and culture.
A group of American students are in Scotland to learn about our culture and identity as part of the first ever Fulbright-Scotland Summer Institute.
2013 Fulbright Scholars and alumni spend a day in the Scottish Highlands with Community Action Day.
The US-UK Fulbright Commission is proud to announce the British Scholars from its 2013-2014 cohort. During this academic cycle, 43 British Scholars will be going on exchange to study, lecture and/or research in the US.
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