Fulbright Commission

In 1948, the Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States of America, Belgium, and Luxembourg was established with the goal of increasing mutual understanding through academic exchange between citizens of Belgium and Luxembourg and citizens of the United States. Over the past seven decades, the Fulbright Commission in Brussels has facilitated the academic exchange of thousands of students, researchers, teaching assistants, and professors between the United States of America and Belgium. Today, seventy years after the creation of the program, the Fulbright Commission provides grants for graduate study, pre- and post-doctoral research, foreign language teaching, and university lecturing in the United States. The Commission also runs an EducationUSA Advising Center, which provides free educational resources to students interested in studying in the USA.

Members of BELTA may be interested in...

- Applying for a grant to help fund graduate study in the United States
- Applying for the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program
- Hosting a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant at their school
- Inviting a guest speaker to talk to their students about studying in the USA
- Attending education-focused professional development events.

More information is available on the website of the Fulbright Commission.