The Fulbright Teaching Exchange Program offers a variety of options for K-12 educators from the United States. and from primary and secondary schools in participating countries and territories.
The Fulbright Teacher Exchange values applicants from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and school types. Fulbright Teacher Exchange participants prepare students with the skills to successfully engage with the world by bringing a global perspective to U.S. schools.
Each year we send nearly 120 educators from across the United States to participate in overseas programs ranging from two weeks to six months. Recognized educators have a variety of teaching experience in public, private, and charter schools.
Applications closed: February 19, 2024
Value and duration of the award: The Teaching Excellence and Academic Achievement program is fully funded pending the availability of funding.
Eligible Countries: every country
feature: Details for this program may vary by country. Applicants must generally meet the following criteria:
- Current full-time secondary teachers in institutions that primarily serve the local population.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent;
- Five or more years of classroom experience as an English teacher English as a Foreign Language (EFL), Mathematics, Science or Social Studies including special education teachers in those subjects
- Proficient in written and spoken English with a TOEFL score of 450 on the paper-based TOEFL or equivalent English language test**
- Demonstrate a commitment to continue teaching after completion of the course; and
- Complete application
Secondary teachers include both middle and high school teachers who work with students approximately between the ages of 12 and 18. Teachers responsible for teaching additional grades must teach more than 50% of middle school or high school students. Working hours will be eligible for the program.
How to use: Interested persons should click on “Apply for this scholarship.” below