Career Development

Fulbright Fellows Program

The Fulbright program provides grants for individually designed research grants, The National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, and English Teaching Assistant programs.
 
 
Upcoming Information Session
Tuesday June 14, 2022
6pm
 

Enrolled students: Contact your campus Fulbright Program Adviser (F.P.A.), Erin Treacy, for complete details and information regarding campus deadlines. Alumni may apply “At Large,” or with the MICA enrolled student group, by invitation from the F.P.A.

Fulbright Overview (video)
The Institute of International Education (IIE) Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards full grants to visual artists for international study and independent research in over 140 countries. Applicants should begin the application process during Spring 2022 in order to apply when they return to campus in the fall. This video is led by MICA's Fulbright Program Advisor and Fulbright winner, Erin Treacy.

 

Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements
•Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
• Applicants must hold a B.A. or B.F.A. degree prior to the start date of the grant.
•Applicants must have sufficient proficiency in the written and spoken language of the host country to carry out the proposed project.

Basic Application Requirements

•Affiliation with a host institution or organization in foreign country
•Statement of proposed study or research (1 – 3 pages)
•Personal statement (1 page)
•10 page application packet with short Q & A paragraphs
•High quality work samples of an excellent body of artwork
•Three letters of recommendation

Factors in Selection

•Academic or professional record
•Portfolio work samples
•Language Preparation
•Feasibility of the proposed study project
•Personal qualifications
•Establishment of Affiliation (one or more)
•Ability to meet campus deadlines

Contact MICA Fulbright Program Advisor (F.P.A.)

Erin Treacy

Location

Gateway 1601 W. Mount Royal Avenue 2nd Floor Baltimore, MD 21217-4406