Reaching out to student populations throughout the country has always been a high priority for Fulbright Greece, and academic year 2019–2020 started out with the best prospects for Fulbright Greece advising team. A number of presentations that required the physical presence of Fulbright advisors were offered on Graduate Studies and the Fulbright Scholarship program in Athens, Ioannina, and Thessaloniki earlier in the year. However, in March 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent lockdown led Fulbright Greece to reassess ways to connect with the public. Fulbright Greece is committed to providing up-to-date information and advising on U.S. Studies and the Fulbright Scholarship Program by offering its services virtually through webinars and online group meetings and presentations. In addition, we are currently sharing other advising activities happening in Europe, where you can join in. Please continue to visit our webpage at www.fulbright.gr and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, as many events are posted on these platforms. We also remain available to address your questions and concerns via email.
Virtual Resources for Students
Did you know you can stay home and still prepare for studying in the U.S.? Take a virtual campus or university tour at https://campus360.org/
Visiting a college in person is the best way to experience its atmosphere, but if your time and money are short, a virtual tour can be an excellent way to explore whether a school would be a great fit for you. http://bit.ly/2BYGVHQ
Have you ever considered getting a degree in Museum Studies in the U.S.? Stay home and check out these virtual tours of renowned museums such as the National Women’s History Museum, NASA, and the National Gallery of Art. https://bit.ly/2UgJ1gt
The Best MOOC Platforms – Reviews.com https://www.reviews.com/jobs-and-education/education/best-mooc-platforms/
Photo Credit:Yiorgis Yerolymbos, Death Valley, California, 2010 (Fulbright Art Supports Education collection)